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Slaughter continues

S.M. Mohd Idris, President of Sahabat Alam Malaysia brings to fore the worrying discoveries made by the authorities of protected and endangered species bound either for foreign markets or for local consumption.


Sabah preparing to charge fishermen over turtles case

Wildlife and fisheries authorities are still trying to determine if the 150 turtles, found killed on board a China-registered trawler, were from Malaysian waters.


WWF: Need for better enforcement

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Malaysia has called for more stringent enforcement to prevent a repeat of the recent killing of over 150 turtles in Sabah.


Slap for Sabah conservation

The slaying of more than 100 turtles, discovered after the carcasses were found on a foreign trawler in Sabah waters on Sunday, has been described as a slap in the face for the state#8217;s conservation efforts.


Trawler with 130 dead turtles held

More than 130 endangered sea turtles and 30 turtle shells were seized from a China-registered trawler that had encroached into Malaysia's rich Mengalum waters, 20 nautical miles from here.


Cop: Kidnapping purely motivated by money not politics

The kidnapping of the I>East Ocean 2/Itugboat's three crewmen in the Sulu Sea is a criminal act and not linked to politics or the Abu Sayyaf, said Federal Police Internal Security and Public Order director Datuk Seri Salleh Mat Som.


Philippines army tracking kidnappers

The Philippines military is tracking a group of about a dozen men led by well known bandit Ladji Adam, who is believed to be the mastermind behind last Sunday#8217;s attack on the tugboat I>East Ocean 2/Iand the kidnapping of three of its crew in the Sulu Sea.


Reign of bad weather

Record heat in Europe, severe floods in Asia and an unprecedented number of tornados in the United States - 2003 will certainly go down in history as the year of extreme weather calamities.


Two RMAF pilots killed in jet crash

Two RMAF pilots died when their Hawk fighter jet crashed into the South China Sea off Pantai Sepat near Kuantan yesterday.


QL sets stage for further expansion

QL Resources Bhd, already an award winning company for its strong commitment in enhancing shareholders' value, has set the stage for more expansion that will enhance its revenue and profitability.