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Duo die after inhaling gas

Two brothers preparing for the Chinese New Year celebrations died after inhaling what is believed to be poisonous gas which had leaked from a refrigerator in their trawler at the Bagan Poncor jetty in Pantai Remis on Wednesday.

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Three rebels commit suicide on eve of peace talks

B>COLOMBO:/BThree Tamil Tiger rebels blew themselves up at sea yesterday after being caught with a cache of weapons, highlighting the legacy of mistrust from Sri Lanka's civil war just hours ahead of peace talks in Germany.


Safe haven under a bridge Marooned gypsies to be given assistance

For several months, two ethnic Filipino sea gypsy families have found shelter under a bridge in the heart of Kota Kinabalu city.


Boat hijacked off Penang

Eight Indonesians, including seven armed with sub-machine guns, hijacked a RM150,000 trawler 17 nautical miles off Penang island on Tuesday.


Fisherman killed in trawler crash

A fisherman was killed and two others were seriously injured when the trawler they were in crashed into a floating generator in Sepanggar Bay yesterday.


Trawlers open to attacks

Trawler fishermen, particularly those from the Parit Jawa base, are vulnerable to pirate attacks and kidnappings if they fish in waters off Sumatra, said Muar marine police chief Asst Supt Abdul Salam Abdul Halim.


Man killed by toxic fumes

A crew member of a fishing trawler is believed to have died after being overcome by toxic fumes while cleaning the vessel#8217;s icebox at the jetty near the fish market in Sandakan on Tuesday.


Textile and fags seized

The Johor Customs Department has seized RM225,400 worth of textile and I>kretek/Icigarettes involving unpaid duty of RM462,495 in two separate raids.


Four feared dead, 21 rescued after boat sinks

Four fishermen were feared drowned and 21 others were rescued after their trawler capsized during a storm said to be the worst in recent years.

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Flash floods cause havoc in Thailand

Flash floods wreaked havoc in southern Thailand yesterday, cutting rail and road links, stranding tourists and sparking fears for the lives of at least 20 fishermen missing in heavy seas.