Tue, 19 Mar 2019, 1:52 PM
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Topic: Taman Kota Masai

Free Malaysia Today:
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JOHOR BAHRU: A number of residents have temporarily moved out of pollution-hit Pasir Gudang to escape the toxic chemical waste pollution emitting from Sungai Kim Kim.
Malay Mail:
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JOHOR BARU, March 14 — Concerned about the toxic chemical waste pollution, several residents of Pasir Gudang have begun to shift temporarily elsewhere.
Channel NewsAsia:
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JOHOR BAHRU: Several residents of Pasir Gudang have moved away from the area as the number of people affected by the fumes from the toxic chemical waste pollution rose to 1,900.
Malay Mail:
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KUALA LUMPUR, March 14 — Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad scheduled an impromptu visit to Johor today to personally inspect the Pasir Gudang district hit by contamination from illegally dumped...
The Straits Times:
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KUALA LUMPUR - The illegal dumping of toxic waste into Sungai Kim Kim in Pasir Gudang, Johor, has sickened 506 people and forced the closure of all 111 schools in the area.
EdgeProp.my:
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JOHOR BAHRU (March 10): As many as 2,222 dengue cases have been recorded in the state from January to March 2 this year, with Johor Bahru recording the highest number.
Free Malaysia Today:
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JOHOR BAHRU: A total of 2,222 dengue cases were reported in the state from January to March 2 this year, with Johor Bahru recording the highest number.
Malaysiakini:
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As many as 2,222 dengue cases have been recorded in the state from January to March 2 this year, with Johor Bahru recording the highest number.
theSun:
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JOHOR BARU: The number of people who sought treatment for inhaling poisonous gas that was emitted by chemical waste in Sungai Kim Kim near Pasir Gudang has increased to 79 as of 9.30 pm yesterday.
Free Malaysia Today:
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JOHOR BAHRU: The number of people being treated for inhaling poisonous gas emitting from chemical waste dumped into Sungai Kim Kim near Pasir Gudang here increased to 79 last night.
Malaysiakini:
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The number of people who sought treatment for inhaling poisonous gas that was emitted by chemical waste in Sungai Kim Kim near Pasir Gudang has increased to 79 as of 9.30pm yesterday.
Malay Mail:
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JOHOR BARU, March 9 ― The number of people who sought treatment for inhaling poisonous gas that was emitted by chemical waste in Sungai Kim Kim near Pasir Gudang has increased to 79 as of 9.30pm yes...