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Nation

Chicken retailers warned against increasing prices

KUALA LUMPUR: Stern action will be taken against retailers who blatantly increase the price of chicken during the festive season.

TECH

Megaupload coming back? Founder Kim Dotcom plans a relaunch in 2017

Flamboyant German tech entrepreneur Kim Dotcom is planning to relaunch file-sharing website Megaupload in Jan 2017, five years after the US government took down the site accusing it of piracy.

Nation

Six senior police officers in new round of transfers and promotions

PETALING JAYA: Police have announced their latest reshuffling exercise, with six transfers and promotions among senior officers.

World

Singapore jails four Bangladeshi men for terrorism financing

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A Singapore court jailed four Bangladeshi men for between two and five years for terrorism financing on Tuesday in a case that has put the city-state's most marginalised migrant-worker community in the spotlight.

World

Saudi prosecutors bring charges over Grand Mosque crane disaster - newspaper

RIYADH (Reuters) - Suspects including engineers and two government employees will face trial in Saudi Arabia over the deaths of 107 people when a crane toppled over at Mecca's Grand Mosque last year, a local newspaper that reflects government thinking reported on Tuesday.

World

Spain arrests Ukrainians, Russians accused of crime syndicate links

MADRID (Reuters) - Eleven people of primarily Ukrainian and Russian origin were arrested on Tuesday in Barcelona accused of connections with organised crime and money laundering, the Spanish anti-corruption prosecutor's office said.

World

Uganda's opposition leader freed on bail after treason charge

KAMPALA (Reuters) - Uganda's veteran opposition leader Kizza Besigye was released on bail on Tuesday after being detained for about two months on treason charges, a judiciary official told Reuters.

World

South Sudanese emerge from shelters after heavy fighting

JUBA (Reuters) - People emerged from makeshift shelters in South Sudan's capital on Tuesday after a ceasefire silenced days of heavy fighting that has destabilised the world's newest nation.

Letters

Block up smuggling routes

From DATUK AKHBAR SATAR, Director, Institute of Crime & Criminology, HELP University

Community

Kepong residents want pothole problem resolved

TAMAN Fadason residents want something done about the many potholes at the junction of Jalan 2/17 and Jalan Metro Perdanan Barat in Kepong, Kuala Lumpur.