How Malaysia ended up owing US$15 billion to a sultan's heirs
Malaysia has obtained a stay in France pending an appeal – a process that could take years – but the award remains enforceable globally under a UN convention on arbitration.
Malaysia doesn't owe anyone money for Sabah
As Sabah is globally recognised as part of Malaysia, Malaysia is in no way obliged to entertain the claims of the descendants of a lost sovereign.
Address the real issues, Bersatu man throws 8 questions at ex-AG Thomas in Sulu saga
Dr Afif Bahardin says Tommy Thomas failed to address the main concerns in his 'long and turgid response' yesterday.
Under fire, ex-AG Thomas says his offer of compensation to Sulus legally correct
The former attorney-general explains why he offered to resume an annual compensation stopped after the Sulu invasion.
Select committee to start proceedings on Sulu claims
Proceedings will begin on Aug 11.
Debate on Petronas assets seizure could reveal Malaysia's strategy to outsiders, MPs told
Dewan Rakyat Speaker Azhar Harun denies 'running away' from the issue after rejecting a motion for debate.
Ex-AG Thomas' letter the backbone of decision threatening seizure of Malaysia's wealth abroad
Tommy Thomas' regret over non-payments to the Sulus, among others, is repeatedly cited in the 297-point arbitration judgment.
Malaysian assets at risk globally as late Sulu sultan's heirs claim US$15 billion award
Lawyers for the claimants say the ruling remains legally enforceable outside France through the New York Convention, a UN treaty on international arbitration recognised in 170 countries.
Govt gets stay order against US$15 billion award to Sulu sultan's heirs
Law minister Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar says Malaysia is preparing to have the ruling set aside.
Petronas to fight seizure of Luxembourg assets
The state oil firm says the action against it is 'baseless'.