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Proposing a Non-Citizens Health Act for Malaysia

From DR KHOR SWEE KHENGDR JOHN TEO, PROFESSOR PANG YONG KEK (President, Malaysian Thoracic Society), PROFESSOR TANG SWEE FONG (Secretary, Malaysian Paediatrics Association), FEDERATION OF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH ASSOCIATIONS, MALAYSIA HEIDY QUAH (President, Refuge for the Refugees)J, AMES BAWI THANG BIK (President, Alliance of Chin Refugees), ALL WOMEN’S ACTION SOCIETY, DATUK DR AMAR SINGH-HSS, DR SUBATRA JAYARAJ, DATUK DR RAVINDRAN JEGASOTHY, DR TIMOTHY CHENG.

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Cops probe boatmen in fish-bombing incident

KOTA KINABALU: Police are probing deeper into the deaths of three divers – a local diving instructor and two Chinese tourists – in what is believed to be a fish-bombing incident in Semporna.

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Sources: Nine kidnapped sea gypsies rescued, one still missing

KOTA KINABALU: Philippine security forces are believed to have rescued nine out the ten sea gypsies kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf gunmen on June 18.

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Eight men held in connection with kidnapping of fishermen in Lahad Datu, says CID Chief

KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Eight men have been arrested to help in investigations into the kidnapping of 10 Bajau Laut fishermen (sea gypsies) in Felda waters in Lahad Datu, Sabah on Tuesday (June 18), saysCID director Datuk Huzir Mohamed.

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Shafie: Move Lok Kawi army brigade to east coast

KOTA KINABALU: Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal wants security forces to strengthen their positions along the sea border in the wake of Tuesday’s kidnapping of 10 fishermen from the Bajau Laut community.

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It pays to become a volunteer

SHAH ALAM: The slightly built, bespectacled woman looked confident and sounded purposeful as she addressed the audience.

Letters

It’s time to protect, not destroy

From S.M. MOHAMED IDRIS, President, Sahabat Alam Malaysia.

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It’s national heritage personified

PETALING JAYA: From the majestic Sultan Abdul Samad building to the lush greenery of our national parks, Malaysians know the country is not short of places that display our national heritage.

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Groups: All sharks vital for the diving industry

PETALING JAYA: Conservation groups are calling for all species of sharks to be protected, saying that these animals are worth more alive than dead to Sabah’s estimated over RM200mil diving industry.

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Big sweep in Semporna

KOTA KINABALU: Having had enough, local authorities in Semporna are getting tough on litterbugs. That means, those dirtying the town will be charged in court and if they are illegal immigrants, deported.