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Articles from Malay Mail Online (Petaling Jaya, Malaysia) (August 11, 2019)

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Agriculture Ministry: Aid once storm assessment reports in northern farming areas ready. 428
Air quality in Miri remains at hazardous level, Health Dept warns people to stay indoors. 476
As IPCMC looms, police rank-and-file long for even basic amenities. 738
BSH2019 cash aid programme third phase starts on Aug 28, says Finance Minister. 213
Deputy IGP visits parents of missing Irish teen, spurs searchers working on Aidiladha festival. 353
Dr M joins thousands in Aidiladha prayers at National Mosque. 225
Firefighters battling to contain wildfires, 70 hectares in Kuala Baram ravaged. 296
Group bids to trigger murder investigation on Teoh Beng Hock death. 495
Indonesian missing after falling from fishing boat in Selangor, search continues, says MMEA. 181
Johor crown prince named regent. 178
Langkawi confident of maintaining Unesco Global Geopark status, says LADA CEO. 275
Melaka CM: Religious speaker issue should be settled with discretion. 197
Minister: Lahad Datu Airport to be upgraded. 265
MMEA: Search area for missing Singaporean kayakers in Johor expanded. 250
MTUC: Consider local factors in UN poverty study. 279
Mukhriz: Over 1,000 homes damaged in Kedah storm. 254
Muslims celebrate Aidiladha with spirit of sacrifice. 1181
Penang exco: 20pc of PSR land reserved for construction of affordable homes. 352
PLUS: Slow traffic towards south. 222
Police hotline activated for information on missing Irish teen Nora Anne. 399
Police knocked on more than 30 houses around resort in search of missing Irish teen. 551
Report: Police probe on Najib's sniper attack claim still open. 242
Sabah CM says identifying site to house local wildlife. 412
Sarawak teenager burns car, brother, brother-in-law after squabble. 240
Seeing furious backlash, DAP's Kit Siang pleads with Malaysians for trust and patience. 499
Selangor govt offers aid to over 500 residents after freak storm. 405
Traffic at major Malaysian highways smooth at night, expected to be heavy tomorrow. 249

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