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Gulf Arabs must help Yemen, Pakistan over militants

RIYADH (Reuters) - Gulf Arab countries should help Pakistan and Yemen bolster security in the face of rising militant violence that could spread their way, the European Union's anti-terrorism chief said on Monday.

Business

Up close with money laundering expert Kenneth Rijock

Drawing from his experience as a money launderer, Kenneth Rijock has become a leading money laundering expert. He recounts how he was lured into the dark side and why he is now all-out to nab those who 'legalise' their ill-gotten gains.

Nation

Money-laundering added to graft charge

IPOH: A businessman, attending the first day of his corruption trial at the Sessions Court here yesterday, was slapped with two additional charges of money-laundering.

Business

Preventing financial crimes

Local banks are equipped with reasonable measures to combat financial crimes and terrorism financing but more must be done during these turbulent times.

World

Russia's Medvedev meets critics, defends democracy

MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Dmitry Medvedev used an interview with a Russian opposition newspaper published on Wednesday to chide the trade-off between prosperity and freedom which critics say was the hallmark of Vladimir Putin's rule.

World

Russia's Medvedev meets critics, defends democracy

MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Dmitry Medvedev used an interview with a Russian opposition newspaper published on Wednesday to chide the trade-off between prosperity and freedom which critics say was the hallmark of Vladimir Putin's rule.

Business

Step up vigilance in troubled times, banks told

LOCAL banks must continue to beef up their detection and reporting systems to combat financial crime, especially during the current turbulent times when such menace has a tendency to rise.

World

Jailed Russian tycoon challenges Medvedev in court

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Jailed Russian tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky on Tuesday challenged President Dmitry Medvedev from the dock of a Moscow court to stand by his commitment to keep the judiciary independent of the Kremlin.

World

South Africa court officially drops Zuma charges

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - A South African court on Tuesday formally withdrew corruption charges against South Africa's Jacob Zuma, who is expected to become president after an election this month, local media said.

Nation

Four charged with laundering RM33m

Four directors of an investment company, who faced charges of illegal deposit- taking last year, were charged again yesterday in a Sessions Court here with laundering RM33mil.