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Foreign fishermen with ‘licences’ caught poaching in Malaysian waters

The Malaysian Maritime En-forcement Agency (MMEA) believes that foreign fishermen are using fake Malaysian fishing boat licences to poach in Sarawak waters.

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Rare rhino caught on camera

Rare footage of the elusive Sumatran rhinoceros has been captured in a two-minute video 'camera trap' placed inside the Sabah forest.

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INTERVIEW - Prize-winning Zambian wildlife saviour praises locals

LONDON (Reuters) - Prize-winning campaigner Hammerskjoeld Simwinga says his worst moment was in 1996 when the north Zambian conservation and anti-poaching project where he was working collapsed as corrupt officials seized its assets.

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Scientists say Amur leopard close to extinction

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Logging, building, farming and poaching have virtually killed off the Amur Leopard, environmentalists said on Wednesday.

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Chinese fishermen fined over RM1.8mil for turtle poaching

The skipper and crew of a Chinese trawler that was found with 274 protected turtles were slapped with more than RM1.88mil in fines by a magistrate's court on Wednesday.

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Staff pinching annoys others

Despite being the youngest Formula One team manager, Red Bull's Christian Horner has managed to 'annoy' others by pinching talented staff from them.

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Endangered turtles swim Pacific in "race"

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (Reuters) - Eleven leatherback turtles are swimming across the Pacific Ocean to the Galapagos Islands in a

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Tuna-laden Viet boat seized, nine held

The navy scored another success against foreign fishing vessels poaching in Malaysian waters with the capture of a tuna-laden Vietnamese boat close to Pulau Layang Layang.

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Vietnamese vessel and nine crew arrested

The navy arested a Vietnamese fishing vessel poaching in Malaysian waters close to Pulau Layang Layang.

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Illegal logging being run by gangsters

Gangsters are getting more deeply involved in running illegal logging operations due to the lucrative returns from trading in unlicensed logs in the black market.