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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MALAYSIA-CLOWN
RTXH4GRR
September 10, 2021
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, puts on a clown outfit, as he prepares for disinfection, at his home...
Taiping, Malaysia
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, puts on a clown outfit, as he prepares for disinfection, at his home...
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, puts on a clown outfit, as he prepares for disinfection, at his home in Taiping, Malaysia September 10, 2021. Picture taken September 10, 2021. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MALAYSIA-CLOWN
RTXH4GRL
September 10, 2021
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, puts on make-up as he prepares for disinfection, at his home in Taiping,...
Taiping, Malaysia
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, puts on make-up as he prepares for disinfection, at his home in Taiping...
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, puts on make-up as he prepares for disinfection, at his home in Taiping, Malaysia September 10, 2021. Picture taken September 10, 2021. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MALAYSIA-CLOWN
RTXH4GRQ
September 10, 2021
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, dressed as a clown, disinfects a prayer room inside a shopping mall...
Taiping, Malaysia
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, dressed as a clown disinfects a prayer room inside a shopping mall...
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, dressed as a clown, disinfects a prayer room inside a shopping mall in Taiping, Malaysia September 10, 2021. Picture taken September 10, 2021. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MALAYSIA-CLOWN
RTXH4GRO
September 10, 2021
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, puts on a clown outfit, as he prepares for disinfection, at his home...
Taiping, Malaysia
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, puts on a clown outfit, as he prepares for disinfection, at his home...
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, puts on a clown outfit, as he prepares for disinfection, at his home in Taiping, Malaysia September 10, 2021. Picture taken September 10, 2021. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MALAYSIA-CLOWN
RTXH4GRK
September 10, 2021
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, dressed as a clown, disinfects a lift inside a shopping mall in Taiping,...
Taiping, Malaysia
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, dressed as a clown disinfects a lift inside a shopping mall in Taiping...
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, dressed as a clown, disinfects a lift inside a shopping mall in Taiping, Malaysia September 10, 2021. Picture taken September 10, 2021. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MALAYSIA-CLOWN
RTXH4GRI
September 10, 2021
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, puts on make-up as he prepares for disinfection, at his home in Taiping,...
Taiping, Malaysia
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, puts on make-up as he prepares for disinfection, at his home in Taiping...
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, puts on make-up as he prepares for disinfection, at his home in Taiping, Malaysia September 10, 2021. Picture taken September 10, 2021. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MALAYSIA-CLOWN
RTXH4GRJ
September 10, 2021
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, dressed as a clown, disinfects a prayer room inside a shopping mall...
Taiping, Malaysia
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, dressed as a clown disinfects a prayer room inside a shopping mall...
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, dressed as a clown, disinfects a prayer room inside a shopping mall in Taiping, Malaysia September 10, 2021. Picture taken September 10, 2021. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/MALAYSIA-CLOWN
RTXH4GRP
September 10, 2021
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, looks at a mirror as he prepares for disinfection, at his home in...
Taiping, Malaysia
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, looks at a mirror as he prepares for disinfection, at his home in...
Shaharul Hisam bin Baharuddin, 43, looks at a mirror as he prepares for disinfection, at his home in Taiping, Malaysia September 10, 2021. Picture taken September 10, 2021. REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng
SOUTHCHINASEA-TAIWAN
RTSTSM7
November 29, 2016
An aerial view shows of Itu Aba, which the Taiwanese call Taiping, in the South China Sea, November 29,...
Mid-Sea, Mid-Sea
An aerial view shows of Itu Aba, which the Taiwanese call Taiping, in the South China Sea
An aerial view shows of Itu Aba, which the Taiwanese call Taiping, in the South China Sea, November 29, 2016. REUTERS/Fabian Hamacher
MALAYSIA-POLITICS/
RTXDQR1
April 07, 2009
Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin from Pan-Malaysian Islamist Party (PAS) raises his hands after winning the...
Taiping, Malaysia
Mohammad Nizar from PAS raises his hands after winning the Bukit Gantang parliamentary by-election in...
Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin from Pan-Malaysian Islamist Party (PAS) raises his hands after winning the Bukit Gantang parliamentary by-election in Taiping, in Malaysia's central state of Perak april 7, 2009. Malaysia's new prime minister suffered an early blow after just four days in power when the opposition won a tense parliamentary by-election that was billed as a referendum on his premiership. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
MALAYSIA-POLITICS/
RTXDQQN
April 07, 2009
Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin (2nd R) from Pan-Malaysian Islamist Party (PAS) raises his hands with other...
Taiping, Malaysia
Mohammad Nizar from PAS raises his hands after winning the Bukit Gantang parliamentary by-election in...
Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin (2nd R) from Pan-Malaysian Islamist Party (PAS) raises his hands with other party leaders after winning the Bukit Gantang parliamentary by-election in Taiping, in Malaysia's central state of Perak April 7, 2009. Malaysia's new prime minister suffered an early blow after just four days in power when the opposition won a tense parliamentary by-election that was billed as a referendum on his premiership. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
MALAYSIA-POLITICS/
RTXDQQC
April 07, 2009
Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin from Pan-Malaysian Islamist Party (PAS) raises his hands after winning the...
Taiping, Malaysia
Mohammad Nizar raises his hands after winning the Bukit Gantang parliamentary by-election in Taiping
Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin from Pan-Malaysian Islamist Party (PAS) raises his hands after winning the Bukit Gantang parliamentary by-election in Taiping, in Malaysia's central state of Perak April 7, 2009. Malaysia's new prime minister suffered an early blow after just four days in power when the opposition won a tense parliamentary by-election that was billed as a referendum on his premiership. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA POLITICS ELECTIONS)
MALAYSIA/
RTXCAFF
March 03, 2009
Jun, a three-month old female Orang Utan, rests in a baby cot on Orang Utan Island at Bukit Merah Resort...
Taiping, Malaysia
June, a three-month old Orang Utan rests in a baby cot at Orang Utan Island at Bukit Merah Resort in...
Jun, a three-month old female Orang Utan, rests in a baby cot on Orang Utan Island at Bukit Merah Resort in Malaysian central state of Perak, 300 kilometres (186 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur, March 3, 2009. Having started with just 3 Orang Utans in 1999, the island's primate population has grown to 23, 12 of which were born on the island itself. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXCAFC
March 03, 2009
April, a nine-month-old female Orang Utan, plays in her baby cot on Orang Utan Island at Bukit Merah...
Taiping, Malaysia
April, a nine-month-old female Orang Utan, plays in her baby cot at Orang Utan Island at Bukit Merah...
April, a nine-month-old female Orang Utan, plays in her baby cot on Orang Utan Island at Bukit Merah Resort in Malaysian central state of Perak, 300 kilometres (186 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur, March 3, 2009. Having started with just three Orang Utans in 1999, the island's primate population has grown to 23, 12 of which were born on the island itself. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA)
MALAYSIA/
RTXCAEV
March 03, 2009
Deepa, a one-year-old female Orang Utan, plays in a gunny sack on Orang Utan Island at Bukit Merah Resort...
Taiping, Malaysia
Deepa, a female Orang Utan, plays in a gunny sack on Orang Utan Island
Deepa, a one-year-old female Orang Utan, plays in a gunny sack on Orang Utan Island at Bukit Merah Resort in Malaysian central state of Perak, 300 kilometres (186 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur March 3, 2009. Having started with just three Orang Utans in 1999, the island's primate population has grown to 23, 12 of which were born on the island itself. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA)
TAIWAN
RTR1YGH2
March 18, 2008
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (L) and party member Lin Feng-hsi stand...
Taiping, Taiwan
DPP presidential candidate Hsieh stand on a vehicle during an election campaign in Taiping
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (L) and party member Lin Feng-hsi stand on a vehicle during an election campaign in Taiping in Taichung county, Taiwan March 18, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTR1YGGZ
March 18, 2008
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh gives a thumbs up on a vehicle during...
Taiping, Taiwan
DPP presidential candidate Hsieh gives a thumbs up during an election campaign in Taiping
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh gives a thumbs up on a vehicle during an election campaign in Taiping in Taichung county, Taiwan March 18, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN)
MALAYSIA
RTRKLNV
May 29, 2004
Wardens stand at the entrance of the Kamunting Detention Camp 300 km (188 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur...
Taiping, Malaysia
WARDENS STAND AT THE ENTRANCE OF THE KAMUNTING DETENTION CAMP.
Wardens stand at the entrance of the Kamunting Detention Camp 300 km (188 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur May 29, 2004. The infamous Kamunting camp holds dozens of suspected Muslim militants. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/TW
MALAYSIA
RTRKLNG
May 29, 2004
A Malaysian girl cycles past the entrance to the Kamunting Detention Camp, 300 kilometres (188 miles)...
Taiping, Malaysia
MALAYSIAN GIRL CYCLES PAST THE ENTRANCE TO THE KAMUNTING DETENTION CAMP.
A Malaysian girl cycles past the entrance to the Kamunting Detention Camp, 300 kilometres (188 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur May 29, 2004. The infamous Kamunting camp holds dozens of suspected Muslim militants. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/TW
MALAYSIA
RTRKLN5
May 29, 2004
Members of the media walk through the entrance of the Kamunting Detention Camp 300 kms (187 miles) north...
Taiping, Malaysia
MEMBERS OF THE MEDIA WALK THROUGH THE ENTRANCE OF THE KAMUNTING DETENTION CAMP NORTH OF KUALA LUMPUR....
Members of the media walk through the entrance of the Kamunting Detention Camp 300 kms (187 miles) north of Kuala Lumpur May 29, 2004. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim ZH/SH
MALAYSIA DETENTION KAMUNTING
RTRPBEY
June 01, 2003
Malaysian riot police stand guard outside Kamunting detention camp as a
vehicle is stop at the entrance,...
Taiping, Malaysia
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE MALAYSIA-CAMP.
Malaysian riot police stand guard outside Kamunting detention camp as a
vehicle is stop at the entrance, 280 kilometres (175 miles) from Kuala
Lumpur in northern Perak state. Kamunting is at the heart of Malaysia's
Internal Security Act (ISA), which empowers police to detain people
indefinitely without trial. Kamunting detention camp is where Malaysia
puts suspected militants of Jemaah Islamiah, the southeast Asian
militant group whose top operatives are allegedly linked to Osama bin
Laden. Picture taken June 1, 2003. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE MALAYSIA-CAMP
REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim

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MALAYSIA CAMP
RTRPBET
June 01, 2003
Family members and friends of Internal Security Act (ISA) detainees
wait outside Kamunting detention...
Taiping, Malaysia
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE MALAYSIA-CAMP.
Family members and friends of Internal Security Act (ISA) detainees
wait outside Kamunting detention camp 280 kilometres (175 miles) from
Kuala Lumpur in northern Perak state. Kamunting is at the heart of
Malaysia's Internal Security Act (ISA), which empowers police to detain
people indefinitely without trial. Kamunting detention camp is where
Malaysia puts suspected militants of Jemaah Islamiah, the southeast
Asian militant group whose top operatives are allegedly linked to Osama
bin Laden. Picture taken June 1, 2003. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE
MALAYSIA-CAMP REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim

ZH/PB
MALAYSIA
RTRE03E
November 18, 2002
Agents (L) from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation arrive at the
Kamunting detention centre in...
Taiping, Malaysia
FBI AGENTS ARRIVE AT MALAYSIA'S DENTENTION CAMP IN TAIPING.
Agents (L) from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation arrive at the
Kamunting detention centre in the northern Malaysian city of Taiping on
November 18, 2002, to interview Yazid Sufaat, an ex-Malaysian army
officer accused of hosting two of the September 11 attackers who
crashed hijacked planes into the Pentagon. Yazid, arrested under
Malaysia's Internal Security Act in December last year after U.S.
investigators provided information about him, is also alleged to be a
contact for Zacarias Moussaoui, who is awaiting trial in the United
States over the attacks. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim

ZH/JD
MALAYSIA
RTRE036
November 18, 2002
Agents from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation arrive at the
Kamunting detention centre in the...
Taiping, Malaysia
FBI AGENTS ARRIVE AT MALAYSIA'S DENTENTION CAMP IN TAIPING.
Agents from the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation arrive at the
Kamunting detention centre in the northern Malaysian city of Taiping on
November 18, 2002, to interview Yazid Sufaat, an ex-Malaysian army
officer accused of hosting two of the September 11 attackers who
crashed hijacked planes into the Pentagon. Yazid, arrested under
Malaysia's Internal Security Act in December last year after U.S.
investigators provided information about him, is also alleged to be a
contact for Zacarias Moussaoui, who is awaiting trial in the United
States over the attacks. REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim

ZH/JD
MALAYSIA
RTRE031
November 18, 2002
Malaysian prison guards inspect the vehicle carrying U.S. Federal
Bureau of Investigation agents as...
Taiping, Malaysia
MALAYSIAN PRISON GUARDS CHECK FBI AGENTS' VEHICLE AT KAMUNTING CAMP IN
TAIPING.
Malaysian prison guards inspect the vehicle carrying U.S. Federal
Bureau of Investigation agents as they arrive at the Kamunting
detention centre in the northern Malaysian city of Taiping on November
18, 2002, to interview Yazid Sufaat, an ex-Malaysian army officer
accused of hosting two of the September 11 attackers who crashed
hijacked planes into the Pentagon. Yazid, arrested under Malaysia's
Internal Security Act in December last year after information provided
by U.S. investigators, is also alleged to be a contact for Zacarias
Moussaoui who is awaiting trial in the United States over the attacks.
REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim

ZH/JD
MALAYSIA RIGHTS
RTR6IYH
June 18, 2002
Malaysia's Internal Security Act (ISA) detainee, Abdullah Daud waves
after attending a public inquiry...
Taiping, Malaysia
MALAYSIAN DETAINEE ABDULLAH DAUD WAVES AFTER ATTENDING AN INQUIRY IN
TAIPING.
Malaysia's Internal Security Act (ISA) detainee, Abdullah Daud waves
after attending a public inquiry in the central Peninsular Malaysian
town of Taiping June 18, 2002. Malaysia's statutory human rights body
began a rare public inquiry on Tuesday into the conditions of dozens of
detainiees held without trial, including alleged Islamic militants, but
quickly ran into critisism from opposition supporters. REUTERS/Zainal
Abd Halim

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