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Dramatic rise in fight against money laundering

PETALING JAYA: It is not easy to totally fight money laundering (ML) and counter-terrorist financing (CTF) activities simply because there is always someone willing to give in or take a bribe to let it happen.

TECH

Cyber expert who stopped ‘WannaCry’ attack arrested in US on hacking charges

A cybersecurity researcher widely credited with helping to neutralise the global "WannaCry" ransomware attack earlier this year has been arrested on unrelated hacking charges, according to court documents unsealed on Aug 3.

World

Cyber expert who stopped ‘WannaCry’ attack arrested in US on hacking charges

SAN FRANCISCO/LAS VEGAS: A cyber security researcher widely credited with helping to neutralise the global “WannaCry” ransomware attack earlier this year has been arrested on unrelated hacking charges, according to court documents unsealed on Thursday.

World

Japan mass killing sparks debate: why didn't the system prevent it?

TOKYO (Reuters) - A day after the mass murder of 19 people at a facility for the disabled, many shocked Japanese were questioning why the only suspect was discharged after just two weeks from a hospital to which he'd been forcibly committed under mental health laws.

Community

Petaling Jaya has the highest crime rate in Selangor

It is undeniable to have a safe and inclusive city, the residents and authorities have a great role to play.

World

Russia opens criminal case after airliner crashes in Egypt - agencies

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's top Investigative Committee has launched a criminal case against airline Kogalymavia after one of its planes with 224 people aboard crashed in Egypt on Saturday, Russian news agencies said, quoting the committee's spokesman.

World

Argentina halts rice 'impregnated with cocaine' en route to Europe

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine customs agents found about 30 kg (66 lbs) of cocaine

TECH

UK spies to help hunt online child abuse: Cameron

Britain's eavesdropping agency will join forces with organised crime experts to apply the same methods used to track down terrorists to tackle online child abuse, Prime Minister David Cameron said.

World

UK spies to help hunt online child abuse - Cameron

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's eavesdropping agency will join forces with organised crime experts to apply the same methods used to track down terrorists to tackle online child abuse, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Thursday.

World

Insight - Surge in cocaine trade undermines Conde's bid to revive Guinea

CONAKRY (Reuters) - A surge in cocaine trafficking has transformed Guinea into West Africa's latest drug hot spot, jeopardising President Alpha Conde's efforts to rebuild state institutions after a military coup and attract billion of dollars in mining investment.