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Trapped and traded: The story of exploited Bangladeshi workers

PHOTO ESSAY | Some manage to recoup their migration costs, while others get caught in a cycle of abuse.

by Kaler Kantho & Malaysiakini
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At RM4,000 per head, Bangladeshi workers juicy prey for brokers

SPECIAL REPORT | Undocumented workers pay 'legalisation' fee to brokers, who take advantage of gov't scheme.

by Kaler Kantho & Malaysiakini
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Exposed - 'trade' in Bangladeshi workers, slave-like work conditions

SPECIAL REPORT | Workers are passed from one firm to another, without their knowledge or consent.

by Kaler Kantho & Malaysiakini
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Is the gov’t hiding millions of Malaysia’s poor?

COMMENT | What ‘poverty’ meant in Malaysia in 1970 is not what it means today.

by Martin Ravallion
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History shows gender, sexual diversity not alien to M'sia

FEATURE | Southeast Asia had a rich, queer history that was largely erased due to Western colonialism.

by Sarah Ngu
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Are we talking about race and religion more under 'new' Malaysia? Yes, data shows

SPECIAL REPORT | This is based on Malaysiakini’s analysis of Dewan Rakyat debates and media reports before and after GE14.

by Aidila Razak & Lee Long Hui
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Could a new electoral system make politics more moderate?

SPECIAL REPORT | Aussie academic Benjamin Reilly believes the preferential voting system can compel parties to seek broader support and promote centrism. 

by Wong Kai Hui
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Crisis in the courts: The '88 purge and Lingam tape

INTERACTIVE | Explore two key incidents that raised questions about judicial independence and integrity.

by Malaysiakini Team
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Revisiting the VK Lingam tape

SPECIAL REPORT | With regard to the judiciary’s integrity and independence, has the root of the malaise been addressed?

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Will an RCI finally exorcise the judicial ghosts of '88?

SPECIAL REPORT | Or will hidden phantoms continue to haunt the Palace of Justice?

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Can Latheefa Koya tame the beast?

COMMENT | Perhaps she does not have such a difficult task ahead of her.

by S Thayaparan
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Malaysiakini's GE14 coverage wins Sopa breaking news award

Its 22-hour coverage on the fateful night of May 9 finishes top in the breaking news category.

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Is journalism dead?

COMMENT | The following is the keynote speech at the Hong Kong Journalists Association annual dinner on May 18.

by Steven Gan
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The Bajau Laut families left adrift and stateless

FEATURE | Many are trapped in a vicious cycle of statelessness, passing it from one generation to another.

by Huiyee Chiew
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Bajau Laut: Once sea nomads, now stateless

FEATURE | Due to tightening border controls and a declining catch, the community faces an uncertain future.

by Huiyee Chiew
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Sabah likely to be Umno's biggest hurdle come GE15

If Umno has indeed lost its 'fixed deposit', then getting itself back into power could prove difficult.

by Andrew Ong & Yasmin Ramlan
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