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Malaysian wife of alleged JI head goes on trial

B>JAKARTA: /B>A Malaysian woman is on trial on charges of using a fake Indonesian identity card and overstaying her three-month visa limit. She faces up to five years in jail if found guilty.

Cops smash triad in Guangdong

POLICE in Guangdong Province, South China, have smashed a leading triad in the city of Qingyuan and rounded up 59 suspects.

Fund-raising hell in Russia

Hard-hit Russian colleges are falling into the clutches of corrupt business, reports DAVID HOLLEY.

Thai cops nab three in credit card scam

Police said yesterday they have arrested three Malaysians who allegedly used fake credit cards to buy gold worth over 1.8 million baht (RM164,300) from two shops in northeastern Thailand.

Additional charge filed against trio

The assistant manager and two others accused of making illegal withdrawals of RM150,000 from the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) were slapped with an additional charge each at the Sessions Court here yesterday.

Four held for robbery and kidnapping

Police have arrested four men who had allegedly abducted a sales engineer and his friend in Cheras and dumped them naked at a plantation in Klang Monday.

Wanna be a VJ?

Looks, talent and personality #8211; Paula Malai Ali has it all. The celebrity VJ talks to HARIATI AZIZAN about her glamorous job.

E-mail hoax fuels

B>HONG KONG: /B>With Hong Kong gripped by panic over SARS, police said yesterday they were investigating an e-mail hoax that claimed the virus had been found in the air filters of the territory's subway trains that carry millions of passengers a day.

HK boy who caused panic to face court summons

B>HONG KONG:/BA 14-year-old boy who had caused panic through a posting on his Internet website on April 1 saying Hong Kong would be declared an infected area in view of the SARS outbreak, will face a court summons, a report said yesterday.

Man with 1,000 fake credit cards held

Police arrested a 30-year-old man and seized 1,000 forged credit cards with a combined credit limit of RM15mil at the KL International Airport on May 2.