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TAPACHULA, Mexico (Reuters) - Hundreds of migrants stuck in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas on Wednesday protested against the country's immigration policies that have frustrated their efforts to travel to the United States.
JOHOR BARU: “Nude video chat” syndicates are on the prowl, luring men – many of them married – using women as bait, to eventually extort money from them.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Gunmen stormed a hotel in Mexico's central San Luis Potosi state on Tuesday and kidnapped some 20 foreigners believed to be mostly from Haiti and Venezuela, the state's attorney general's office said.
ISKANDAR PUTERI: Think twice before getting naked or doing obscene acts online because a woman you met on social media asks you to do so, as blackmailers have netted more than RM200,000 from the 35 men who have done so since the start of this year.
In just several days of hearings at the Senate, staggering revelations have tumbled out relating to the dubious purchase of 8.7 billion pesos (RM724mil) worth of overpriced face masks, personal protective equipment (PPE), and Covid-19 test kits that senators have said may be tantamount to “premeditated plunder.”
The paper says that profiteering from the pandemic that has caused untold suffering on millions of Filipinos is an utter abomination.
KAJANG: A 39-year-old Bangladeshi man was rescued after he was kidnapped by his fellow countrymen following a raid at a house in Bandar Teknologi Kajang on Thursday (Sept 2).
CARACAS (Reuters) - Soon after rebels from neighboring Colombia arrived in this Venezuelan village, they started choosing students from the local high school to harvest coca, the plant used to make cocaine, the school's principal told Reuters.
Ransomware is a global issue, and the US and other countries are likely to find they can't financially support all victims.
A ransomware attack earlier this month has affected the personal data and clinical information of nearly 73,500 patients of a private eye clinic in Singapore, the third such reported incident in a month.