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Squatter settlement in Sabah raided, 925 detained

LAHAD DATU: A notorious squatter settlement was raided in a pre-dawn operation where 925 people were detained amid a decision by the local council to demolish the illegal houses in the area. The eight-hour operation that began at 2.30am Saturday, ..., 1 week ago
Sabah squatter colony raided, 925 held Brunei Times, 1 week ago

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Lahad Datu intrusion: Court hears of gruesome killing of six cops

KOTA KINABALU: Six policemen killed in an ambush in Semporna on March 2 last year were found in a gruesome state, the High Court here was told. Investigating officer Insp Jamirin Kintai, who was part of a team to recover the bodies in Kampung ... week ago Six cops killed at Kampung Simunul, Semporna found in gruesome state, court told  The Sun Daily1 week ago Semporna: High Court shown pictures of six brutally murdered policemen  New Straits Times1 week ago

Poachers open fire on Forestry Dept outpost

KOTA KINABALU: A Forestry Depart­ment outpost at a virgin jungle reserve near Lahad Datu was fired upon by two suspected poachers in their attempt to enter the area. The men, who were first seen on a motorcycle by the staff members at the ... month ago Poachers open fire on Malaysia's Forestry Dept outpost  Asiaone1 month ago No wrongdoing by Dept: Sam  Sabah Daily Express2 days ago
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Chinese fish farmer freed after Malaysia kidnapping

A Malaysian policemen checks documentations during a security check in Lahad Datu on March 8, 2013 Yang Zai Lin, believed to have been held by militants from the Abu Sayyaf group, has been freed and will return to China, federal police chief ...
 Bangkok Post1 month ago Filipino gunmen free kidnapped Chinese fish farm manager month ago Chinese fish farmer freed after...  Rappler1 month ago
Malay Mail

Eastern Sabah curfew extended for second time, but hours cut short

Sabah police commissioner Datuk Jalaluddin Abdul Rahman (right) giving the Press Conference at the Lahad Datu district police station. Looking on is Esscom commander Datuk Abdul Rashid Harun. ― Picture by Julia Chan KOTA KINABALU, Aug 19 ― The ...
 Malay Mail1 week ago Curfew Extended  BruDirect3 weeks ago Curfew off Sabah's east coast extended until further notice  New Straits Times4 weeks ago Sabah curfew extended until further notice  Malay Mail4 weeks ago

Honours for Lahad Datu heroes was more significant: Hishammuddin

PASIR GUDANG: Questioning and negating the government's handling of the Lahad Datu, MH370 and MH17 incidents is a case of wild politicking by the opposition. Defence Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein reiterated that the government's ...
 New Straits Times2 days ago THOSE QUESTIONING CEREMONY TO HONOUR MH17 VICTIMS HAVE 'CERTAIN AGENDA' - HISHAMMUDDIN  Kwong Wah eNews1 week ago Three areas in Lahad Datu declared dengue free  Borneo Post Online4 weeks ago RM250 mln to end water woes in Lahad Datu  MySarawak1 month ago
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Hishamuddin nafi penghormatan mangsa Lahad Datu tak sebanding MH17

Menteri Pertahanan Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Hussein menafikan dakwaan sesetengah pihak kononnya kerajaan tidak memberi penghormatan seharusnya kepada anggota keselamatan yang terkorban dalam insiden pencerobohan Lahad Datu tahun lepas sebanding ...
 Yahoo! Malaysia2 days ago Hishammuddin nafi mangsa Lahad Datu tidak diberi penghormatan seperti MH17  Yahoo! Malaysia2 days ago Hisham bidas pihak pertikai istiadat  Malaysia Chronicle1 week ago Pihak pertikai istiadat berkabung MH17 ada agenda tertentu, kata Hishammuddin  Yahoo! Malaysia1 week ago

Lahad Datu: Policeman in tears recounting dead comrades agonies

KOTA KINABALU: A Bukit Aman Special Branch officer broke down in tears in court today, when recounting the tragic moments of his comrades agonies after sustaining injuries which led to their deaths in a skirmish at a water village of Kampung Sri ...
 New Straits Times6 days ago Policeman swam 100-150m from skirmish area, court told  The Sun Daily5 days ago Policeman in tears while recounting tragic moments of dead comrades' agonies  The Sun Daily6 days ago Cop saw comrades' bodies some 10 metres away, court told  The Sun Daily1 week ago

925 illegals picked up in LD; 400 homes to go

Lahad Datu: A total of 925 people, believed to be illegal immigrants, were nabbed in the "Ops Gasak 26" coordinated by the Eastern Sabah Security Command (Esscom) at the Kampung Air water village here. The seven-hour integrated operation which ...
 Sabah Daily Express1 week ago 351 children among 925 illegal immigrants detained in Lahad Datu operation Bernama  Yahoo! Malaysia1 week ago 400 squatter houses to be demolished in Sabah east coast  New Straits Times1 week ago 925 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS DETAINED, 400 SQUATTER HOUSES TO BE DEMOLISHED IN OPS GASAK 26  NAM News Network1 week ago

Insiden Lahad Datu hanya drama, kata perwakilan PKR

Perwakilan PKR daripada Perak Laksamana Pertama (B) Mohamad Imran Abdul Hamid mendakwa insiden pencerobohan tentera Sulu di Lahad Datu tahun lalu hanya drama semata-mata untuk menghadapi Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13 (PRU13). Ahli Parlimen Lumut itu ...
 Yahoo! Malaysia1 week ago
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