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Jakarta: Indonesia, Malaysia in close contact over haze
JOHOR BARU: The Indonesian government has been in contact with their Malaysian counterparts following the haze situation, says Indonesia Ministry of Foreign...
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Dr M: Malaysia's long-term plan to tackle haze needs support of neighbours
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 16): Malaysia’s long-term planning to address the yearly transboundary haze needs the cooperation of neighbouring countries, including Indonesia, said Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir ...
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Malaysia’s long-term plan to tackle haze needs support of neighbours: Mahathir
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia’s long-term planning to address the yearly transboundary haze needs the cooperation of neighbouring countries, including Indonesia, said Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (p...
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Malaysia to gather haze evidence before writing to Indonesia
PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia is gathering evidence on fires in Indonesia before Dr Mahathir Mohamad writes to Indonesian President Joko Widodo to complain about trans-boundary haze, the prime minister said tod...
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Amid blame game, Dr M insists long-term haze solution requires international cooperation
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 15 — Malaysia needs cooperation from other countries first, particularly neighbouring Indonesia, before it can tackle the annual haze problem on a long-term basis, said Tun Dr Mahath...
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Firm confirms forest fire in its estate
PETALING JAYA: Plantation company Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd (KLK) has confirmed that there was a forest fire in one of its estates in Riau, Indonesia.
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Hazy shade of the heatwave
IT’S now decades into this rinse and repeat story, and miraculously, little has changed.
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Four Malaysian firms behind fires at plantations, claims Indonesia
Indonesia has blamed four Malaysian companies for causing some of the forest fires within its borders.Indonesian Environment Minister Siti Nurbaya Bakar was reported on Friday as saying that they had...
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Up to Jakarta to probe plantation giants over open burning, says Yeo
PUTRAJAYA: The government today said Indonesia has full power to investigate the four Malaysian plantation companies which have been accused of carrying out open burning and contributing to the haze a...
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Malaysian planter KLK confirms fire at land of unit named by Indonesia
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 14 — Plantation conglomerate Kuala Lumpur Kepong (KLK) Bhd admitted today that open burning occurred on land belonging to an Indonesian subsidiary that was sealed off yesterday.
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Sime Darby and IOI refute news report on haze-causing fires in their Indonesia plantations
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 14): Sime Darby Plantation (SDP) has disputed a foreign news agency's report which had claimed that Indonesian authorities had sealed a plantation run by its subsidiary due to haze-...
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Kok concerned over accusation of open burning by Malaysian-owned plantation firms
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 14): Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok has expressed concern over the sealing of land belonging to the subsidiaries of four major Malaysian-owned oil palm plantation companies ...
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KLK confirms forest fire in Indonesian subsidiary's estate
PETALING JAYA: Kuala Lumpur Kepong Bhd (KLK) has confirmed that there was a forest fire in one of its estates in Riau, Indonesia.
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Kok concerned over Indonesia’s accusation of open burning by Malaysian-owned plantation firms
KUALA LUMPUR: Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok Suh Sim (pix) has expressed concern over the sealing of land belonging to the subsidiaries of four major Malaysian-owned oil palm plantation compan...
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Malaysian plantations ‘targetted’ by Indonesia over haze, says oil palm exec
HO CHI MINH: A senior executive of a major oil palm plantation has cast doubts on the accusation by Indonesian authorities that deliberate open burning by subsidiaries of Malaysian plantations has con...
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Indonesia claims four Malaysian firms behind open burning
PETALING JAYA: In an escalating row between neighbours over the regional haze, Indonesia has blamed four Malaysian companies for causing some of the forest fires within its borders.
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Indonesia seals off 29 firms' plantations to curb fires
Indonesia has sealed off plantations operated by 29 companies, including four subsidiaries of Malaysian groups and one Singaporean firm, after fires were detected in their concessions, the government ...
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Sime Darby denies plantation sealed off by Indonesian authorities
PETALING JAYA: Sime Darby Plantation Berhad (SDP) has denied a news report that a plantation owned by its subsidiary has been sealed off by Indonesian authorities as part of efforts to battle fires th...
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Kok concerned over accusation of open burning by Malaysian-owned plantation firms
Kok said the Indonesian authorities’ statement on the haze was a “serious accusation” after an Indonesian minister said the haze originated from Sarawak and the peninsula.
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Sime Darby and IOI refute news report on haze-causing fires in their Indonesia...
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 13): Sime Darby Plantation (SDP) has disputed a foreign news agency's report which had claimed that Indonesian authorities had sealed a plantation run by its subsidiary due to haze-...
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Indonesia seals off plantations operated by 29 firms over fires, including Singapore, Malaysian companies
JAKARTA/KUALA LUMPUR - Indonesia has sealed off plantations operated by 29 companies, including four subsidiaries of Malaysian groups and one Singaporean firm, after fires were detected in their conce...
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Minister sceptical about allegations of open burning at Malaysian-owned plantations in Indonesia
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 13 — Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok Suh Sim has expressed concern over the sealing of land belonging to the subsidiaries of four major Malaysian-owned oil palm plantation ...
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Kok concerned over accusation of open burning by Malaysian-owned plantation...
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 13): Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok Suh Sim has expressed concern over the sealing of land belonging to the subsidiaries of four major Malaysian-owned oil palm plantation co...
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Minister concerned over allegations of burning on land linked to 'respected' Malaysian companies
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s Minister of Primary Industries Teresa Kok expressed concern on Friday (Sep 13) over a statement released by Indonesian authorities regarding the sealing of land owned by su...
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Indonesian authorities taking action against M’sian subsidiary for alleged involvement in forest fires
KUALA LUMPUR: Indonesian authorities are reported to be taking action against a subsidiary of a Malaysian company for allegedly being involved in the forest fires that have been contributing to the ha...
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Claims of open burning at Malaysian-owned plantations in Indonesia serious, says Kok
PETALING JAYA: Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok has voiced concern over the sealing of land owned by subsidiaries of four Malaysian plantation companies which have been accused of deliberately c...
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Indonesian authorities taking action against M'sian subsidiary for alleged involvement in forest fires
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 13): Indonesian authorities are reported to be taking action against a subsidiary of a Malaysian company for allegedly being involved in the forest fires that have been contributing...
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Indonesia rejects Putrajaya's complaints of cross-border haze
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 13): Indonesia today rejected Putrajaya’s complaints about health-impairing haze “drifting from its forest fires across the border”, reported Reuters.
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Haze: IOI, Sime Darby among M’sian firms blamed for Indonesia forest fires
The Indonesian government has named four palm oil companies with Malaysian links as the culprits behind several forest fires in the country, including IOI Corporation and Sime Darby Plantation.
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Yeo: We’re doing our best to tackle haze, all diplomatic channels exhausted
PETALING JAYA: The Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Ministry is doing the best it can to tackle the haze that has affected air quality...
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Indonesia blames Malaysian companies for some forest fires
JAKARTA (Sept 13): Indonesia on Friday blamed four Malaysian companies, including the world's biggest producer of sustainable palm oil, for causing some of the forest fires within its borders, in an e...
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Indonesia blames Malaysian companies for some forest fires
JAKARTA (Reuters): Indonesia on Friday blamed four Malaysian companies, including the world's biggest producer of sustainable palm oil, for causing some of the...
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Haze envelopes several parts of peninsula
PETALING JAYA: Thick haze continued to choke several parts of Malaysia this afternoon with more spots recording unhealthy Air Pollutant Index readings.
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Don't talk only but act fast to combat haze, Asean leaders urged
Gerakan deputy president Oh Tong Keong has urged Asean countries to immediately implement a transboundary law to combat haze pollution.
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Indonesia hits back over haze from forest fires
JAKARTA: Indonesia today rejected Malaysian complaints about hazardous smoke drifting from its forest fires across the border, saying blazes are also raging in parts of Malaysia and on Malaysian-owned...
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Indonesia seals off plantations, including those linked to Malaysian firms, as forest fires rage on
JAKARTA - Indonesia has sealed off plantations operated by at least 30 companies, where fires had been spotted, as it rejected on Friday (Sept 13) Malaysian complaints about hazardous smoke drifting f...
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Indonesia seals off Malaysian-owned plantation for open burning amid haze row
Kuala Lumpur, Sept 13 — Jakarta has sealed land belonging to the Indonesian subsidiary of a Malaysian plantation firm on suspicion of deliberate open burning, in an apparent bid to prove its insiste...
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Indonesia hits back at Malaysia over forest fires
JAKARTA (Sept 13): Indonesia on Friday rejected Malaysian complaints about hazardous smoke drifting from its forest fires across the border, saying blazes were also raging in parts of Malaysia and on ...
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Report: Indonesia acts against M'sian-owned firm, seals land over haze
Indonesian authorities have sealed a plot of land in Riau which belongs to the subsidiary of a Malaysian firm for allegedly being involved in forest fires that contributed to haze in the region, accor...
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Dr M to write to Jokowi over transboundary haze
PETALING JAYA: Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad will be writing to Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) over the transboundary air pollution clogging up the...
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Row between ministers draws mixed reactions
KUALA LUMPUR/JAKARTA • The diplomatic row between the environment ministers of Malaysia and Indonesia has elicited mixed reactions from netizens of both countries as to who is at fault for the hazy ...
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Malaysian PM Mahathir to contact Indonesian President Joko over transboundary haze
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad will write a letter to Indonesian President Joko Widodo about the ongoing transboundary haze, as air quality continues to worsen in his country.
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Not protest letter but to assist Indonesia to put out fires — Malaysian envoy
JAKARTA: Malaysia is not pointing fingers at Indonesia over the current haze problems, instead the country is offering some forms of assistance in tackling the forest fires in several provinces in the...
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PM will write to President Jokowi about transboundary haze
JOHOR BARU: Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (pix) will write to Indonesian President Joko Widodo as soon as possible regarding the transboundary haze issue.
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Dr M to write to President Jokowi about transboundary haze
JOHOR BARU (Bernama): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad will write to Indonesian President Joko Widodo as soon as possible regarding the...
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Whose fault is it? Netizens take sides as Malaysian and Indonesian environment ministers bicker over haze
KUALA LUMPUR - The diplomatic row between the environment ministers of Malaysia and Indonesia has elicited mixed reactions from netizens of both countries as to who is at fault for current hazy condit...
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PM will write to President Jokowi about transboundary haze
JOHOR BAHRU (Sept 12): Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad will write to Indonesian President Joko Widodo as soon as possible regarding the transboundary haze issue.
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Wan Junaidi: MESTECC, federal Environment Minister at fault for not doing enough to tackle haze
Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar KUCHING: The present Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change (MESTECC) is not doing enough to tackle the transboundary haze problem, said for...
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Dr M to write to Indonesian President as row over haze flares
Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin said Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad is writing to Indonesia's leader to raise concerns about the cross-borde...
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Dr M to write to Jokowi as row over haze flares
KUALA LUMPUR: Dr Mahathir Mohamad is writing to Indonesia’s leader to raise his concern about cross-border haze, as a row over smoke from forest fires simmers.
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Malaysian PM to write to Indonesia's leader as row over haze flares
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 12): Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is writing to Indonesia's leader to raise his concern about cross-border haze, Malaysia's environment minister said on Thursday...
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PM will write to President Jokowi about transboundary haze
Downtown Kuala Lumpur is shrouded in haze as API readings continue to increase in the capital.
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Malaysian PM to write to Indonesia's leader as row over haze flares
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad is writing to Indonesia's leader to raise his concern about cross-border haze, Malaysia's environment minister said on Thursday (Sep 12), as a r...
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Dr M to write to Indonesia's Jokowi as row over haze flares, says minister
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 12 ― Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad is writing to Indonesia's leader to raise his concern about cross-border haze, Malaysia's environment minister said today, as...
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Indonesia responsible for haze in Malaysia: Yeo
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has pointed out that Indonesia is responsible for the current haze that has enveloped a major part of Malaysia.
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'Let the data speak for itself': Malaysian minister on transboundary haze from Indonesia
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's environmental minister Yeo Bee Yin refuted her Indonesian counterpart's claims that Malaysia was hiding facts regarding the current haze situation.
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Cabinet discussing ways to manage haze situation: Mahathir
PUTRAJAYA: The Cabinet today discussed ways to manage the ongoing haze situation that has blanketed several parts of the country, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad (pix) said.
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Indonesia responsible for haze in Malaysia, says minister Yeo
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 12): Malaysia has pointed out that Indonesia is responsible for the current haze that has enveloped a major part of Malaysia.
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Malaysian Envoy: Malaysia’s intention is to help deal with haze
JAKARTA (Sept 12): Malaysia is not pointing fingers at Indonesia over the current haze problems, instead the country is offering some forms of assistance in tackling the forest fires in several provin...
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'The facts speak for themselves': Malaysia minister Yeo Bee Yin slams Indonesia's denial of haze
PETALING JAYA - Malaysian Energy, Science, Technology, Environment, and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin says that data clearly shows that Indonesia is responsible for the haze in the country.
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Indonesia responsible for haze in Malaysia, says minister Yeo
KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 12): Malaysia has pointed out that Indonesia is responsible for the current haze that has enveloped a major part of Malaysia.
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Not protest letter but to assist Indonesia to put out fires – Malaysian Envoy
Zainal Abidin Bakar – Bernama Photo JAKARTA: Malaysia is not pointing fingers at Indonesia over the current haze problems, instead the country is offering some forms of assistance in tackling the f...
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Haze not from Indonesia? Let data speak for itself, Bee Yin tells counterpart
KUCHING: Malaysia’s environment minister Yeo Bee Yin has shot back at her Indonesian counterpart, Siti Nurbaya Bakar, for denying that haze from her country was blanketing Malaysia and blaming it in...
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No, we’re not protesting, says envoy over smoke from Indonesia
JAKARTA: Malaysia has denied pointing fingers at Jakarta over the current haze problem, instead saying that it is offering assistance in tackling forest fires in several provinces in Indonesia.
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Haze: Malaysia is not blaming Indonesia, just offering help, says ambassador
JAKARTA: Malaysia is not pointing fingers at Indonesia over the current haze problems, instead the country is offering some forms of assistance in tackling the forest fires in several provinces in the...
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M'sia to Indonesia: Not protest letter, but offer of help to fight forest fires
JAKARTA (Bernama): Malaysia is not pointing fingers at Indonesia over the current haze problem, but is offering assistance in tackling the forest fires in several provinces...
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Minister’s official letter an offer of help to Indonesia, not protest over haze, says Malaysian envoy
JAKARTA, Sept 12 — Malaysia is not pointing fingers at Indonesia over the current haze problems, instead the country is offering some forms of assistance in tackling the forest fires in several prov...
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Cabinet discussed ways to manage haze situation, says Dr M
PUTRAJAYA: Dr Mahathir Mohamad says the Cabinet yesterday discussed ways to manage the ongoing haze situation which has seen several parts of the country blanketed in smog.
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PM: Cabinet has discussed ways to manage haze
PUTRAJAYA, Sept 12 — The Cabinet yesterday discussed ways to manage the ongoing haze situation that has blanketed several parts of the country, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.
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Malaysia alerts Indonesia on alarming impact of forest fires
PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has sent an official letter to the Indon­esian government raising its concerns over the fires in Kali­mantan that are causing unhealthy air pollution...
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Yeo tells Indonesian minister off on haze blame game, and 8 news from yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Haze in region gets worse as hot spots rise
Smoke-filled skies have forced the closure of thousands of schools in Indonesia and Malaysia, and raised tensions between the neighbours over who is to blame for the haze choking the region.
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Cabinet discussed ways to manage haze situation — Dr Mahathir
PUTRAJAYA (Sept 11): The Cabinet today discussed ways to manage the ongoing haze situation that has blanketed several parts of the country, Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.
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Cabinet discussed ways to manage haze situation – Dr Mahathir
Dr Mahathir speaks to reporters after the event.
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Cabinet discussed ways to manage haze situation, says PM
The cabinet today discussed ways to manage the ongoing haze situation that has blanketed several parts of the country, Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad said.
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Don't be in denial, Yeo tells Indonesian counterpart Siti Nurbaya Bakar
Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin has told her Indonesian counterpart Siti Nurbaya Bakar not to be in denial over the cause of haze in the region.
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Putrajaya lying about haze? Stop living in denial, minister tells Indonesian counterpart
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 11 — Yeo Bee Yin today told Indonesian Environment Forestry Minister Siti Nurbaya Bakar not to be in denial after the latter alleged of a cover up by Putrajaya regarding the curre...
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Yeo on Indonesia's denial of haze: The facts speak for itself
PETALING JAYA: Energy, Science, Technology, Environment, and Climate Change Minister Yeo Bee Yin says that data clearly shows that Indonesia is responsible...
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Sarawak has nothing to do with KL haze, deputy CM tells Jakarta
KUCHING, Sept 11 — Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Amar Douglas Uggah Embas today refuted claims by Indonesian Environment and Forestry Minister Siti Nurbaya Bakar that the haze blanketing Kuala...
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Indonesian minister accuses Putrajaya of haze ‘cover-up’, blames Sarawak and peninsula
Downtown Kuching is shrouded in haze.
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Malaysia not transparent about its own forest fires, says Indonesian minister
JAKARTA: Haze that has been shrouding parts of Malaysia did not entirely originate from Indonesia, the archipelago’s Environmental Affairs and Forestry Minister Siti Nurbaya Bakar said on Wednesday ...
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Indonesia says it's not to blame for Malaysian haze
JAKARTA (DPA) - Haze that has blanketed parts of Malaysia and forced the closure of schools came from forest fires in that country, and not from Indonesia, the government in Jakarta said on Wednesday ...
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Punish Indonesia economically for haze, says Sarawak deputy CM
Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister James Masing said Indonesia must be made to “suffer economically” so that it will take the matter of combating haze seriously.
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No transboundary haze from Indonesia to neighbours, says minister
JAKARTA: There has been no recurrence of transboundary haze from Indonesia to neighbouring countries, its Environmental Affairs and Forestry Minister Siti Nurbaya Bakar said on Sunday (Sep 8), as Mal...
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Indonesia president makes moratorium on forest clearance permanent
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has issued a permanent moratorium on new forest clearance for activities such as palm plantations or logging, the environment minister said on Thursday.
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Indonesia to make moratorium on new forest clearance permanent: Minister
JAKARTA: Indonesia's moratorium on new forest clearing for palm plantations or logging operations, which has been regularly extended since 2011, will become permanent, the environment minister said on...
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