KLIA screener held over IS links

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  • Friday, 25 Sep 2015

SINGAPORE: One of the 10 people arrested last month for suspected links to militants is an auxiliary policeman who handled the screening of explosives and dangerous goods at the KL International Airport.

A senior counter-terrorism source, raising concerns over aviation security in the country, said the suspect had been working at KLIA Terminal 1 since 2013.

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