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PKNS resident in Kampung Baru flat located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur decorating National flags despite of haze. AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star.
Scores of participants taking part in the rehearsals for this year's National Day celebration at Dataran Merdeka,Kuala Lumpur.The dry run for the National Day parade will be held on Saturday.P.NATHAN/The Star
Elderly women on wheelchairs form the front ranks of the human barricade against bulldozers at Kampung Mutiara in Batu Feringghi,Penang.ZHAFARAN NASIB/The Star
Bajau Horsemen in their traditional costumes marching pass the national flags during the UMNO division delegates meeting at Kota Belud,Sabah.NORMIMIE DIUN/The Star
Hamzah Abdul Hamid (far left), 64, and his family showing off their patriotic side by decorating their more than 100-year-old home in Kampung Baru Kuala Lumpur. IZZRAFIQ ALIAS / The Star.
Employees of the Alor Gajah District and Land Office, Zahiah Zulfefli, Noraini Ramli and Mohd Hafiz Bahaludin, putting up Jalur Gemilang flags along the fence of the office in conjunction with coming National Day celebrations. A Malex Yahaya/The Star.
Participants held a mask parade in conjunction with the inaugural Malaysia International Mask Festival(Mimaf) gathered like-minded enthusiasts from several countries for a splendid showcase of masks,each with a different origin and story in Kuala Lumpur. GLENN GUAN/The Star
Coming this Merdeka day, students of SMK Precint 9 (1) Muhamad Haikal Izzuddin Halim (left) and Afnan Fakhri Muhd Fuad were putting up the Jalur Gemilang flag in Putrajaya. Shadow of them in silhouette shows the unity of Malaysian. MOHD SAHAR MISNI/The Star.
A reminder of what it is to be united as a people, Star Media Group (formerly known as Star Publications (M) Berhad) collaborated with EcoWorld Development Group Bhd giving out #AnakAnakMalaysia wristbands with a copy of The Star newspaper. From left: Prem Darsha, Tan Yan Ling, and Dhiya Shamim proudly wearing the #AnakAnakMalaysia wristbands.- Art Chen / The Star.
Star Media Group chairman Datuk Fu Ah Kiow,Datuk Seri Wong Chun Wai and EcoWorld chairman Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin and the others posing together at the launch of the Star-EcoWorld Merdeka and Malaysia Day #anak-anak Malaysia campaign at EcoWorld International Centre in Mid Valley city. AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star
A rare blue crab was seen at a Juru restaurant in Bukit Mertajam.North America's Virginia Institute of Marine Science suspects all-blue Atlantic Blue Crabs are genetic flukes,though the purple and orange variants were found to be caused by a parasite and a virus respectively. MUSTAFA AHMAD/The Star
Road users braving the water-logged Segambut detour road, near the LRT station, after heavy rains hit the Klang Valley causing a flash flood. M.AZHAR ARIF/The Star.
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