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The Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) and the Australian Federal Police (AFP) have agreed to work together in combating transnational crimes, especially identity theft that is estimated to cause losses amounting to a whopping US$3 trillion (RM10.9 trillion) annually.
South-East Asia's top crime busters will meet here from today to plot strategies in tackling crimes affecting the region, namely those related to terror, international drug pipelines, human trafficking and money-laundering.
Jewellery and ornament distributor Yikon Corp Bhd said it had sought clarification from customer G-Gold Capital Sdn Bhd in respect of its connection with G-Gold Gallery Sdn Bhd.
DOHA (Reuters) - Gulf Arab countries must boost regional law enforcement to protect their newly launched financial centres, which may be prone to money laundering and terror funding, a top U.N. official said on Monday.
Bank Negara has reminded the public not to be involved in any 'get rich quick'' scheme to avoid losing their hard-earned money.
Former Olympic sprint queen Marion Jones will run her first race in almost a year when she competes against ex-world champion Torri Edwards over 100 metres at Veracruz in Mexico.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Six refugees from North Korea, including women who were trafficked in China, arrived in the United States at the weekend to become the first North Koreans to be given asylum in America, activists said.
Former 100m world record-holder Tim Montgomery pleaded not guilty to bank fraud charges, the disgraced doping-banished sprinter proclaiming innocence in the District Court, the I>New York Post /I>reported.
Former 100m world-record holder Tim Montgomery was arrested yesterday on charges that he was connected to a multi-million dollar bank fraud and money laundering scheme, prosecutors said.
A RHB bank manager, who was earlier charged with criminal breach of trust (CBT) involving RM21mil and 83 counts of forgery, has been slapped with another 56 charges for money-laundering.