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Commando’s wife expecting again
IPOH: Nour Shafinar Harun, the widow of Mejar Mohd Zahir Armaya, found out that she was pregnant two days after the tragic death of her husband.
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Bittersweet moment for widow of Major Zahir after discovering she is pregnant
IPOH: Nour Shafinar Harun, wife of the late Major Mohd Zahir Armaya, who died in a live-fire demonstration at the Lok Kawi Camp in Sabah eight days ago, remains patient and strong even after discoveri...
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Major Zahir’s widow says found out she was expecting child two days after husband’s death, thankful for pregnancy
IPOH, Sept 11 — Nour Shafinar Harun, wife of the late Major Mohd Zahir Armaya, who died in a live-fire demonstration at the Lok Kawi Camp in Sabah eight days ago, remains patient and strong even a...
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M'sian commando's widow finds out she is pregnant two days after his tragic death
IPOH - Just two days after the tragic death of commando Mejar Mohd Zahir Armaya, who was killed during a live firing demonstration, his widow learned that she was pregnant.
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Mejar Zahir's widow finds out she is pregnant two days after his tragic death
IPOH: Just two days after the tragic death of commando Mejar Mohd Zahir Armaya, who was killed during a live firing demonstration, his widow learned that she was...
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Commandos are sharp shooters, must be trained well: Patriot president
PETALING JAYA: The use of live ammunition in military exercises, including demonstrations and training, is to instil confidence among elite soldiers, National Association of Patriots (Patriot) said ye...
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Cops believe Major Zahir’s death was due to negligence
Army medical personnel administer first aid to Mohd Zahir after he was shot during the launch gimmick in Lok Kawi, Sabah.
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Cops believe Major Zahir’s death was due to negligence
KUALA LUMPUR: Investigations into the death of Major Mohd Zahir Armaya (pix) who was killed in a demonstration at Lok Kawi Camp on Wednesday indicated negligence.
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Cops believe Major Zahir’s death due to negligence
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 10 ― Investigations into the death of Major Mohd Zahir Armaya who was killed in a demonstration at Lok Kawi Camp on Wednesday indicated negligence.
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Cops believe Mejar Zahir's death likely due to negligence
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Investigations so far into the death of Major Mohd Zahir Armaya, who was killed in a demonstration at Lok Kawi Camp on Wednesday (Sept...
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Curfew in ESSZone extended until Sept 23
KOTA KINABALU: The curfew in the waters of seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone), scheduled to end tomorrow, has been extended to Sept 23, according to Sabah Police Commissioner...
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Curfew in ESSZone extended until Sept 23
Omar Mammah KOTA KINABALU: The curfew in the waters of seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone), scheduled to end tomorrow, has been extended to Sept 23, said Sabah Police Commiss...
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Commando’s death: Police to call several more people for questioning
KUALA LUMPUR: The police are expected to call a few more people for questioning to facilitate investigation into the death of a commando officer who died in a shooting demonstration at Lok Kawi Camp i...
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Cops to question several people over commando's death
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The police are expected to call a few more people for questioning to facilitate investigations into the death of a commando officer who...
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Information on cross-border kidnappers, criminals obtained every week: Sabah Police Commissioner
KOTA KINABALU: Police get information on the movement of cross-border kidnapping and criminal gangs almost every week, said Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah.
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Information on cross-border kidnappers, criminals obtained every week: Sabah police
KOTA KINABALU: Police get information on the movement of cross-border kidnapping and criminal gangs almost every week, according to Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah.
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Two intruders shot dead in Sabah waters
KOTA KINABALU: Two intruders believed to be scouting for targets for a kidnap-for-ransom group were killed after a dramatic shootout with Malaysian security forces off...
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Two killed in shootout with police in Lahad Datu waters
Omar (right) showing the suspects killed in the shootout with Marine Operation Force in Lahad Datu on Sept 3.
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Sabah security forces kill two in shootout at sea near Lahad Datu
KOTA KINABALU, Sept 4 — Two men in a pump boat were shot dead by security forces during a gunfire exchange at sea off Sabah’s east coast late last night.
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Two intruders killed in shootout at sea in Lahad Datu
KOTA KINABALU: Two suspected cross-border criminals were shot dead in a shootout with police in waters off Felda Sahabat in Sabah's east coast Lahad Datu at about...
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Curfew in ESSZone extended to Aug 24
KOTA KINABALU: Curfew in the waters off seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) which ends tomorrow will be extended until Aug 24.
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ESSZone curfew extended to August 24, says Sabah police chief
KOTA KINABALU, Aug 8 ― Curfew in the waters off seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) which ends tomorrow will be extended until August 24.
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ESSZone curfew extended till Aug 9, says Sabah police chief
KOTA KINABALU, July 23 — The 6pm-6am curfew in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) waters which is to end this Thursday has been extended to August 9, Sabah police commissioner Datuk Omar Mamm...
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Duo in fish bombing death remanded another six days
KOTA KINABALU: The remand period for the two men arrested in connection with the death of a dive instructor and two Chinese tourists at Pulau Kalapuan, Semporna, has been extended.
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Deceased diving coach had received death threat before – Police
SEMPORNA: The diving coach who died during a diving activity in Pulau Kelapuan near here on Juy 5 had received a death threat before, police revealed.
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Deceased diving coach had received death threat before: Police
SEMPORNA: The diving coach who died during a diving activity in Pulau Kelapuan near here on Friday had received a death threat before, police revealed.
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Fish-bombing: Indonesian consulate cautions fishermen in Tawau
TAWAU: Indonesian fishermen residing in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) have been cautioned against being involved in fish-bombing activities.
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Sabah police: Autopsy confirms death of divers in Semporna due to blast
KOTA KINABALU, July 10 — An autopsy report on the three dead divers, including two Chinese tourists in Semporna, have shown injuries consistent with a blast, said Sabah police commissioner Datuk Oma...
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Post-mortem confirms three divers died from bomb blast
KOTA KINABALU: The deaths of the three divers in waters off Semporna have been confirmed to be from a bomb blast following the completion of post-mortem examinations done on their remains on Wednesday (July 10).
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Divers’ deaths caused by fish-bombing, police confirm
The bodies of the victims taken onto the mainland jetty.
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Diver, China tourists could have been murdered – CP
Omar KOTA KINABALU: Police have not ruled out the possibility of murder in the death of a dive instructor and two Chinese tourists who were  killed by a fish bomb while scuba-diving at Kulapuan Isla...
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Seven armed robbery suspects detained
Omar (third left) with Zaini (second left), Jauteh (left), Habibi (third right) and other police officers with the seized items.
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Curfew in ESSZone extended to July 25
KOTA KINABALU, July 10 — Curfew in the waters off seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) which ends today will be extended until July 25.
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Cops probe boatmen in fish-bombing incident
KOTA KINABALU: Police are probing deeper into the deaths of three divers – a local diving instructor and two Chinese tourists – in what is believed to be a fish-bombing incident in Semporna.
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Fish bomb: Police nab 10 men, inspect 95 fishing boats in Semporna
KOTA KINABALU: In an operation to combat fish bombing practices, police detained 10 people and conducted an inspection on 95 fishing boats in Semporna waters, up to yesterday.
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Police nab seven, solve five robbery cases in Kota Kinabalu
KOTA KINABALU: Police believed they have solved five robbery cases reported in the district following the arrest of seven suspects comprising three men and four women on July 3.
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Report: Murder not ruled out in police probe into death of divers’ off Semporna
Three people were killed in waters off Pulau Kalapuan off Semporna while underwater on July 5.
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Sabah police considering possibility of murder in diver deaths linked to blast fishing
KOTA KINABALU, July 9 — State police are including murder as part of their investigations on the deaths of three divers including two Chinese tourists here currently thought to be a blast fishing mi...
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Fish bombing case: Police not ruling out murder
KOTA KINABALU: Police are not ruling out murder in the case of the three divers thought to have been killed by fish bombs in Semporna on Friday (July 5).
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Families of 2 Chinese tourists believed killed by fish bombs arrive in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU - The families of two Chinese tourists who were believed to be killed by fish bombs while diving in waters off Semporna district have arrived in Sabah.
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Families of two Chinese tourists believed killed by fish bombs arrive in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU: The families of two Chinese tourists who were believed to be killed by fish bombs while diving in waters off Semporna district have arrived in Sabah.
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Sabah CM: Punish fish bomb users severely
Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal – Bernama file photo KOTA KINABALU: Those involved in the fish bombing incident that killed three divers in Semporna should be severely punished under the law, said Sab...
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Manhunt for suspects over fish bombing deaths
Omar KOTA KINABALU: Police are trying to identify the fishermen who were allegedly responsible for the death of a dive master and two Chinese tourists when they were believed killed by fish bombs whi...
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Hunt is on for fish-bombing suspects
KOTA KINABALU: The police are on the hunt for two suspects in connection with alleged fish-bombing activities that led to the death of three divers in Sabah’s renowned dive site of Semporna on the east coast.
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Police hunting fishermen behind fish bombing incident that left three dead
KOTA KINABALU, July 6 — The police are looking for the fishermen who allegedly used the fish bomb which resulted in the deaths of two Chinese tourists and a local diving coach in waters off Semporna...
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Sabah deputy CM: Enforce heavier penalty against those involved in illegal fish bombing activities
KOTA KINABALU, July 6 — Sabah Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Christina Liew has urged local authorities to bring an end to fish bombing activities following the deaths of two Chinese tourists and their...
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Wannabe cop nabbed for using drugs
KOTA KINABALU: A man who went to an interview for a police constable job at the Tawau police station was nabbed after he tested positive for drugs.
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Two Chinese tourists, divemaster believed killed by fish bombs off Semporna
KOTA KINABALU, July 5 — Two Chinese tourists and their local divemaster are believed to be killed by fish bombs while diving in waters off Semporna in Sabah’s east coast earlier today.
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Wannabe cop goes for interview, gets arrested for drug use
KOTA KINABALU: A man who went for an interview to be a policeman was nabbed at the Tawau police station, after he tested positive for ganja use.
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Kidnapping incident still isolated: Sabah police chief
LABUAN: The kidnapping incident in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) waters is still considered as isolated as it does not happen frequently, said Sabah police commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah.
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Fishermen’s abduction off Lahad Datu was an ‘isolated incident’, says Sabah police chief
LABUAN, July 4 — The kidnapping incident in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) waters is still considered as isolated as it does not happen frequently, said Sabah police commissioner Datuk Om...
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Curfew in ESSZone extended until July 10
KOTA KINABALU: Curfew in the waters off seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) which ends tomorrow, has been extended until July 10.
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Curfew in ESSZone extended until July 10
KOTA KINABALU, June 24 — Curfew in the waters off seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) which ends tomorrow, has been extended until July 10.
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Abu Sayyaf ditches hostages
KOTA KINABALU: The sea gypsy hostages abducted from Lahad Datu on Sabah’s east coast have been found in a village in the Philipines.
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Kidnapping in Lahad Datu waters: Nine victims released
KOTA KINABALU: Nine out of the 10 fishermen kidnapped by militants believed to be linked to the Abu Sayaf terror group in Lahad Datu waters on Tuesday, have been released and are now under the care of...
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Sabah police say nine of 10 abducted fishermen freed in Philippines
KOTA KINABALU, June 22 ― Nine out of the 10 fishermen kidnapped by militants believed to be linked the the Abu Sayaff terror group in Lahad Datu waters on Tuesday, have been released and are now und...
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9 of 10 fishermen kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf released, police confirm
The Philippine military has been hunting Abu Sayyaf Islamic militants who have earned many millions of dollars from kidnapping foreigners and locals since the early 1990s.
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Sources: Nine kidnapped sea gypsies rescued, one still missing
KOTA KINABALU: Philippine security forces are believed to have rescued nine out the ten sea gypsies kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf gunmen on June 18.
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Kidnappers targeting ordinary folks
KOTA KINABALU: Kidnappers prowling Sabah’s waters especially in the east coast are no longer concerned about not getting high-value victims, says Comm Datuk Omar Mammah.
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Eight men held in connection with kidnapping of fishermen in Lahad Datu
KUALA LUMPUR: Eight men have been arrested to help in investigation into the kidnapping of 10 Bajau Laut fishermen (sea gypsies) in Felda waters in Lahad Datu, Sabah yesterday, said CID director Datuk...
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Eight men held in connection with kidnapping of fishermen in Lahad Datu, says CID Chief
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Eight men have been arrested to help in investigations into the kidnapping of 10 Bajau Laut fishermen (sea gypsies) in Felda waters in Lahad Datu, Sabah on Tuesday (June 18), saysCID director Datuk Huzir Mohamed.
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Eight nabbed in Lahad Datu kidnapping probe, says CID chief
KUALA LUMPUR, June 19 — Eight men have been arrested to help in investigation into the kidnapping of 10 Bajau Laut fishermen (sea gypsies) in Felda waters in Lahad Datu, Sabah yesterday, said CID...
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Abductors of Sabah sea gypsies have not contacted authorities, families: Police
KOTA KINABALU: The armed abductors of the 10 Sabah sea gypsies have yet to contact the authorities or anyone else since the incident early yesterday morning, Sabah Police Commissioner Datuk Omar Mamma...
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Abductors of Sabah sea gypsies have not contacted authorities, families – Police
The sea gypsies, aged between 17 and 60, were reportedly abducted by an armed group said to be linked to the Abu Sayyaf, Omar said.  Bernama Photo KOTA KINABALU: The armed abductors of the 10 Sabah ...
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Sabah police suspects Abu Sayyaf took fishermen for ransom, but yet to get notice
KOTA KINABALU, June 19 ― The authorities are treating the armed abduction of 10 Bajau Laut fishermen off Lahad Datu on the Sabah east coast as a kidnap-for-ransom despite not receiving any notice fr...
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Sea gypsies likely abducted for ransom, say police
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police think that the kidnapping of 10 sea gypsies from waters off Lahad Datu, close to international borders on Tuesday (June 18) was for ransom purposes.
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10 Bajau Laut fishermen kidnapped in Lahad Datu waters
KOTA KINABALU: Ten Bajau Laut (Sea Gypsies) fishermen have been kidnapped, believed to be by armed men linked to the Abu Sayyaf terrorist group, in Lahad Datu waters early today.
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Ten fishermen feared abducted by Abu Sayyaf militants off Lahad Datu
KOTA KINABALU, June 18 — Ten Bajau Laut (Sea Gypsies) fishermen have been kidnapped, believed to be by armed men linked to the Abu Sayyaf terrorist group, in Lahad Datu waters early today.
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All abducted fishermen are from neighbouring country – Sabah CM
Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal KOTA KINABALU: Sabah Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal has confirmed that all the 10 fishermen abducted by a group believed to be linked to Abu Sayyaf in the wa...
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Sabah cops: All 10 kidnapped are sea gypsies
KOTA KINABALU: The 10 people who were abducted from waters off Lahad Datu early Tuesday (June 18) are sea gypsies who have have been living in Sabah for decades, says Sabah police commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah.
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10 fishermen feared kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf gunmen off Sabah
KOTA KINABALU (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Suspected Abu Sayyaf-linked gunmen are believed to have abducted 10 fishermen from two boats off Sabah close to the Tawi Tawi chain of islands in southern ...
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Report: 10 fishermen feared kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf-linked gunmen off Lahad Datu waters
The Philippine military has been hunting Abu Sayyaf Islamic militants who have earned many millions of dollars from kidnapping foreigners and locals since the early 1990s.
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10 fishermen feared kidnapped by Abu Sayyaf gunmen off Lahad Datu waters
KOTA KINABALU: Suspected Abu Sayyaf-linked gunmen are believed to have abducted 10 fishing crewmen in Sabah waters close to the Tawi Tawi chain of islands in southern Philippines.
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Zero home break-ins under Ops Selamat during Raya, says Sabah top cop
KOTA KINABALU: There were zero home break-ins for houses registered under the Ops Selamat campaign over the past month, says Datuk Omar Mammah.
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12 held over fighting incidents in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police have rounded up 12 individuals who are believed to have been involved in fights in Penampang and Ranau last week.
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12 held following two separate brawls in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU, June 13 — Sabah police have rounded up 12 individuals who are believed to have been involved in fights in Penampang and Ranau last week.
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Those inciting hatred, racial tension will be hauled up, warns Sabah top cop
KOTA KINABALU: Those inciting hatred and causing racial tension in Sabah will be hauled up and investigated, says state police commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah.
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Police: Two reports lodged in Sabah over sex video
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah says two police reports have been lodged in the state over a viral sex video.
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Viral sex video can't be an inside job, says Sabah PKR chief Christina Liew
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah PKR chairman Datuk Christina Liew believes that someone is setting up party deputy president Datuk Seri Azmin Ali by linking him to a gay sex video spread via social media, but is adamant that it is not an "inside job".
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Sabah top cop says Bukit Aman probing gay sex video taken in Sandakan hotel
KOTA KINABALU, June 12 — Federal police have taken charge of investigating a viral homosexual video implicating a federal minister, Sabah police said today.
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Bukit Aman handling sex video probe, says Sabah police chief
KOTA KINABALU: Bukit Aman is investigating the viral sex video of two men, believed to be recorded in a hotel room in Sandakan, says Sabah police commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah.
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Sabah gambling syndicates shifting base to rural areas: Cops
TAWAU: Gambling syndicates in Sabah are now shifting their operations into rural areas and villages, police said yesterday.
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Cops: Sabah gambling syndicates shifting base to rural areas
TAWAU, June 10 — Gambling syndicates in Sabah are now shifting their operations into rural areas and villages, police said today.
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ESSZone curfew extended to June 25
KOTA KINABALU, June 9 — The 6pm to 6am curfew involving the waters of seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (ESSZone) which is to end tomorrow, has been extended to June 25, Sabah polic...
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Esszone curfew extended to June 25
KOTA KINABALU (Bernama): The 6pm to 6am curfew involving the waters of seven districts in the Eastern Sabah Security Zone (Esszone) has been extended to June 25, Sabah police commissioner Datuk Omar Mammah announced in a statement here Sunday (June 9).
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Grab drivers should be cautious, avoid suspicious passengers: Azis
KOTA KINABALU: Deputy Home Minister Datuk Mohd Azis Jamman (pix) has advised Grab drivers to be careful when picking up passengers.
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Deputy Home Minister: Grab drivers should be cautious, avoid suspicious passengers
KOTA KINABALU (Bernama): Deputy Home Minister Datuk Mohd Azis Jamman has advised Grab drivers to be careful when picking up passengers.
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Singer Lin caught parking Ferrari illegally in Taiwan
SINGAPOREAN singer-songwriter JJ Lin (pic) was caught parking his Ferrari 458 illegally in Taipei, reported China Press.
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Grab extends condolence over murdered driver, says committed to driver-passenger safety
KOTA KINABALU: Grab Malaysia has extended its condolences to the family of Mohd Hanafiee Jaafar, the driver of the e-hailing service who was recently murdered in a robbery here.
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On social media, Grab faces backlash over safety measures after Sabah driver’s death
KOTA KINABALU, May 29 — E-hailing service Grab’s social media accounts have been flooded with angry comments following the death of one of its drivers here recently, after he was killed by two mal...
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Grab driver robbed and killed
KOTA KINABALU: Missing Grab driver Mohd Hanafiee Jaafar has been murdered in a robbery, said the police after they tracked down his last two passengers who confessed to the crime.
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Two suspects held over missing Grab driver
KOTA KINABALU: Police have nabbed two men including a foreigner believed to be involved in the case of a Grab driver who was reported missing last Friday.
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Four boys, 15, detained in convenience store robbery case
KOTA KINABALU: Four 15-year-old boys have been arrested on suspicion of robbing a 24-hour convenience store at the Towering commercial center on May 23 near here, say the police.
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Police nab two men in Grab driver murder case
KOTA KINABALU: Missing Grab driver Mohd Hanafiee Jaffar, 27, was murdered in a robbery and two suspects have been detained, say the police.
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Cops nab two Grab passengers suspected of murdering driver in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU, May 28 — Two men in their 20s have been arrested following the discovery of a corpse in Tuaran, Sabah in a case believed to be related to the case of a Grab driver missing for the pas...
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Police crack high-tech car theft case in Sabah
KOTA KINABALU: A gang of tech-savvy car thieves has been busted following a series of thefts that resulted in nearly RM1mil in losses.
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Sabah cops probing illegal citizenship claims
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police are investigating the alleged illegal registration of immigrants applying to be Malaysian citizens.
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Sabah police probing claims of illegal immigrants being registered
KOTA KINABALU: Sabah police are investigating allegations of illegal immigrants being given Malaysian citizenship registration forms.
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Family seeks Grab driver missing for two days in Sabah after blood stains found in car
KOTA KINABALU, May 27 — The family of missing Grab driver Mohd Hanafiee Jaffar have been driving around aimlessly to look for him in the past two days since his disappearance last Saturday morning.
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Car theft gang busted following four arrests
KOTA KINABALU: A gang of tech savvy car thieves have been busted following a series of thefts amounting to about RM1mil around the city over the past few weeks.
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