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Topic: Kuala Baram

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MIRI (April 19): The Air Pollutant Index (API) for Miri city reached an unhealthy level early this morning, with a reading of 188 at 5 am.
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MIRI: The Air Pollutant Index (API) for Miri city reached an unhealthy level early this morning, with a reading of 188 at 5am.
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MIRI: Miri city was choking in haze early Friday morning (April 19) with the Air Pollutant Index shooting up to 183 – which is in the unhealthy level.
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MIRI: Big mechanical pumps that can draw water from 2km away are being used to fight the forest fires in northern Sarawak, as firemen continue working round the clock.
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MIRI: The plantation, bush and peat fire, which caused Kuala Baram to be hazy, has been brought under control, with the blaze covering 70ha extinguished late this evening.
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Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department fire-fighters are using huge mechanical pumps to draw up water in order to "flood out" the forest-fires in Kuala Baram district in northern Sarawak.
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MIRI: The Fire and Rescue Department (Bomba) started water-bombing here yesterday to contain the stubborn peat fire affecting over 100 ha of land in Kuala Baram.
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MIRI: Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department firefighters are using huge mechanical pumps to draw water in order to "create" floods to contain the forest fires in Kuala Baram district in northern Sarawak.
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MIRI: A forest fire that has been raging at the Sarawak-Brunei border has spread to about 100ha, which is about the size of 220 football fields.
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MIRI: The blaze that is currently affecting over 100ha of peat soil forested areas as well as farmlands in Kuala Baram here is still going strong, causing the air quality in and around the area to det...
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MIRI, April 15 — The wildfire in Kuala Baram here has spread over 100 hectares, engulfing forests, plantations and peat land, according to the Miri Fire & Rescue Department.
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MIRI (April 16): The wildfire in Kuala Baram here has spread over 100 hectares, engulfing forests, plantations and peat land, according to the Miri Fire & Rescue Department.
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MIRI: The wild fires raging at the Sarawak-Brunei border has grown to 100ha in size – roughly the combined size of 220 football fields.
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MIRI: The Fire and Rescue Department today called on the public here to reduce outdoor activities as the city of Miri is expected to be hazy due to the 70-hectare plantation and peat fire in Kuala Bar...
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MIRI: A forest fire at the Sarawak-Brunei border is raging fiercely, that it can be seen 10km away from the South China Sea.
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MIRI: Choking smog are enveloping residential estates in many parts of Miri and Kuala Baram districts during the night and pre-dawn hours.
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MIRI: A total ban on open burning must be enforced immediately as there are currently at least 10 cases of wildfires raging in Miri and Kuala Baram districts.
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Sarawak Assistant Tourism Minister Datuk Lee Kim Shin said a total ban on open-burning must be enforced immediately as there are at least 10 cases of wildfires raging in Miri and Kuala Baram districts...
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MIRI: Approximately 100 acres of forested bush land have been razed in wildfires in the Kuala Baram and Miri districts.
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MIRI: Forest fires woes are spreading in northern Sarawak.
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Wildfires are raging in the forests and bushland of Kuala Baram district in Miri, Sarawak.
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MIRI: Wildfires are raging in the forests and bushland of Kuala Baram district, north of Miri city.
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MIRI: Sarawak Forestry Corporation (SFC) enforcement units carried out a series of raids throughout Sarawak this week in a statewide operation against abuse of wildlife, rescuing a variety of rare species.
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MIRI: The General Operations Force has seized RM150,000 worth of liquor and cigarettes in Miri.