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PADANG BESAR: A General Operation Force (GOF) member was shot dead while his patrol partner was seriously injured after they were in a shootout with smugglers at the Malaysia-Thailand border post near here.
Border shootout: Source says one injured smuggler arrested in M'sia, three others captured by Thai police
ALOR SETAR: Commandos from VAT 69 carrying out a sweep of the area where a shootout took place between smugglers and Bidor General Operations Force (GOF) personnel managed to arrest one injured smuggler while three others were nabbed by Thai police at a Hatyai hospital Tuesday (Nov 24), says a reliable source.
BANGKOK (Bernama): Authorities in Thailand have arrested three suspects believed to be involved in a shootout that claimed the life of a Malaysian policeman at the Malaysia-Thailand border in Perlis Tuesday (Nov 24).
PADANG BESAR (Bernama): Police have arrested two smugglers from Thailand suspected to be involved in a shootout at the Malaysia-Thailand border Tuesday (Nov 24) where a General Operations Force (GOF) corporal was killed.
KUALA LUMPUR: Two General Operations Force (GOF) personnel were only armed with pistols when they stumbled upon smugglers early Tuesday (Nov 24), which led to the fatal shooting of Corporal Baharuddin Ramli, says Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Bador.
ALOR SETAR: Orang Asli policeman Kpl Baharuddin Ramli (pic) who was killed was a member of the feared and respected Senoi Praaq, which in the Semai language means “War People”.
ALOR SETAR: The smugglers thought they could escape after shooting two border intelligence operatives and killing one of them, but they underestimated the efficiency of Malaysia’s security forces.
PETALING JAYA: Persatuan Patriot Kebangsaan (Patriot) has commended the bravery and swift action taken by the VAT69 commandos and Senoi Praaq units of the General Operations Force (GOF) that foiled a smuggling attempt at the border in Perlis.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The Dewan Rakyat sitting today (Nov 25) will be extended until 3pm.