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Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock: retired accountant, heavy gambler

Stephen Craig Paddock, the retired accountant who smuggled an arsenal into a swank Las Vegas hotel and mowed down concert-goers from a 32nd story window, was a high-stakes gambler whose bank-robber father was once on the FBI's most wanted list.


Up to local governments to decide: IGP

The IGP insists the police remain firm on its stand not to support the event due to possible terror attacks.


More than 50 killed in Las Vegas concert shooting

A gunman killed at least 50 people Sunday when he opened fire on fans at a US country music concert on the Las Vegas Strip, police said.


Suspects plead not guilty to Kim Jong Nam murder

Two women pleaded not guilty Monday to murdering the half-brother of North Korea's leader at the start of their trial in Malaysia, as prosecutors alleged they practised for the Cold War-style assassination before carrying it out.


Catalan leader says has won the right to secede from Spain

Catalonia's leader Carles Puigdemont said the region had won the right to break away from Spain after 90 percent of voters taking part in a banned referendum voted for independence, defying a sometimes violent police crackdown and fierce opposition from Madrid.


IS group claims responsibility for Marseille attack

The Islamic State group on Sunday claimed responsibility for a knife attack that killed two women at the main train station in the French Mediterranean city of Marseille.


Planet-warming methane from livestock underestimated

Emissions of the greenhouse gas methane from livestock are larger than previously thought, posing an additional challenge in the fight to curb global warming, scientists said Friday.


Refugee family hunters bring hope to Rohingya children

Seven-year-old Hasina only sat down for a moment's rest from chasing aid trucks that are a lifeline for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. When she got up she was alone, lost in a vast camp that activists say is a target for traffickers.


Malaysia gateway to regional Muslim markets: Keu

Taiwanese businesses can harness the unique opportunity to seek appropriate Malaysian partners to market their products in the country.


Perlis launderette owner speaks up

The owner says he will change his marketing policy if it leaves a negative impact on the people of Perlis.


 

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