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15 min ago | Malaysia Chronicle

Neither BN Nor PR Lineup is Cast in Stone: Impact of S'gor crisis on national politics

After creating history as a political alliance that could pose stiff competition to Barisan Nasional, Pakatan Rakyat is now facing its most bitter test - the sustainability of a pact that is only slightly more than six years old.

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3 hrs ago | Lim Kit Siang

Straw poll gives peek into restive feeling in Sabah, Sarawak

A straw poll has confirmed a trend that Sabah and Sarawak folk are becoming more restive, with many urban Sarawakians even talking openly about leaving the federation.

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13 hrs ago | Malaysian National News Agency

Warriors' Day As Platform To Instil Patriotism

KUALA LUMPUR, July 31 -- Warriors' Day to honour security frontliners in their role as defenders of the country's security and sovereignty, is also a platform to instil patriotism and love for the country particularly among the youth.

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

Malaysia Sun

Putatan Chamber throws its support behind Lui

Putatan: The Putatan Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry has thrown their support for Datuk Michael Lui in the contest for the Sabah United Chamber of Commerce president post.

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Malaysia Sun

Squatters appeal to delay eviction order

Kota Kinabalu: Squatters from close to 200 families have appealed to the Government to consider delaying the order to evict them from their village to make way for the proposed new court complex at Jalan Shariff Osman, here.

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Malaysian National News Agency

Strong Winds, Rough Seas Until Tuesday

KUALA LUMPUR, July 31 -- The strong northwestly wind and rough seas in the waters off Perlis, Kedah and Sabah are expected to continue until this Tuesday.

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Malaysian National News Agency

Tambatuon Dam Project Will Proceed Only When Residents Agree - Abdul Rahman

KOTA KINABALU, July 30 -- Urban Wellbeing Housing and Local Government Minister Datuk Abdul Rahman Dahlan reiterated today that the proposed Tambatuon Dam in Kota Belud would be implemented only when the local residents agree to it.

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Malaysian National News Agency

15 Palestinians Killed In Gaza Were Next-of-kin Of Malaysia's New Palestine Ambassasor

KOTA KINABALU, July 30 -- Fifteen out of 145 Palestinians killed in Gaza, following Israel's latest airstrike and aggression in Gaza were the next-of-kin of the new Palestinian Ambassador to Malaysia, Dr Anwar H. Al Agha.

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Asia News Network

Petaling Jaya: Tourist arrivals to Malaysia to grow despite mishaps

While the recent plane tragedies and the ongoing security concerns in Sabah are expected to cast a shadow on Malaysia's tourism industry, observers say the country will still likely register growth in the number of international tourist arrivals in 2014.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

Daily Express

Batu Sapi villagers living in extreme poverty, says PAS

Kota Kinabalu: Extreme poverty and unhygienic living conditions was how Kelantan PAS Youth Chief Ustaz Fahdli Shaari described his visit to four villages in Batu Sapi, Sandakan recently.

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Malaysian National News Agency

Malaysia's Over 11,000 Radio Ham Operators Can Offer Help In Emergencies

By Kamarul Irwan Alias MELAKA, July 29 -- Malaysia currently has 11,626 amateur radio ham operators who can offer help in emergencies or natural disasters.

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The Star Online

Man dies trying to save his burning house

KOTA KINABALU: Fire swept through a seaside settlement near Sepanggar Bay naval base, killing a man who was trying to save his burning house.

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Jaunted

Sabah: Where to Find the World's Smallest (and Therefore Cutest) Bear

Time to add another novelty to the list of cool things you can see in the jungles of Borneo : The world's smallest bear, the Sun Bear, is now on display at the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre in Sepilok in the Malaysian state of Sabah .

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

Malaysia Chronicle

or Will Goodies from 'Devil' BN Triumph Again? Will 'Allah' swing ...

For all the hysteria surrounding the word "Allah" and whether non-Muslims can use it, the conflict almost never affects the people who use it the most.

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Malaysian National News Agency

Moderate Earthquake Hits Papua New Guinea

KUALA LUMPUR, July 29 -- A moderate earthquake with a magnitude of 5.8 on the Richter scale, hit New Guinea, Papua New Guinea at 7 am today, according to a statement from the Malaysian Meteorological Department.

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NEWS.com.au

Identifying victims 'will take months'

IT'S the heart-stopping moment this couple will never forget. An iceberg collapsed nearby, with huge chunks of ice forming a massive wave that headed straight for them.

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Daily Mail

The final resting place of Victorian-based Van Den Hende family...

'They will be buried together in Australia,' say relatives of five members of Van Den Hende family who were killed in MH17 tragedy The five members of the Van Den Hende family who tragically lost their lives in the fatal MH17 flight will be laid to rest in Australia.

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Sun Jul 27, 2014

The Star Online

Grief and terror dampens mood

Signs of the times: A family walking past a billboard posted with messages of condolence for the flight tragedies and a message against the atrocities in Palestine in George Town, Penang.

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The Star Online

Man facing car theft charge nabbed again for same offence

Stolen property: Supt Chandra discussing with his officers following the recovery of the Toyota Hilux that was hijacked with three children inside at Menggatal town.

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Daily Express

High expectations on the new SUCCC leadership

Kota Kinabalu: The Annual General Meeting of the Sabah United Chinese Chambers of Commerce in Labuan on July 31 is expected to see a new leadership direction.

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