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PERHILITAN officer Celescoriano Razond(left) and Nadzatul Nattassha Mustapa Kamal(right) holding the baby 'Orang Utan' that were smuggle from Indonesia. Low Boon Tat/The Star.
Pilgrims following the candlelight procession at St Anne's Novena Feast Day in Bukit Mertajam, Penang. LIM BENG TATT / The Star
Liverpool fans celebrate after a friendly game with Malaysia team at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil where the match ended in 1-1 draw. S.S.Kanesan / The Star.
Marine police detaining several Indonesian fishermen for fishing illegally near Pulau Kendi in Malaysian waters. They were later sent to the Penang Marine police base in Batu Uban.ZAINUDIN AHAD / The Star
The Liverpool fans watching Liverpool team in training at Bukit Jalil National Stadium yesterday. S.S.Kanesan/TheStar
Passengers of the Electric Train Service (ETS) coming back from Ipoh to KL Sentral after the long Hari Raya holidays. SAMUEL ONG / THE STAR.
A huge 'Ketupat' display infront of KLCC where celebrating the Hari Raya Aldilfitri festival. Crowds were seen picnicking at the park during the holidays.Art Chen / The Star.
Childrens smiles as they exchange greeting cards during first day Hari Raya. The childrens are looking forward to the holidays as they will be able to visit their neighbours and attend open houses. FAIHAN GHANI/The Star
Childhood friends (from left) Muhammad Azrul Azhar, Shafirul Sharkirin, Raja Farahani Amanda,Natasya Afifi Azizan (standing) and Putri Syazliqa Affea, make it a point for a reunion every year during Hari Raya. All of them currently are pursuing their studies in local universities and colleges in Melaka, Sepang and Gombak. Joining them are Affea's sister Puteri Syafeera Aqisha (left,front) and Amanda's brother Raja Firdy Armand Shah (2nd left,front). This year the reunion was held at Affea's house in Taman Ixaura, Bandar Baru Salak Tinggi Sepang.RAJA FAISAL HISHAN/The Star.
First day of Hari Raya where visitors queuing at the Prime Minister's open house in Seri Perdana Complexs Putrajaya. SAMUEL ONG / THE STAR.
"Balik kampung" crowd at the Pudu Raya bus terminal for the journey back to their hometown for Hari Raya Aidilfitri - Brian Mon/The Star
Multi colour of 'Kueh Raya' is display at Nur Naima Nahayadin stall in Ipoh where Hari Raya Aidilfitri in just around the corner. Saiful Bahri/The Star
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