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MCMC working with police on ‘Netflix murah’ syndicate claim

Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission says it is probing claims of syndicates selling usernames and passwords for hacked Netflix accounts for as low as RM10.

Wanted: Man who raped foster daughter over 15 years

The victim, now aged 27, said she did not make a report, fearing for her life and her younger siblings.

Top cop slams politicking over gay sex video probe

The inspector-general of police also reveals that two more arrests have been made, taking the total to 11.

Nordea’s Danish headquarters searched as part of money laundering investigation

Both physical, digital documents and e-mails were seized during the search of the building in Copenhagen.

Johor to decide on compensation for Stulang Laut Orang Asli this...

Johor Menteri Besar Sahruddin Jamal says he will make an announcement once the state exco discusses the long-standing issue.

US House OKs move to give Congress records of FBI probes...

Lawmakers are looking specifically at obstruction of justice and counterintelligence probes that former acting FBI director Andrew McCabe launched.

New York AG probes Trump projects

The civil investigation was prompted by congressional testimony given by Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen last month.

Indian state chief stages sit-in against Modi over graft probe

Mamata Banerjee, the firebrand chief minister of West Bengal, began the protest overnight in the state capital, Kolkata.

Why freeze Umno assets for so long, Tajuddin Rahman asks

The Pasir Salak MP says the party needs money to function as an effective opposition.

Now Singapore turns sights on Goldman Sachs in 1MDB probe

Singapore’s widened probe opens a potential new battlefront for Goldman less than a week after Malaysia filed the first criminal charges against the firm over a relationship that spawned one of the biggest scandals in its history.

Government to shorten investigation period for sexual harassment in civil service

Deputy minister Hannah Yeoh says her ministry is also looking to revamp existing SOP to ensure that all sexual harassment reports go to the integrity unit of public agencies.

Trump faces a blitz of investigations from Democratic-run House

Democrats said Republican lawmakers will no longer be able to protect Trump from a watchful Congress.

Turkey calls for Khashoggi probe to be completed as ‘soon as...

Saudi Attorney General Sheikh Saud al-Mojeb acknowledged that the killing was premeditated based on Turkish evidence and is expected to inspect the Saudi consulate where Khashoggi was killed.

MACC: Companies involved in Zahid Hamidi charge will be investigated

It says any company and person involved in corrupt activities will not escape investigations.

Interpol asks China about disappearance of crime agency’s chief

Interpol has requested through official law enforcement channels clarification from China on Meng Hongwei's disappearance.

I was only assisting cops in probe into Kelantan Umno’s funds,...

The former Umno man says he and several other Kelantan Umno representatives were called by police to assist in investigations over the funds allegedly linked to 1MDB.

1MDB probe will be completed within a year, police assure

Deputy IGP says some of the more than 50 people questioned so far over the case may be charged and that RM2.9 billion was indeed transferred into Najib Razak’s accounts from 3 firms.

Mat Sabu: Armed Forces trio told to report back for duty

The defence minister says a decision will be made on the matter as soon as possible.

PAC, A-G to probe 1MDB scandal again

MPs, including those from Barisan Nasional, approve fresh motion to reopen investigations.

Ex-PAC head denies hiding facts in report on 1MDB

The former Public Accounts Committee chair wants to defend himself against the allegations if referred to parliamentary select committee.

Guan Eng files motion to reopen 1MDB probe

The finance minister also wants all related information on the probe to be made public.

AG: I have no power to rush investigators over 1MDB probe

Tommy Thomas says his task only begins once the investigation papers are handed over to him.

Seizure of Equanimity lawful, says minister

Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Liew Vui Keong says accusations that the government infringed on the legal processes of other nations are baseless.

KJ: Umno unable to move beyond 1MDB unless Jho Low returns

The Rembau MP says Umno will not be able to rebuild if the businessman remains in hiding instead of facing the authorities.