Noh and press meet ISA detainees


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  • Sunday, 30 May 2004

TAIPING: Deputy Internal Security Minister Datuk Noh Omar held a face-to-face meeting with Internal Security Act detainees at the Kamunting Detention Centre here yesterday. 

For the first time in the centre's history, reporters were also allowed to enter two of the ISA detainees' dormitories but no cameras, tape recorders or handphones were allowed inside. 

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