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KUALA LUMPUR: Bukit Aman is still trying to extradite three Thai nationals, the main suspects in the attack on two General Operations Force (GOF) personnel in November last year.
GEORGE TOWN: General Operations Force (GOF) officer Sjn Norihan Tari who was injured during a shootout with Thai smugglers has beem discharged from Penang Hospital.
KANGAR (Bernama): Another 15 local men have been remanded for seven days starting Thursday (Dec 3) to assist in investigations over the shootout between the General Operations Force (GOF) members and groups of smugglers at the Malaysia-Thailand border near Padang Besar last week.
ALOR SETAR: The presence of General Operations Force (GOF) personnel was quite visible as they manned the front control post and several observation points along the Malaysian-Thai border in Bukit Kayu Hitam.
KANGAR (Bernama): Police obtained court permission on Wednesday (Dec 2) to extend the remand of three local men and a Thai national suspected of being involved in the shootout between General Operations Force (GOF) personnel and smugglers along the Malaysia-Thailand border on Nov 24.
PADANG BESAR: The mission of the General Operations Force (GOF) 3rd Battalion is still unfinished and incomplete even though their task of guarding the country’s borders on the Malaysia-Thailand border had ended.
PADANG BESAR: Besides having to be always on their toes, some General Operations Force (GOF) members have also honed their intuition to sniff out trouble while they are patrolling and tracking down smugglers and illegal immigrants, says Sjn Che Min Anjang of the 3rd Battalion GOF.
GEORGE TOWN (Bernama): General Operations Force (GOF) personnel Sjn Norihan Tari has been transferred to the general ward in Penang Hospital Sunday (Nov 29) after showing improvement.