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October 2010

October 2010

We inadvertently used the acronym “Atif” instead of “Atip” for the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act. We apologise for the typo.

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September 2010

September 2010

Student activism: The struggle continues (Corrected 6:15pm, 4 Sept 2010) IN our original subheading for Jonah’s interview, we wrote that Jonah, aka Khairul Anuar Ahmad Zainuddin, attended Institute Kemahiran Mara in late 1990s. He actually attended UPM in the late 90s and Institute Kemahiran Mara in the early 2000s. In the same  interview, Jonah originally [...]

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August 2010

August 2010

“Syariah court has no legitimacy for non-Muslims” (Corrected 11.35am, 25 Aug 2010) We wrongly published this quote “Although the Latifah Mat Zin case was pointed out to the Court of Appeal, it appears that the court chose to overlook it.” Lawyer K Shanmuga had asked for it to be removed in the quote check because [...]

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July 2010

July 2010

World Cup (Corrected 1.30pm, 2 July 2010) We wrongly identified Italy’s Fabio Cannavaro as a goalkeeper. He is defender and team captain.

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June 2010

June 2010

What happens under ISA detention (Corrected 12:30pm, 30 June 2010) We inadvertently published that the ISA is a law that allows for detention with trial, rather than without. The oversight is regretted.

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May 2010

May 2010

Reporting on Sibu, Corrected at 5.55pm, 18 May 2010 We stated that Wong Ho Leng’s only appearance in traditional Malay and English newspapers was in The Star. He did appear on the front pages of two English dailies in Sarawak. We apologise for the human error.

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