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Indonesia pins blame on M'sian firms and 10 things that happened yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Authorities urged to solve environmental and health issues of Orang Asli
We are a group of doctors who served the Jabatan Hal Ehwal Orang Asli (JHEOA), stationed at Hospital JHEO, at Batu 6 Jalan Gombak in the late Seventies.
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Save the Orang Asli, our fellow Malaysians
WE are a group of doctors who served the Orang Asli Affairs Department (Jabatan Hal Ehwal Orang Asli or JHEOA) while stationed at Hospital JHEOA, at Batu 6, Jalan Gombak, in the late 1970s.
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Malaysia's indigenous tribes fight for ancestral land and rights in a modern world
ROMPIN, Pahang: It was a Saturday afternoon, and garbage compactor trucks were rolling into the 4.9ha solid waste landfill at Muadzam Shah in Pahang’s Rompin district to dump their contents.
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NRD ordered to register all Orang Asli in Kuala Koh
The National Registration Department is required to ensure that all Orang Asli in Kuala Koh are registered regardless of their age so that they would not miss out on the benefits enjoyed by Malaysians...
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Why Orang Asli reforms are so urgent
COMMENT | At present, not a week goes by without reports of new hardship faced by Indigenous peoples in Peninsular Malaysia.
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Pigeon faeces ruled out as contaminant
PETALING JAYA: The Health Ministry has ruled out pigeon droppings as a contaminant that caused vomiting and breathing difficulty among pupils of SK Tanjung Puteri Resort in Pasir Gudang, Johor.
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Pigeon droppings not a factor in Pasir Gudang health woes, says Dzulkefly
PETALING JAYA: The health ministry has denied claims that pigeon droppings could be a factor contributing to the health woes seen at Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Tanjung Puteri Resort, Pasir Gudang, Johor,...
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Pigeon droppings not a factor in Pasir Gudang health woes
PETALING JAYA (July 25): The Health Ministry has denied claims that pigeon droppings could be a factor contributing to the health woes seen in Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Tanjung Puteri Resort, Pasir Guda...
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Don't mislead public by talking about 'sustainable' rare-earth mining
MP SPEAKS | As the expiry of Lynas’s operating licence looms near, Water, Land and Natural Resources Minister Dr Xavier Jayakumar and his ministry’s officials have heightened their advocacy for th...
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Tit-for-tat show of force by Anwar and Azmin and 9 other news items you may have missed
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Bateq folk want govt assurance
GUA MUSANG: The Kampung Kuala Koh Orang Asli villagers here called for assurance from the Federal Government that they will not have to experience another spate of deaths in their community.
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MCA may set up committee to look into Bateq community's needs
GUA MUSANG: MCA is thinking about setting up a committee to look into the welfare of the Orang Asli community in Kampung Kuala Koh here.
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Health Ministry urged to explain spate of deaths in Kg Kuala Koh
GUA MUSANG: The Health Ministry needs to quickly tell the Orang Asli of Kampung Kuala Koh the truth about the spate of deaths in the village, says MCA deputy president Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon.
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DPM hails Nadma's role in handling of Kuala Koh crisis
PARLIAMENT | The involvement of the National Disaster Management Agency (Nadma) in handling the health crisis in Kuala Koh, Gua Musang, helped it formulate a more effective disaster management strateg...
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MACC looking into claims of graft in Kuala Koh
The MACC has obtained information about possible corruption in Kampung Kuala Koh in Gua Musang, which recently came to national attention.
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MACC looking into claims of possible graft in Kuala Koh
KOTA BARU (Bernama): The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) has obtained information of possible corruption in Kampung Kuala Koh, the rural settlement in Gua Musang, Kelantan which came under the spotlight recently.
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Another death recorded
KUALA LUMPUR: Another death relating to the measles outbreak among the Orang Asli has been reported, making it the fourth death confirmed by the Health Ministry.
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More needs to be done to help Bateq tribe
LETTER | The recent tragedy of the deaths of 15 Bateq tribe members of the Orang Asli community in Kuala Koh, Kelantan, has blemished the image of Malaysia.
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Govt urged to carry out more tests to rule out manganese poisoning behind deaths of Orang Asli
Manganese poisoning should not be excluded as one of the possible causes of the deaths of the Bateq people in Kuala Koh, Kelantan says medical expert Dr Steven Chow.
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Doctor: Rule out manganese poisoning as a factor in Bateq deaths
KUALA LUMPUR: Manganese poisoning should not be excluded as
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Kuala Koh restriction may be lifted soon
KOTA BARU: The Red Zone restriction imposed on Kuala Koh in Gua Musang, the settlement of Orang Asli from the Bateq tribe, may be lifted next week barring any deterioration of the current health environment.
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Measles outbreak among Orang Asli in remote Malaysia catches national attention
KUALA LUMPUR - The Malaysian government is expected to remove next week a "red zone" status in a remote district in Kelantan peopled by a tribe of the aboriginal Orang Asli, following the deaths of 15...
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‘Kuala Koh infant mortality rate higher than national average’
KUALA LUMPUR: The infant mortality rate of Orang Asli in Kampung Kuala Koh, Gua Musang, Kelantan, is significantly higher than the national average and lack of accessible healthcare is a major reason, says anthropologist Dr Aya Kawai.
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Jakoa: We are still waiting for full results of Bateq deaths probe
KUALA LUMPUR: Investigations on the cause of death among the Orang Asli in Kampung Kuala Koh, Gua Musang, Kelantan is still ongoing even though measles has been cited as the cause of death, says the Orang Asli Development Department (Jakoa).
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Bar Council: Federal, state governments have too much power over Orang Asli
KUALA LUMPUR, June 27 — The Bar Council and NGO Pusat Komas called today for legal reforms to free the Orang Asli from excessive federal and state powers over their lands and even ethnicity.
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Water sources near Orang Asli village mostly pollution-free
PETALING JAYA: Tests have confirmed that the water sources near Kampung Kuala Koh are mostly free from pollution except for high levels of iron and manganese, says an expert.Water quality specialist Dr Zaki Zainudin said samples taken from the water sources near the Orang Asli settlement showed that the water was “relatively clean”.
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Kelantan religious council’s conversion plans for Orang Asli unconstitutional, claims NGO
KUALA LUMPUR, June 24 — The Kelantan Islamic Religious and Malay Customs Council’s (Maik) plan to convert Orang Asli to Islam is against the Federal Constitution, Pusat KOMAS claimed.
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Bodies of Bateq tribespeople buried in Kuala Koh Muslim cemetery
The bodies of five Orang Asli from the Bateq tribe, who were believed to have died of measles, were given a final prayer at the Tengku Faiz Petra Mosque in Gua Musang before being buried at the Kampun...
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Three new cases detected in Kg Kuala Koh
KUALA LUMPUR: Three more Orang Asli of the Bateq tribe were found to be infected with respiratory-related illnesses in Kampung Kuala Koh, says Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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Only four Orang Asli still at Hulu Terengganu Hospital, says Kelantan Health Director
KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama): As of Saturday (June 22), only four Orang Asli patients are still warded at the Hulu Terengganu Hospital in Kuala Berang, says Kelantan Health Director Dr Mohd Jusoh.
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Kuala Koh: 3 more cases of breathing difficulties reported among Orang Asli
Three more new cases of respiratory illness were reported among the Bateq tribe in Kampung Kuala Koh, Gua Musang, Kelantan.
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Health Ministry: Three more cases of respiratory illness reported in Kg Kuala Koh
KUALA LUMPUR: Three new cases of Orang Asli being infected with respiratory-related illnesses were reported in Kg Kuala Koh, says Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.
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Public urged to make full use of govt clinics
GOPENG: The public, especially the Orang Asli community, should make full use of government clinics, says Dr Lee Boon Chye.
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Time Orang Asli are treated with respect
LETTER | It is regrettable that we have to learn from tragedy.
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Gov't drawing up nutrition programme for Orang Asli children
The Health Ministry will cooperate with the Education Ministry and the Orang Asli Development Department (Jakoa) to ensure that the Orang Asli community, especially children, obtain sufficient nutrien...
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Health Ministry: Nutrition and immunisation of Orang Asli must be improved
GOPENG: The Health Ministry, together with the Education Ministry and Orang Asli Development Department (Jakoa), is planning to educate the Orang Asli on the importance of proper nutrition.
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Six more down with measles in Kuala Koh
PUTRAJAYA: Six more new cases of Orang Asli in Kg Kuala Koh confirmed to have been infected with measles were detected but there are no new respiratory-related illness cases, said the Health Ministry.
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Health Ministry denies taking too long to help Orang Asli tribe in Gua Musang
KUALA LUMPUR, June 20 — The Ministry of Health (MoH) today denied claims it took too long to help the Orang Asli from the Bateq tribe in Kuala Koh, Gua Musang who were infected with measles.
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Another six measles cases confirmed in Kg Kuala Koh, bringing total to 43
PUTRAJAYA: Six more cases of measles have been confirmed among the Orang Asli in Kg Kuala Koh but there are no new respiratory-related illnesses being reported as of Tuesday (June 18), says the Health Ministry.
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Jakoa says doing its best to respond to Orang Asli plight
PETALING JAYA: Responding to criticisms about its supposed lack of empathy for the Orang Asli, the Department of Orang Asli Development (Jakoa) listed out several initiatives it has carried out to improve the lives of the Bateq in Kuala Koh.
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‘Bateq not being relocated’
PETALING JAYA: Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department P. Waytha moorthy and the Orang Asli Development Department (Jakoa) have denied that the Bateq in Kampung Kuala Koh will be moved to another location after the tribe was hit by a fatal measles outbreak.
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Jakoa succeeds in persuading Orang Asli to return home
The Orang Asli Development Department (Jakoa) has succeeded in persuading more than 100 villagers from the Bateq tribe in Kampung Kuala Koh who moved to the jungle area due to the measles outbreak to ...
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Post-mortem on 14 Bateq completed, says police
Autopsies on all the 14 bodies and skeletons of the Orang Asli from the Bateq tribe in Kampung Kuala Koh, Gua Musang have been completed, said Kelantan Police Chief, Datuk Hasanuddin Hassan.
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Waytha: No plans for Orang Asli dept to relocate the Bateq
KUALA LUMPUR: The Orang Asli Development Department (Jakoa) denies it plans to move the Orang Asli in Kuala Koh to another location, says Minister in the Prime Minister's Department P. Waytha Moorthy.
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Waytha denies Nik Amar's claim of plans to relocate Kuala Koh Orang Asli
Minister in the Prime Minister's Department P Waythamoorthy has denied Kelantan Deputy Menteri Besar Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah's claim that the government plans to relocate the Orang Asli community from ...
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More Orang Asli down with measles
PETALING JAYA: Seven Orang Asli from Terengganu and four from Pahang have now been confirmed to have measles following an outbreak in Kampung Kuala Koh, Gua Musang, Kelantan, said the Health Ministry.
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Now 11 Orang Asli in Pahang, Terengganu down with measles
PETALING JAYA: The health ministry has received reports of measles cases involving Orang Asli from Hulu Terengganu in Terengganu and Jerantut in Pahang.
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Kelantan thanks DPM for ruling out pollution as cause of death
The Kelantan state government is thankful for the statement issued by Deputy Prime Minister Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail confirming the death of 15 individuals from the Bateq tribe in Kampung Kuala Koh, G...
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Health Ministry: 20 cases of suspected measles among Orang Asli in two states
PETALING JAYA: After the Kampung Kuala Koh measles outbreak, the Health Ministry has now received reports of 20 cases of suspected measles at two Orang Asli villages in Terengganu and Pahang.
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Measles deaths should not happen in this day, says Dr Subra
Former health minister Dr S Subramaniam has lamented the tragic deaths of 15 Orang Asli villagers in Kelantan, saying that it should not have happened in this day and age.
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Another Orang Asli man in hospital
KUALA TERENGGANU: Another Orang Asli from Kampung Sungai Berua has been admitted to the Hulu Terengganu Hospital in Kuala Berang here after showing symptoms of respiratory tract infection (RTI), bringing the total number of patients warded there to 10.
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Outbreak is a ‘wake-up’ call
PUTRAJAYA: The common measles, combined with a fragile im­mune system and severe malnutrition, have been cited in the possible deaths of 15 Orang Asli of Kampung Kuala Koh in Gua Musang, says the Health Ministry.
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Disbelief after measles identified as the cause
PETALING JAYA: The Bateq people and NGOs are in disbelief that the cause of the mysterious illness which killed 15 Orang Asli from Kampung Kuala Koh is measles.
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Jakoa to spring clean Bateq settlement
GUA MUSANG: The Orang Asli Development Department (Jakoa) will organise a large-scale gotong-­royong to clean up the settlement of the Bateq community in Kampung Kuala Koh.
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Measles blamed for Bateq death, and 9 other things that happened yesterday
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Orang Asli toddler latest victim to succumb to mysterious illness, death toll now at 15
PETALING JAYA - A three-year-old Bateq child from Kampung Kuala Koh died on Sunday (June 16), bringing the death toll of the Orang Asli tribe who have been plagued by a mysterious illness to 15.
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Bateq toddler died of measles, says Kelantan MB
Kelantan Menteri Besar Ahmad Yakob confirmed that a three-year-old Bateq toddler's death was due to measles.
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Health Minister: Disease affecting Kampung Kuala Koh is measles
PUTRAJAYA: The disease that has affected the Orang Asli of Kg Kuala Koh in Gua Musang has been identified as measles by the Health Ministry.
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The continuous tragedies of the Orang Asli people
LETTER | The Orang Asli, who are natives of Malaysia, have been treated like most Indigenous people worldwide – savagely.
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Frankly Speaking: Orang Asli deserve better
The plight of Orang Asli from the Bateq tribe in Gua Musang came under the spotlight after two villagers were reported to have died of pneumonia earlier this month.
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Three-year-old Bateq toddler dies, death toll hits 15
The three-year-old Orang Asli toddler from Kampung Kuala Koh who was hospitalised at a Kota Bharu hospital’s intensive care unit (ICU) passed away yesterday evening.
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Orang Asli toddler latest victim to succumb to mysterious illness, death toll now at 15
PETALING JAYA: A three-year-old Bateq child from Kampung Kuala Koh died on Sunday (June 16), bringing the death toll of the Orang Asli tribe who have been plagued by a mysterious illness to 15.
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Supernatural aura in search of graves
PETALING JAYA: The tragedy that has befallen the Bateq community in Kelantan has provided a glimpse to others into their secluded world.
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Semaq Beri clan leaves settlement due to ‘uninvited guests’
HULU TERENGGANU: “Uninvited guests” from the Bateq tribe from Kampung Kuala Koh, Gua Musang, saw over 150 villagers of the Semaq Beri tribe leaving their homes in Sungai Berua here since two weeks ago.
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1MDB co-conspirators jailed in Abu Dhabi, and 7 things that happened yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Chemistry Dept denies samples taken from different river
The Chemistry Department has denied a non-governmental organisation's claim that it took samples from another river and not from Sungai Lebir, the river that the Orang Asli of the Bateq tribe in Kampu...
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150 Orang Asli leave Sg Berua settlement after arrivals from Kuala Koh
Worried about the presence of ‘uninvited guests' from Kampung Kuala Koh, Gua Musang, more than 150 Orang Asli from the Semaq Beri tribe have reportedly left their homes at Sungai Berua over the past...
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Remains of four more Orang Asli expected to be retrieved, says Kelantan CPO
KOTA BARU (Bernama): Police will bring out four more bodies of Orang Asli from the Bateq tribe in Kampung Kuala Koh on Sunday (June 16), if the weather permits.
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Four more Bateq bodies to be brought out today, weather permitting
Police are expected to bring out four more bodies of Orang Asli from the Bateg tribe in Kampung Kuala Koh that were found in the search operation codenamed “Operasi Bateq”, today.
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Shining a light on the plight of the vulnerable
THE long suffering Bateq community in Kampung Kuala Koh is finally getting the help and attention it needs from the government.
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Lee: Vital to find cause of mysterious illness
PETALING JAYA: More efforts should be made to find out the cause of the mysterious illness plaguing the Orang Asli of Kuala Koh, says Eco World Foundation chairman Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.
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Ex-NS camp put to good use
GUA MUSANG: Preparations are being made to turn a former National Service camp into a temporary shelter for the Bateq people now recovering from a mysterious illness.
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Police remove another body for post-mortem
GUA MUSANG: Police have removed the body of another Orang Asli from a site near here for a post-mortem as an investigation into the mysterious deaths of members of the Bateq tribe continued.Gua Musang police chief Supt Mohd Taufik Maidin said the body is believed to be that of Mek Nab a/p Tebu, 63, who died on May 2.
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Orang Asli patients at Hulu Terengganu hospital stable
All seven Orang Asli patients from Kuala Koh, Gua Musang, Kelantan who were warded at the Hulu Terengganu Hospital for cough and breathing difficulties are still being treated at the hospital.
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All seven Kuala Koh patients at Hulu Terengganu Hospital still being treated
KUALA TERENGGANU (Bernama): All seven Orang Asli patients from Kuala Koh, Gua Musang, Kelantan, who were warded at Hulu Terengganu Hospital for coughs and breathing difficulties are still being treated at the hospital.
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Former NS camp turned into shelter for the Bateq community
Preparations are being made to turn a former National Service camp into a temporary shelter for the Bateq people who are recovering from a mysterious illness.
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Police exhume one more Orang Asli body
Police today brought out another body of the Bateq tribe from a site identified on Wednesday to undergo a postmortem at Gua Musang Hospital at about 4 pm this evening.
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DPM: We need to find tipping point
GUA MUSANG: The Health Ministry is working towards determining the illness which has killed 14 Bateq people since last month, says Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail.
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Cops nab Haziq and 9 things that happened yesterday
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Remains of three Orang Asli taken to Gua Musang Hospital for post-mortem
GUA MUSANG: The remains of three victims who are believed to have died from a mysterious disease in the Kuala Koh Bateq settlement have been brought out from their final resting places in the settlement.
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Water samples near Kuala Koh Orang Asli settlement free from contaminants, says DOE
GUA MUSANG: Water samples taken from the manganese mine and water catchment areas close to the Kuala Koh Orang Asli settlement are free of contaminants, reveals a study by the Environment Department.
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Wan Azizah arrives in Gua Musang over pneumonia cases involving Bateq Orang Asli community
GUA MUSANG (Bernama): Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail has arrived at the Felda Aring 10 Hall to find out the latest development in pneumonia cases involving the Orang Asli community in Kampung Kuala Koh here.
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‘Illness may be from Pahang’
GUA MUSANG: Despite a lack of modern amenities and threats from a mysterious illness, the Bateq people at Kampung Kuala Koh are not about to leave their village.
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Eight of 12 Bateq graves found
National Unity and Social Well-being Minister P. Waytha Moorthy on Thursday said authorities had found eight out of the 12 Bateq graves in the Kuala Koh Orang Asli settlement.
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Body of Bateq man exhumed for second post-mortem
GUA MUSANG: The body of a Bateq man buried in the forest near Kampung Kuala Koh has been exhumed for a second post-mortem examination.
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Waytha Moorthy: Eight of 12 Bateq graves found so far
GUA MUSANG: Search and recovery operations here have found eight out of the 12 Bateq graves in the Kuala Koh settlement.
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Orang Asli boy in critical but stable condition - Waythamoorthy
The three-year-old Orang Asli boy from the Bateq tribe, Nasri Rosli, who is suffering from pneumonia, is in critical but stable condition, said Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department P Waythamo...
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Need to address root cause
SAHABAT Alam Malaysia (SAM) is extremely saddened by the deaths and ill health of the Bateq community living in Kampung Koh, Gua Musang, Kelantan.
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First Bateq grave found
GUA MUSANG: The orang asli settlement in Kuala Koh has been declared a restricted zone as authorities work to locate 12 resting places of residents believed to have died of a mysterious illness.
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Azmin denies being in sex video, and 7 other things that happened yesterday
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Police find skeletal remains near Kampung Kuala Koh in Kelantan
GUA MUSANG (Bernama): The police have found human skeletal remains believed to be of a person from the Bateq tribe approximately seven kilometres from Ladang Aring 10 here at 4.30pm Wednesday (June 12).
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Stop M'sia from being world’s top plastic dumping site!
LETTER | I never thought I would live to see such headlines in the news; that Malaysia has become “the world’s top dumping site for plastic waste”.
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Essential items being ferried to Kg Kuala Koh villagers, says Waytha
Stricken villagers from Kampung Kuala Koh, Gua Musang, Kelantan where 14 Orang Asli have died, have a steady supply of essential food items, clean water and medical supplies.
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Kelantan denies water pollution behind Kuala Koh outbreak
Kelantan Deputy Menteri Besar Mohd Amar Nik Abdullah today said that the pneumonia outbreak among the Orang Asli community in Kampung Kuala Koh had nothing to do with water pollution or logging.
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Time to honour our original people
COMMENT | The latest deaths of 14 Orang Asli from the Bateq tribe, the country’s last indigenous nomadic community in Kuala Koh, Kelantan, with scores more hospitalised is a tragedy Malaysians shoul...
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Miliary tuberculosis could be cause of illness
OUR nation is now concerned over the deaths of 14 Orang Asli from the Bateq community in Kuala Koh, Kelantan.
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Yoursay: Severe neglect suffered by Orang Asli is shameful
YOURSAY | ‘Malaysia will be judged by the rest of the world based on how we treat our indigenous peoples.’ Orang Asli community dying from neglect, appalling conditions, says doc EmEmKay: The PAS-...
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Police will need time to locate graves of 12 outside of village
KOTA BARU: The police operation to locate the graves of 12 Orang Asli from the Bateq tribe, said to have died mysteriously in Kampung Kuala Koh here over the past month, will take some time, Kelantan police chief Datuk Hasanuddin Hassan said.
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NGOs to file MACC report over illegal mine
PETALING JAYA: A group of Orang Asli will file a complaint to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) in Temerloh on the allegations of illegal mining in Kuala Koh.
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