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The U.S.-Sponsored ‘Protest Movement’ in Malaysia | Global Research

Protests rocked the streets of the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur on Saturday, April 28, as an estimated 25,000 people took to the streets in support of Bersih, an organization fighting to reform the nation’s electoral system. The organization refers to itself as ‘The Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections’, comprised of 84 Malaysian non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that form a ...

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Malaysian Police to Investigate Violence at Protest | NYTimes.com

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — The Malaysian police pledged on Monday to investigate violence at a rally supporting free elections that spiraled out of control when protesters broke through barricades in central Kuala Lumpur. The inspector general of police, Ismail Omar, quoted by The Star newspaper, said, “We acted with full restraint for several hours and only took action to disperse ...

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Blood, sweat and fears: the research scientists in Borneo’s rainforests | The Guardian

Two scientists are part of an international team working in Sabah, Malaysia, on one of the most ambitious ecological projects ever undertaken – SAFE, the Stability of Altered Forest Ecosytems. The 10-year study tracks the transition of every aspect of the ecosystem from secondary rainforest, through logging, and conversion to oil palm plantation. The project is the idea of Rob ...

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