Man who wanted to apply for RM500,000 loan paid RM79,363 into 13 bank accounts as 'administration' fee.
Victim says he was asked in a Whatsapp message to pass TAC numbers to sender.
New Zealand police admits it wrongly identified a victim believed to be shot dead by mosque shooter Brenton Tarrant.
Earlier, Kuantan police had received similar reports from 19 people involving a total loss of RM735,000.
The Sarawak police are looking for three men who acted as 'local facilitators' for the syndicate.
Nasima Gain and a friend were made to join a dance group then taken to a dance bar and sold for sex.
The search continues for the rest of the victims buried at the site.
The June 20 attack, captured on video, sparked outrage about the scourge of gang violence in the Bronx, unfair stereotyping of young Hispanic men, distrust in police and why seemingly no one helped him.
The airman, who blew the whistle on the washable 'indelible' ink used in the 2013 polls, seeks justice for his ‘politically motivated’ dismissal in a letter to the defence minister.
The Isana Dewata Foundation and the Indonesian Survivors Foundation boycotted a meeting with former militants.
Removing stroke victims' brain clots up to 16 hours after the incident has been shown to increase chances of the victim's survival.
The centres will be opened in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, and Punjab, as well as the union territory of Delhi.
Over 50 activists and experts say that the 'two-finger test' continues to be performed despite the Supreme Court ruling in 2013 that it violated the right to privacy.
Teo Nie Ching questions supporters of child marriages if they are aware of effects on child's health or only want to 'save face'.
Police seize a police vest, stolen Honda City car and fake police authority card.
Kulai MP Teo Nie Ching says the incident shows that men can also be victims of sexual crime and it should be taken seriously instead of being made fun of.
Zuraida Kamaruddin says the MP must be held accountable for any grievances arising from cases involving girls.
Survivor of yesterday's horror crash now in hospital with hip injury, sneaked out of home despite warnings.
Police believe the man was riding on his motorcycle when he was swept away by floodwaters yesterday.
Neighbour of family slaughtered in Thursday's attack relates the horror she encountered at the scene.
The 40-year-old general manager of a private company was shot five times in the right hand, right neck and chest near Desa Petaling.
"When a rape takes places, the first thing people ask is what she was wearing, was she drunk, and is she 'the loose type'," says Damansara Utama Assemblywoman Yeo Bee Yin.
The four, including a woman, were rounded up after victim gives a description and based on CCTV recordings.
Negeri Sembilan police say Vietnamese retaliated by stabbing 42-year-old victim in the heart at metal factory in Nilai.