Looking to the police for guidance

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  • Wednesday, 06 Jul 2016

KUALA LUMPUR: Retail and hotel industry players in Klang Valley are lining up to meet with the police on how to boost security following renewed threats by the Islamic State (IS) against Malaysia.

This comes after police confirmed that a grenade attack on a nightclub in Puchong was carried out by IS-linked militants.

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Courts & Crime , Associations , Terrorism , Malls , Hotels


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