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Mercy to leave Baghdad

Mercy Malaysia will evacuate all its volunteers from Baghdad, including two doctors who were injured in an ambush by unidentified Iraqi gunmen on Saturday, said its vice-president Assoc Prof Dr Azhar Abdul Aziz.

Single mums help Iraqis

The Penang Single Mothers Welfare Organisation raised RM826.02 in aid of the Malaysian International Peace Fund Saturday. President Latifah Hussainsa and her committee members were at the Bayan Baru market Saturday, armed with placards condemning the war as they went around collecting donations from the public to help the casualties of war in Iraq.

Firm raises RM50,000 for Mercy Malaysia

Direct selling company CNI Enterprise (M) Sdn Bhd raised about RM50,000 for Malaysian Medical Relief Society (Mercy Malaysia) through its fund-raising rally Sinar Gemilang CNI 2003 held at Bukit Jalil's Putra Stadium yesterday.

Stand in our shoes

From Nurul of Sungai Besi, Kuala Lumpur.

Students air disgust for war

RELIGIOUS bigotry, lust for power, greed and pride are what motivate people like Saddam Hussein and George Bush and their military advisors to war.

Event to highlight the plight of Iraqi child victims

The Malaysian Humanitarian Relief for the People of Iraq (Help-Iraq) will organise a gathering of children here next month to show support for Iraqi child victims.

Be patient, volunteers told

Mercy Malaysia has called on eager Malaysian volunteers to be patient as the team tries to reach the war victims and get a better assessment of the situation.

Media groups launch fund to provide aid

The local media has initiated the Malaysian International Peace Fund, which is aimed at promoting peace and providing humanitarian aid to the world.

Tents all up but where are the Iraqi refugees?

The tents are all up #8211; ready for an expected flood of refugees crossing the borders to flee from the bombings.

Second team of medics off to Jordan

Malaysian Medical Relief Society (Mercy Malaysia) sent its second team of two doctors and a nurse to Jordan Monday to carry out humanitarian work in Iraq.