Malaysian News Bulletin: Mon 12/11/12

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Monday 12th November 2012


1. “JOHOR BAHRU: Four robbers tried to take a 10-year-old child hostage after they ransacked his house in Johor Baru on Saturday. His 30-year-old distressed mother pleaded with the robbers not to take her son away.”


2. “KAJANG: A stench persisting for three days led a security guard to a body of a woman lying in an abandoned bus.”


3. “KUALA LUMPUR: The number of flood victims in Selangor rose to 1,327 people Monday morning compared to 1,273 people Sunday night.”


4. “KUALA LUMPUR: Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong (LDP) is offering a 60 sen discount to its users in conjunction with the Deepavali celebration Tuesday, the Malaysian Highway Authority (LLM) said in a statement here Monday.”


5. “SUBANG JAYA: Hundreds of devout Catholics and a smaller number of curious onlookers are continuing to gather at the Sime Darby Medical Centre here to see for themselves an image said to resemble the Virgin Mary.”


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