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Indonesians caught crossing border through tunnel

SIBU: A total of 16 Indonesians who tried to enter the state illegally through the “Lorong Tikus” (smugglers’ tunnel) near the Sarawak-Indonesian border in Tebedu have been detained.


Govt to consider suggestions on cooking oil situation, says DPM

PUTRAJAYA: The Government will consider suggestions by the public to set up a mechanism to prevent indiscriminate price hikes for cooking oil.


Dept going after human-trafficking ringleaders

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Immigration Department is going to hunt down the masterminds of human smuggling syndicates in its bid to curb the smuggling of Indonesians and other foreigners into the state.


Probe on ‘hanky-panky’ at border

KOTA KINABALU: A special task force is carrying out investigations into alleged graft involving enforcement officers said to have allowed illegal immigrants to enter the country.


Still on Tier Two until we step it up

Malaysia’s ranking in the recent 2016 TIP Report remained unchanged in the Tier Two Watchlist. Ambassador-at-Large to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons Susan Coppedge says there is still a lot Malaysia can do to increase its efforts to curb human trafficking in the country.


Call for royal commission of inquiry on firearms

From S. M. MOHAMED IDRIS, President of Consumers Association of Penang


Block up smuggling routes

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


Illegal routes still open and in use

PADANG BESAR: The lane starts deep inside the forest behind a rubber tree estate in Felcra Lubuk Sireh. It takes an hour and a half to get there on a motorcycle. Walking there will take four hours.