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A-G: Regional treaty needed to fight crime

Events in recent months have made many South-East Asian countries #8220;painfully aware#8221; of the menace of transnational crime, Attorney-General Datuk Abdul Gani Patail said.

New York to send cops here

The New York Police Department (NYPD) is to station its officers in Malaysia and other South-East Asian countries as part of its own international intelligence-gathering network because it cannot depend on US federal agencies like the FBI and CIA to do so.

'Drug dealers using Malaysia as transit point'

Foreigners are using Malaysia as a transit point to smuggle drugs into neighbouring countries, Federal Narcotics department head Deputy Comm Datuk Mamat Talib said.

Two Malaysians part of flesh trade ring, say Indons

Indonesian Ambas-sador to Malaysia Hadi Warayadi Al Hadar has claimed that two Malaysians are part of an international syndicate trafficking in Indonesian women for sex work in Malaysia.

Two Malaysians part of flesh trade ring, say Indons

Indonesian Ambas-sador to Malaysia Hadi Warayadi Al Hadar has claimed that two Malaysians are part of an international syndicate trafficking in Indonesian women for sex work in Malaysia.

Return of the old Asean bogey

Lack of understanding of the Association of South-East Asian Nations (Asean)continues to be a source of foreign friction over its perceived failures.This misunderstanding now seems to be aimed at changing Asean from outside notes BUNN NAGARA.

Sweden 'unable to arrest Aceh rebels'

B>JAKARTA:/BSweden is unable to arrest four Acehnese rebel leaders in exile and send them to face trial on terror charges here because they are Swedish citizens, Stockholm's ambassador to Indonesia said yesterday.

Sweden unable to arrest Aceh rebels, ambassador says

Sweden is unable to arrest four Acehnese rebel leaders in exile and send them to face trial on terror charges in Jakarta because they are Swedish citizens, Stockholm's ambassador to Indonesia said Friday.

Pak Lah: Restricted Residence Enactment to be reviewed to better deal with tontos

The Restricted Residence Enactment 1933 will be reviewed to make it more effective to deal with present-day illegal activities.

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