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French police net "legendary" Marseille gangsters

MARSEILLE, France (Reuters) - A police dragnet over the weekend on France's glamourous Mediterranean coast has netted some of the country's most notorious gangsters, police in the southern port city of Marseille said on Monday.

Nation

PM: Licence not issued to Ascot Sports yet

KUALA LUMPUR: The government has yet to issue or give the licence to Syarikat Ascot Sports Sdn Bhd to carry out betting operations in Malaysia, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Nation

Cops start probe into RM1.2mil scam

PETALING JAYA: The federal commercial crime division in Bukit Perdana is investigating the case of a 'British' man who cheated a housewife of RM1.2mil.

Business

Florida Ponzi lawyer's ex-cars, boats auctioned

FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida: Some of the flashier spoils of disbarred attorney Scott Rothstein's massive Ponzi scheme were auctioned Thursday for US$5.8 million, with the money earmarked by the government to repay investors for some of their losses.

World

FACTBOX - International sanctions against N.Korea

(Reuters) - South Korea accused nuclear-armed North Korea on Thursday of torpedoing one of its warships and said it will be pressing the international community to take action, probably more sanctions, against the North.

World

CORRECTED - FACTBOX - International sanctions against N.Korea

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World

FACTBOX - International sanctions in force against N.Korea

(Reuters) - South Korea on Monday announced steps to tighten the vice on the North's economy in punishment for sinking one of its navy ships, and President Lee Myung-bak said he would take the issue to the U.N. Security Council.

World

FACTBOX - International sanctions in force against N.Korea

REUTERS - South Korea accused nuclear-armed North Korea on Thursday of torpedoing one of its warships and said it will be pressing the international community to take action, probably more sanctions, against the North.

World

Missouri man pleads guilty to helping al Qaeda

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A used car dealer in Kansas City, Missouri, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to providing support to al Qaeda by sending about $23,500 to the militant group, the U.S. Justice Department said.

World

Russia's Khodorkovsky ends 2-day hunger strike

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Jailed former Russian oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky ended a two-day hunger strike on Wednesday after the Kremlin confirmed complaints about his detention had been passed on to President Dmitry Medvedev.