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‘Study existing evidence laws’

SANDAKAN: The existing laws need to be amended if polygraph tests are to be used to prove cases in courts, says Tan Sri Tengku Maimun Tuan Mat.

Terror of gang violence drives migrant caravans northward

PUERTO CORTES PRISON, Honduras/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Former Honduran policeman Ivan says he moved homes so many times to escape the street gangs that terrorize his Central American country that he lost count. Fearful his sons would have to join the gangs or be killed, he eventually joined thousands of Hondurans fleeing to the United States.

Kenya orders polygraph tests of public employees in graft crackdown

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya's president ordered all state procurement personnel on Friday to undergo lie-detector tests as part of measures to tackle graft after dozens of officials and business people were detained for alleged theft of public funds.

Grand birthday ‘do’ for Parit Buntar’s oldest man

Sin Chew Daily reported that Parit Buntar’s oldest man celebrated his 108th birthday on Sunday.

A surge in U.S. deportations could swamp an overtaxed system

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's plan to rapidly deport 2 to 3 million illegal immigrants with criminal records would further tax a system already stretched to its limits, current and former U.S. immigration officials say.

As heroin trade grows, a sting in Kenya

MOMBASA (Reuters) - One evening last November, a handful of policemen in Kenya's sweltering port city of Mombasa were handpicked to help in the final stages of a U.S.-led drugs sting that spanned three continents.

FBI workers with foreign ties face unfair security checks - New York Times

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hundreds of employees with foreign ties working for the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation are subjected to what they say are unfair aggressive background checks that have forced some to cut contact with family members abroad, the New York Times reported on Saturday.

Special report - How scams and shakedowns brought Ukraine to its knees

KIEV (Reuters) - Late last year, Ukraine’s consumer protection agency began filing lawsuits against Foxtrot, the country’s largest electronics retailer. By early March, Foxtrot faced at least 231 separate suits that demanded fines totalling more than $150 million (89.13 million British pound).