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Pekida: We are not rogues

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Amid negative perceptions and inflammatory allegations, this group has had a tough time proving its members are legit

Zahid clarifies controversial statement

KUALA LUMPUR: Statements he made during a closed-door briefing in Malacca have been misconstrued by certain news portals, Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said, clarifying his controversial “shoot first” statement.

Zahid Hamidi slammed for alleged 'shoot first' and gangster 'friends' remarks

PETALING JAYA: Several lawyers took to task Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi for his alleged comments that gangsters would be "shot first" if evidence was obtained as well as claims that a group of gangsters were "friends".

Over 40,000 members in 49 gangs involved in firearms, murder, drugs and extortion, says Home Ministry

PUTRAJAYA: Some 40,313 people have been identified as members of 49 organisations, mostly triads, that have been declared illegal.

Home ministry names 49 illegal gangs

PETALING JAYA: The Home Ministry has declared 49 societies to be unlawful under the Societies Act 1966.

Gangs brazenly going public via Facebook

PETALING JAYA: Gone are the days of secret gang handshakes and code words – now members of organised crime are brazenly going public.

Gangs take to Facebook

PETALING JAYA: Gone are the days of secret gang handshakes and code words - now organised crime is going high-tech.

Disgruntled customers ransack and rob used car dealer’s office

KLANG: A mob made up of disgruntled customers and men claiming to be from the ‘Tiga Line’ underworld gang ransacked and robbed a used car dealer’s office in Klang in broad daylight early this month, resulting in several hundred thousand ringgit in losses.

Underworld groups recruiting members online

MALACCA: A picture of a sword popped up on his Facebook page, flashing the message: 'If you want protection, just click this icon.'

Panel to meet on June 7 over action against Azhar

GEORGE TOWN: The State Legislature's Privileges and Rights Committee will have its first meeting on June 7 to decide on the action to be taken against state Opposition Leader Datuk Azhar Ibrahim for allegedly uttering racially inflammatory words during the state assembly sitting recently.