Malaysia arrests eight over suspected terror links Police, FBI seek public's help in finding motive behind massacre Lives depending on generators and volunteer doctors October 7, 2017 / 9:39 AM / in 38 minutes Malaysia arrests eight over suspected terror links KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia has arrested four foreigners and four Malaysians for suspected involvement in terrorist activities linked to Abu Sayyaf, the Islamic State and Jemaah Islamiah, the police said on Saturday. Among the foreigners arrested were three Filipinos, one of whom is a permanent resident in Malaysia, and an Albanian. The arrests were made in the states of Sabah, Selangor and Perak between Sept. 27 and Oct. 6. Five suspects were arrested in the Borneo state of Sabah, suspected of assisting the Abu Sayyaf militant group’s infiltration into Malaysia. Police said the arrested Albanian, a law lecturer at a local public university, has contact with Islamic State. Another two arrested are former convicts, previously found guilty in 2016 of participating in terrorist activities. One was arrested under suspicion of recruiting convicts in prison and planning an attack on Muslim, Christian and Hindu places of worship in Malaysia. The suspect is also said to harbor information about a member of the Tanzim Al-Qaeda Malaysia, a group linked to Jemaah Islamiah, who remains at large. The other was an accomplice suspected of recruiting two Malaysians.
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J.C. Penney hosting clothing advice, sale event for Fayetteville State on Sunday J.C. Penney is partnering with the career service center at Fayetteville State University on a "Suit Up" event designed to help college students dress for success. The event will be Sunday from 6:30 to 10 p.m. at the J.C. Penney in Cross Creek Mall. Faculty, staff and alumni from the university will advise participants on what to wear on job interviews, proper professional dress, how to tie a tie and other topics. Clothing will be for sale during the event. J.C. Penney will offer a 40 percent discount to Fayetteville State students with ID during the event.
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