Man dressed as Joker injures 17 on Tokyo train
Local media reported that the suspect told authorities he 'wanted to kill people so he could be sentenced to death'.
Tokyo bids colourful farewell to ‘historic, fantastic’ Paralympics
It was a Games like no other, postponed a year because of the pandemic and dogged by difficulties and low public support in the build-up.
Long jump athlete bags Malaysia’s third gold medal at Tokyo Paralympics
Abdul Latif Romly clinched the gold medal despite having to forgo his final attempt due to an injury.
Malaysia takes gold in first Paralympic badminton men’s singles
Six-time world champion Cheah Liek Hou beat Indonesia's Anrimusthi Dheva 21-17, 21-15.
Coach says fully responsible for Ziyad’s disqualification
Mohd Faizol Harun also relates the chronology of events that took place that day.
Another Malaysian wins silver at Tokyo Paralympics
Boccia athlete Chew Wei Lun lost the gold to Great Britain's David Smith but defeated Brazil's Jose Carlos Chagas de Oliveira who took bronze.
Powerlifting champion clinches first gold for Malaysia at Tokyo Paralympics
Sarawakian Bonnie Bunyau Gustin also broke the Paralympics record of 227kg by lifting 228kg on his third attempt.
Visually impaired man hit by self-driving bus in Paralympic Village
Several local media outlets named the injured pedestrian as Japanese judo athlete Aramitsu Kitazono.
Tokyo Paralympics open after year’s virus delay
The pared-down ceremony took place in front of around 800 VIPs and officials.
Tokyo knife attacker arrested after injuring 10 on train
He has admitted to the assaults, telling police he had been wanting to kill happy-looking women for years.
Olympic organisers defend virus measures as cases rise
At least 193 athletes, media and Olympic employees and contractors have now tested positive for Covid-19.
Record virus cases in Tokyo as more regions weigh emergency
The spike in cases is likely to increase scrutiny of the Olympic Games, with persistent concerns over whether the event could drive infections.