Online “mini casinos” raided in Malaysia
Malaysian police in Kuala Lumpur report that five internet ‘mini casinos’ in the suburbs have been raided and shut down following complaints from neighbouring businesses. Five people, aged 20 to 35, working at the casinos were detained, and a total of 65 computers were seized, a spokesman revealed. Neighbouring business owners said that the gaming […]
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