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KUALA LUMPUR: An elephant tusk, parts of a tiger’s skin and pangolin scales are among the wildlife parts worth almost RM1mil seized following a special operation against poachers in several parts of the country, says Deputy Comm Datuk Mastor Mohd Ariff.
KUALA LUMPUR: A total of 10 men, including seven Cambodians, were detained for poaching, resulting in the seizure of various wildlife parts worth RM908,000, says Deputy Comm Datuk Mastor Mohd Ariff.
MERSING: A fisherman was charged at a Magistrate’s Court here with negligence and keeping a mixed-breed dog that attacked an 11-year-old girl at a house in Taman Permata, Endau, three months ago.
MERSING: A fisherman here has claimed trial to a charge of negligence and one of keeping a mixed-breed dog without a licence after his pet attacked an 11-year-old girl at a house in Taman Permata, Endau here in June.
MERSING: Residents here have been taking precautionary measure by keeping an adequate supply of water as preparation to face the implementation of Scheduled Water Supply (water rationing) in most areas of the district soon.
BEIJING, China (AFP): A futuristic airport that resembles a giant starfish opened in Beijing Wednesday (Sept 25), as China unveils another massive infrastructure project just days before it celebrates 70 years of Communist Party rule.
JOHOR BARU: The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has scrapped off two Vietnamese fishing boats that were seized in June last year for illegally fishing in Malaysian waters.
JOHOR BARU: A trip to attend an international biking event in Desaru turned into tragedy for a group of motorcyclists, as two in their convoy were killed after being rammed by a car.
SINGAPORE: Merlin Swire, the scion of the UK family that controls Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd, is running out of concessions to offer after his employees angered China by joining the anti-Beijing protests in Hong Kong.
SHANGHAI (Bloomberg): Cathay Pacific Airways is counting on the resignation of its British chief executive officer, Rupert Hogg, to move beyond the tumult that saw its employees' participation in the Hong Kong protests draw the ire of Beijing.