11 May '11, 5am

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KUALA LUMPUR - MALAYSIA has announced a major crackdown on criminal gangs using social networking sites like Facebook to enlist teenage recruits as 'street fighters', reports said on Wednesday. Home minister Hishammuddin Hussein said the government was launching the offensive after a proliferation of online recruitment pages in recent months, the Star daily reported. 'The ministries, including the Information, Communications, and Culture Ministry, the (multimedia) commission and the police will be brought in to tackle the issue,' he was quoted as telling the paper. 'They all have their own expertise and it is just a matter of coordinating them to achieve the goal,' Mr Hishammuddin added. He said authorities would treat all types of organised crime - from money laundering to drug trafficking - with the same gravity as terrorism, the paper reported. 'They are all related and...

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