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A pale shadow of its former self

Once a bustling border town in Perlis with Thais visiting the area daily for Malaysian goods, Wang Kelian is now an eerie shadow of what it was. Find out why in a report by ARNOLD LOH

Lee: Act against those who bring in, sell illegal firecrackers

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation has urged the Government to act against firecracker sellers after children were injured playing firecrackers.

Border alert ahead of Raya

THE Malaysian Border Security Agency (AKSEM) has intensified control over 10 hotspot areas at the Malaysia-Thailand border to curb fireworks and firecrackers smuggling ahead of Hari Raya.

Authorities bust human trafficking syndicate

IPOH: The state Immigration De­­part­­ment has crippled a human trafficking syndicate smuggling Indian nationals into Europe for the past 10 years with the arrest of three masterminds comprising a local man, his wife and their son.

Immigration busts syndicate smuggling Indian nationals into Europe

IPOH (Bernama): The Perak Immigration Department has crippled a human-trafficking syndicate that has been smuggling Indian nationals into Europe for the last 10 years.

Kelantan-Thai border security tightened ahead of Aidil Fitri

TUMPAT (Bernama): The Kelantan police will step up security along the Kelantan-Thailand border to avoid any illegal activities in view of the upcoming Aidil Fitri celebration.

Not a smooth ride home

EXCLUSIVE: GEORGE TOWN: It could be punishing, and sometimes even life-threatening, for Indonesians to sneak illegally into Malaysia. And when they want to leave, they would have to pay a price to access secure routes home.

No formal request to declassify May 13 reports, says Muhyiddin

PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The government has not received any formal request to declassify reports on the May 13, 1969 racial riots, says Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

Brazen tontos fixing GPS devices on vehicles of enforcement personnel

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Tonto syndicates are getting more brazen and are fixing Global Positioning System (GPS) devices on vehicles belonging to the Malaysian Border Security Agency (MBSA) to track the movements of enforcement personnel stationed at the nation's borders.