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HK al-Qaeda case suspects agree to US extradition

B>HONG KONG: /B>Three men held in Hong Kong for nearly four months agreed yesterday to be extradited to the United States, where they are wanted for allegedly trying to buy anti-aircraft missiles for al-Qaeda.

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Move to curb money laundering

CHINA has unveiled its first anti-money-laundering regulation in its war against the flow of #8220;dirty#8221; money, which threatens the prospect of its fast growing economy.


Committee to fight terrorism formed

The Philippines, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand agreed yesterday to form a joint committee that will boost multi-lateral co-operation against terrorism.


Tracing dirty money

WITH cyber crime on the rise and terrorism in the global picture, the fight against money-laundering has become more critical, reports ALLAN KOAY.

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Asean, EU to team up against terrorism

South East Asian and European Union (EU) nations have agreed to team up to fight terrorism to maintain peace, stability and security in both regions.


M16 gang’s assets seized

Gold, luxury cars, bungalows and property worth RM9mil amassed by the M16 gang using money laundered from their robberies have been seized by police under the Anti-Money Laundering Act 2001(Amla).


800 suspicious transactions being probed

Bank Negara has detected at least 800 suspicious transactions of funds involving hundreds of millions of ringgit through individual as well as corporate bank accounts locally and abroad.


Philippine shares end down as bank stocks decline

Philippine shares finished lower Friday for the fourth straight session, as the market's mood remained bearish due to a number of domestic and overseas problems, traders said.


Philippine shares end down Monday

Philippine shares ended lower for the fifth straight session on Monday because of jitters over a possible war in Iraq and bombings in the country's south, traders said.


Philippine shares end lower for sixth straight session Wednesday

Philippine shares ended lower Wednesday for the sixth straight session, weighed down by geopolitical and economic concerns, and a drop in banking and telecommunications stocks, traders said.