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Police should be given best equipment to fight crime

The police must go all out to find those responsible for killing two policemen and seriously wounding another two in a failed drug case in Sungei Buloh last week.

Ketamine is choice drug

Ketamine, a fast acting hallucinogenic, has overtaken Ecstasy as the drug of choice among local dance and rave party goers in the state, judging from the seizures made by police.

‘No’ to ‘pirated ‘games

The authorities have begun a clampdown on those who pirate computer games, the first anti-piracy programme against games.

Police to get simulators to boost shooting skills

The police have received the approval to purchase 55 shooting simulators to enhance their capabilities during raids, Deputy Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Mohd Najib Abdul Aziz said.

Councillor: Letter on illegal shrines misunderstood

The Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) had no ill intention when it wrote to the residents zone committees proposing that they helped the council's enforcement team's efforts to eradicate illegal shrines, said councillor Awtar Singh.

Shooter sims for cops

Police have received the approval to purchase 55 shooting simulators to enhance their capabilities during shootouts and when conducting raids on armed criminals.hr noshade size=1 width=50%>

Were the policemen trailed and ambushed?

A letter from TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE,MCPF vice-chairman.

Israeli soldier, 3 Palestinians die in Gaza clashes

GAZA (Reuters) - Three Palestinians and an Israeli soldier were killed in fierce clashes in the Gaza Strip on Monday, the ruling Hamas group and hospital officials said.

Iran favours peaceful solution on Kurds, Iraq says

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad has told Iraq he supports a crackdown on Kurdish guerrillas in northern Iraq but wants a peaceful solution to the crisis, Iraq's government said.

Turkey says diplomacy still on table in PKK fight

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Turkey's foreign minister said on Sunday that diplomatic and military options could both be used in the country's fight against Kurdish PKK guerrillas based in northern Iraq.