Malaysian authorities are to implement a new Advanced Passenger Screening System (APSS) in June, part of increased passenger screening at the country’s borders. Malaysia’s Home Minister, Ahmad Zahid Hamidi, said, “We are revisiting our standard operating procedure on security, especially at Kuala Lumpur International [Airport].” APSS, which has been on trial for several months at the border with Singapore, links passport data with various databases holding previous ...

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