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CNN: Malaysian Floods - Rais: Charge America for Killing Civilians?
31/10/2001 3:07 pm Wed
[Banjir di KL sepatutnya tidak ujud jika pemimpin BN memang berwawasan
membangunkan negara. Kita harap Rais Yatim mendakwa juga kerajaan Malaysia
kerana membunuh banyak insan di negara ini. Wawasan mereka rupanya membawa
bencana dan mala petaka ..... Cuba hitung sudah berapa banyak musibah dan
penyakit pelik-pelik yang sudah muncul di negara kita dan semuanya itu
mengerikan belaka. Ada lagi yang bakal tiba dan kali ini mungkin lebih dahsyat
dan lebih ramai yang akan merana. Tuhan mengirim itu semua untuk mengajar
manusia malangnya ramai yang masih buta walaupun memiliki berpasang mata.
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- In the wake of another flood that swept the
capital, Malaysian authorities have responded by announcing 27 flood
Federal government funding to the tune of RM135 million (US$35.5 million)
is to be directed to a range of projects expected to be completed by
September 2003, Malaysia's New Straits Times newspaper reported.
The main project under the package concerns building an underground
Kuala Lumpur was hit Monday by flash flooding less than six months after
the worst floods in 30 years hit the city center on April 26.
Following a fierce thunderstorm that lasted for two hours, major parts of the
city centre were submerged in water, damaging properties and causing
massive traffic jams.
About 100 cars were also submerged in water at various locations in the
city centre as the flood waters rose quickly.
The hardest hit area was Kampung Periuk in Kampung Baru where some
40 families were evacuated after water rose to two metres, the New Straits
Other areas hit by the floods included Jalan Dang Wangi, Jalan Munshi
Abdullah, Jalan Masjid India and Jalan Melaka.
Car owners push their car at a parking lot in the heart of KL
Charge America for killing civilians says Malaysia
Tuesday, October 30, 2001 at 19:30 JST KUALA LUMPUR - A
Malaysian cabinet minister wants the United States to be brought
before the International Court of Justice to face charges of causing
the deaths of innocent civilians in its military campaign against
Afghanistan's ruling Taliban, the New Straits Times reported
Labeling the U.S. a "terrorizing state," the de facto law minister Rais Yatim was quoted as saying that Malaysia should initiate the tabling of a resolution in the United Nations and the filing of a petition to bring the U.S. to the ICJ, the report said. (Kyodo News)