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Topic: Pulau Sari

The Borneo Post:
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Body found in Labuan waters not the last of three friends who went missing on fishing trip
The three friends who went missing after they failed to return from a fishing trip off Pulau Sari in Lawas yesterday.
theSun:
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Body of second missing Sarawakian angler found
LAWAS: The body of Farouk Arina Ahmad Sabri, the second angler who was reported missing while out fishing with two other friends at sea near Pulau Sari was found at 11.30pm last night.
The Star:
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Body of second angler found, search for third man continues
LAWAS (Bernama): The body of Farouk Arina Ahmad Sabri, the second angler who was reported missing while out fishing with two other friends at sea near Pulau Sari...
Malaysiakini:
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Body of second missing Sarawakian angler found
The body of Farouk Arina Ahmad Sabri, the second angler who was reported missing while out fishing with two other friends at sea near Pulau Sari was found at 11.30pm last night.
The Borneo Post:
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Missing after fishing trip: Second body recovered, search ongoing for last victim
The dody of second victim Farouk Arlan Ahmad Sabri was found some 450 metres away from where the first body was found in Sungai Labi-Labi. MIRI: The Search and Rescue (SAR) team has recovered the sec...
The Star:
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One of three missing Sarawakian anglers found dead
LABUAN (Bernama): One of the three Sarawakian anglers who were reported missing in Lawas waters was found dead on Tuesday (Sept 10).
Malay Mail:
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MMEA: One of three missing Sarawakian anglers found dead
LABUAN, Sept 10 ― One of the three Sarawakian anglers who were reported missing in Lawas waters was found dead today.
The Borneo Post:
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Missing after fishing trip: SAR team recovers Yeo’s body, two others still missing
Yeo’s body was found by villagers who joined in the SAR operation today.
The Borneo Post:
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Three friends missing after going on fishing trip off Pulau Sari in Lawas
Three friends have been missing since yesterday evening after going on a fishing trip off Pulau Sari in Lawas yesterday.
Free Malaysia Today:
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Sarawak to continue business-friendly policies to attract foreign investments
KUCHING: Sarawak Chief Minister Abang Johari Openg today pledged that the state would continue its business-friendly policies and create a more conducive environment to attract more high-value and hig...
The Star:
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CM: Oil and gas complex will boost development in Sarawak's north
KUCHING: A proposed integrated oil and gas complex in Lawas will help boost development in Sarawak's northern region, says Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.
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