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Topic: Poipet

theSun:
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WHILE the 47 Malaysians allegedly involved in illicit activities in Banteay Meanchey province were permitted to return home following approval by Prime Minister Hun Sen last week, the mystery behind w...
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KUCHING, Feb 17 — A syndicate, headed by a local mastermind, is believed to have scammed the 47 Malaysians who ended up in prison in Cambodia, a Sarawak minister said.
Free Malaysia Today:
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KUALA LUMPUR: The Cambodian government has agreed to release all 47 Malaysians detained at a prison in Poipet following a decision by Prime Minister Hun Sen, a group involved in negotiations for their...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Julau MP Larry Sng Wei Shien has left for Cambodia to meet 47 Malaysians who have been detained there since Dec 11.
theSun:
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PHNOM PEHN: A spokesman for Banteay Meanchey Provincial Court yesterday said a judge is expected to conduct one-on-one interviews with 47 Malaysians accused of running an illegal gambling den and comm...
theSun:
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KUALA LUMPUR: Minister in the Cambodian Prime Minister’s Department, Oknha Datuk Dr Othsman Hassan has met all 47 Malaysians detained at Poipet, to listen to and see for himself the plight they are ...
Malaysiakini:
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Minister in the Cambodian Prime Minister's Department, Oknha Datuk Othsman Hassan has met all 47 Malaysians detained in Poipet to see for himself the plight they are in.
Malay Mail:
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KUCHING, Feb 12 — The Cambodian Justice Ministry will look into the case of 47 Malaysians detained in Banteay Meanchey provisional prison over suspicions of fraud and running an illegal gambling ope...
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PETALING JAYA: If it is too good to be true, then it probably is.
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KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 9 -- A Malaysian delegation will meet with Cambodian Justice Minister Ang Vong Vathana next week to see the release of 47 Malaysians who were arrested last December, a news report sa...
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THE long-running Genting family feud has taken another twist with at least one member being charged by the police, and allegations that signatures on at least two wills are fraudulent.