Special court to deal with human-trafficking cases soon


PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia will have a special court to deal with human-trafficking cases this year, said Chief Justice Tun Md Raus Sharif (pic).

He said like other special courts in the country, this will start as a pilot project in the Klang Valley, before more courts are set up at other locations.

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