They ask them to put the cash in a bag. The staff complied, and the robbers got away with about 250 €.
The incident did not cause any casualties but the employees were very shocked."
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Malaysia has deported a young Saudi journalist who is wanted in his home country over Twitter posts about the Prophet Mohammad that sparked calls for his execution, the Malaysian government has confirmed.
Hamza Kashgari, who was detained in Malaysia on Thursday after fleeing Saudi Arabia, left the country in the custody of Saudi officials on Sunday, a statement of the Malaysian Home Ministery said.
Kashgari, a 23-year-old Jeddah-based newspaper columnist, fled to Muslim-majority Malaysia after making comments on the microblogging site deemed insulting to the Prophet Mohammed, which fuelled a surge of outrage in the kingdom.
Kashgari apologised for his comments and said he was being made a he a "scapegoat for a larger conflict". Insulting the prophet is considered blasphemous in Islam and is a crime punishable by death in Saudi Arabia.
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