The patrol ship is part of a four-vessel contract approved by former Prime Minister Najib Razak in 2017.
Protesters ring in the new year with a reminder that four of their five demands haven't been met.
The democratic island has been increasingly targeted for influence, spying and misinformation campaigns by neighboring China, according to its security services.
Officials: At least 63 Chinese fishing boats, two coast guard vessels had entered Jakarta’s territorial waters since Dec. 19.
He Jiankui and two colleagues plead guilty to practicing medicine without a license, 'seeking fame and wealth.'
The verdict and sentence are handed down after a secret trial in Chengdu last week.
The prison authorities delay Li Wenzu's monthly visit with her husband until the holiday season.
More than 300 people have been arrested since the start of the holiday on Dec. 24, police figures show.
At least two people have 'disappeared' after expressing support for the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong via social media.
Police also pepper spray, shove journalists covering protests, as angry local residents hurl insults at them.
Police also use a water cannon to break up a group singing protest songs to the tune of popular Christmas carols.
Public spaces are also banned from displaying Christmas decorations and school warned off holding Christmas events.
Pro-democracy protesters also showed solidarity with China's oppressed Uighur minority in Xinjiang.
The report comes as the families of political prisoners raise concerns over their mistreatment in prison.
A short ferry ride away, Hongkongers turn out in protest at the freezing of an account funding legal costs for arrested protesters.
Raid follows similar roundups in September and October targeting cybercrimes.
President Tsai Ing-wen, who is seeking re-election next year, warns that China is the biggest threat to Taiwan's way of life.
Another Guangdong activist who traveled to neighboring Hong Kong to support the protest movement is now in compulsory 'rehab' for up to two years.
Pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong says police likely hacked his smartphone to find evidence against him after he attended a protest in August.
Around a third of the country's population will be over the age of 60 by 2050, official forecasts predict.
Patriotism is substituted for "freedom of thought" in the newly revised charter of Shanghai's prestigious Fudan University.
A recent opinion survey finds that public faith in the rule of law in Hong Kong has fallen since police cracked down on the pro-democracy movement.
Hong Kong officials say Chinese police have the right to detain people on the massive sea bridge connecting the city to the mainland and Macau.
Reports indicate that the Chinese team has been warned that it can't lose to the former British colony, which has seen six months of pro-democracy protests.
The 'disappearance' of actress Fan Bingbing in a tax evasion clampdown had a chilling effect on the industry, an insider says.
His comments come as police face questions over the beating and pepper-spraying of a journalist covering the protests.
Washington and Beijing are competing over the sea but that does mean conflict, Pacific Fleet commander says.
He Linxia was behind the publication of an expose of behind-the-scenes machinations by Mao Zedong later banned from public sale in China.
The Hong Kong protests are fueling calls for the declaration of a Republic of Taiwan.
Question marks still surround the death of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology student Chow Tsz-lok in a fall from a parking garage during a protest last month.