Drought wreaks havoc on more Sabah districts


KOTA KINABALU: More Sabah districts are being hit by the ongoing drought with reports of crops being destroyed by fires.

Several hundred hectares of crops, including fruit orchards, rubber and oil palm estates in the interior Keningau district, have been destroyed by fires over the past week.

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