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WITH borders closed since the pandemic reached Malaysian shores, smugglers have been trying hard to bring their criminal trade across by sea.
MALAYSIA’S strategic location makes it an ideal point for vessels to anchor illegally in our waters.
THE Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) is one of the bodies that fishermen rely on when they get into trouble at sea.
FROM a distance, Jambatan Kedua Sdn Bhd (JKSB) auxiliary cop Konstable Mohd Iqmal Hairi Abd Aziz, 26, could see a woman screaming for help in the sea near the Sultan Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah Bridge in Penang.
PONTIAN: Several areas in the west coast of Johor are considered hotspots, serving as entry points for illegal immigrants and the smuggling of banned goods into the state.
WHILE most Muslims observe the fasting month in the comfort of their homes, 27 seamen on board the KM Kimanis patrol vessel observe Ramadan fasting at sea 24/7
THE Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has conducted surveillance and checked over 400 boats since the start of the movement control order (MCO) on March 18.
JOHOR BARU: Some 271 Orang Asli families in the state have received much-needed food aid to ensure they do not go hungry during the movement control order (MCO).
BATU PAHAT: Two fishermen discarded their equipment and made a run for the shores after marine police caught them using outlawed fishing nets.