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Ex-footballer admits to abetting in conspiracy to fix match

A FORMER Malaysian national footballer who absconded about three years ago after being charged with conspiracy to fix a Malaysia Super League (MSL) soccer game has pleaded guilty.


European Union looks to respond to threat of radical Islam

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU foreign ministers on Monday discussed setting up a new network of European security agents abroad as they sought a united response to the threat from militant Islamists following the attacks in Paris on Jan. 7.


MyEG: Bosses stand to gain the most

PETALING JAYA: MyEG Services Berhad has assured employers of domestic maids that they stand to gain the most by renewing work permits online.


Lauded as hero in Paris attack, Malian man made French citizen

PARIS (Reuters) - The Malian grocery worker hailed as a hero for saving hostages' lives when an Islamist militant attacked a kosher supermarket in Paris this month was made a French citizen on Tuesday.


Sirul transferred to Sydney detention centre, says ABC report

PETALING JAYA: Former police commando Sirul Azhar Umar has reportedly been transferred to prison in Sydney despite several earlier reports stating he had been released by Australian authorities.


Spanish ruling party's ex-treasurer granted bail in fraud probe

MADRID (Reuters) - The former treasurer of Spain's ruling People's Party (PP), in jail awaiting trial on charges of money-laundering and other crimes, has been granted provisional liberty with a bail of 200,000 euros (153,001 pounds), a High Court spokeswoman said.


Turkish court remands 17 policemen to face wiretapping trial

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A Turkish court remanded 17 policemen in custody to face trial as part of an investigation into the illegal wiretapping of politicians, civil servants and businessmen, Turkish media reported on Sunday.


Al Jazeera journalist Greste arrives home in Australia

BRISBANE, Australia (Reuters) - Peter Greste, the Al Jazeera journalist freed after more than a year in an Egyptian prison, arrived back in his Australian homeland on Thursday and called for the release of two colleagues still in custody.


Immigration Dept introduces new system to cut corruption

EXCLUSIVE:The Immigration and Customs departments are trying to implement cashless transactions for their services by next January in an effort to eradicate corruption and increase efficiency. The public is not yet convinced that online payment is the best way to go.


Italy's Berlusconi allowed to end community service sentence early

MILAN (Reuters) - Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi was granted a request on Monday to end his community service sentence for tax fraud 45 days early for good behaviour, making him a free agent from early next month.