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Fighting TB in Malaysia

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Download The 24th of March is World Tuberculosis Day.

It’s a worldwide event that aims to raise public awareness of tuberculosis and the efforts made to prevent and treat this disease.

Nabila Ali reports from KL.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 23 March 2013 17:34 )

Hunt Continues to Track Down Surviving Sabah Rebels

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Download The Malaysian military has widened its hunt for Philippine muslim militants in Sabah state on Borneo island.

The expanded 'mopping up' operation followed this week’s all-out assault with fighter jets, mortars and hundreds of troops.

Security authorities' failure to end the crisis which started three weeks ago is politically-awkward for the government of Prime Minister Najib Razak, with elections due to be held by the middle of the year.

Malaysian police have been tight-lipped about casualties, but local reports say at least 27 people have died since the siege began in mid-February.

Sen Lam from Radio Australia is speaking with Yong Kai Ping, CEO of Kini-TV in Kuala Lumpur, which has been following the situation in Lahad Datu.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 09 March 2013 15:44 )

Saving Malaysia’s Mother Tongues

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Download Malaysia is a melting pot for languages in Asia.

More than a dozen local languages and dialects are widely spoken among locals.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 09 March 2013 17:00 )

Malaysian Teenagers in the Dark about Contraception

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Download In Muslim majority Malaysia you can’t buy the popular book ‘Where Did I Come From?” – a children’s sex education book that has been published international for 40 years.

The government banned it last year saying it has elements that undermine social morals.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 02 March 2013 13:53 )

Foreign Workers in Malaysia: Who Protects Them?

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Download There is close to a million Nepalese working in Malaysia.

They come for jobs in manufacturing and construction.

Many never return home.

According to the Nepalese government close to 2,000 of their migrant workers died in the last eight years in Malaysia…. mostly in work site accidents.

As Maran Perianen reports, they have little or no protection.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 February 2013 17:26 )
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