Dr Mahathir successfully underwent elective medical procedure - IJN Dr Mahathir successfully underwent elective medical procedure - IJN

Dr Mahathir successfully underwent elective medical procedure - IJN

Dr Mahathir successfully underwent elective medical procedure - IJN  Former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has successfully undergone elective procedures at the National Heart Institute.  A team of doctors from IJN and the University of Malaya Medical Center have successfully performed the procedure.  "The procedure went smoothly and went as planned.  "He is now fully conscious and highly motivated. Based on current clinical developments, he is expected to be released from the hospital in a few days," IJN said in a statement today.  Given the current health SOP, IJN said the Langkawi MP was not allowed visitors.  Dr Mahathir, who celebrated his 96th birthday last July, has a history of heart problems.  Last month, he was hospitalized for a full health check -up and observation for several days.  Mahathir is the longest -serving prime minister in Malaysia who has ruled for 22 years from 1981 and 2003.  He then returned to take over as prime minister for a second time in 2018 after leading the opposition Pakatan Harapan to win the historic election, making him the world's oldest head of government.  The Mahathir -led administration, however, collapsed in less than two years as government lawmakers defected through the Sheraton Move.

Dr Mahathir successfully underwent elective medical procedure - IJN


Former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has successfully undergone elective procedures at the National Heart Institute.

A team of doctors from IJN and the University of Malaya Medical Center have successfully performed the procedure.

"The procedure went smoothly and went as planned.

"He is now fully conscious and highly motivated. Based on current clinical developments, he is expected to be released from the hospital in a few days," IJN said in a statement today.

Given the current health SOP, IJN said the Langkawi MP was not allowed visitors.

Dr Mahathir, who celebrated his 96th birthday last July, has a history of heart problems.

Last month, he was hospitalized for a full health check -up and observation for several days.

Mahathir is the longest -serving prime minister in Malaysia who has ruled for 22 years from 1981 and 2003.

He then returned to take over as prime minister for a second time in 2018 after leading the opposition Pakatan Harapan to win the historic election, making him the world's oldest head of government.

The Mahathir -led administration, however, collapsed in less than two years as government lawmakers defected through the Sheraton Move.


Husband and wife chained, seven burnt: 40 houses licked by fire  A couple was chained while seven others were burnt in a fire involving about 40 houses in Kampung Sungai Buaya, Jalan Tawau Lama in Tawau last night.  The bodies of Saiful Rosli, 32, and his wife Jumaidah M Jida, 36, were found by firefighters early this morning after the fire was successfully extinguished and the operation ended at 6.20am.  Tawau Fire and Rescue Station chief Julius John Stephen Jr said they received an emergency call regarding the incident at 12.25am last night and 25 members and two machines were mobilized to the location.  “The victims who suffered 86 per cent burns were Abdul Mutalib Suma, 45, while a man, 26 years old and a teenager, 18 years old suffered 17 per cent burns.  "Besides that, three girls and a boy aged between six to 12 years old were burnt between 1 to 6 percent and all the burn victims were taken to Tawau Hospital for further treatment," he told reporters in Tawau today.  He said the cause of the incident and the amount of losses were still under investigation.  Meanwhile, the fire victim, Mala Tipung, 46, when met by Bernama, cried when he found that his house, which had been left empty for a week, was destroyed in the fire.  "I went to my husband's workplace a week ago in Sungai Burong Teck Guan, this morning I came back, I just found out that our house was on fire, everything was reduced to dust, not a single item could be saved," she said in Tawau, today.  Meanwhile, another resident Hasoni Basiah, 34, said at the time of the incident he was asleep and was awakened by a loud knock on the door by his friend, named Awil.  "I opened the door, my friend Awil was shouting 'fire' and I saw a big fire already in the back of my house, seeing the blazing fire I startled my wife and sister -in -law, to save themselves," he said, adding that he only had time to take important documents before running out. from home.  Nur Anita Saddu, 30, said her husband and two children managed to save themselves after hearing the loud barking of a dog as if warning something was happening before hearing a neighbor's voice shouting to say there was a fire.  "When we left the house, the fire had spread to the neighbour's house, I only managed to take out the child's clothes while my husband managed to move the car to a safe place," she said.  Apart from that, Abbas Tenri, 49, said his son's two birth certificates were not taken and were destroyed along with other items in the fire.  "I and my seven children are safe, there are only two birth certificates that my children did not have time to take, I am also confused that tomorrow the children will start school but their school supplies are all destroyed," he said.  Meanwhile, Assistant Finance Minister and Apas State Assemblyman Datuk Nizam Abu Bakar Titingan expressed his sympathy for all the fire victims.  He said all the needs of the victims were being taken care of by the authorities, including the Tawau District Disaster Committee and the Welfare Department, apart from hoping that the victims would be patient at this time.

Husband and wife chained, seven burnt: 40 houses licked by fire


A couple was chained while seven others were burnt in a fire involving about 40 houses in Kampung Sungai Buaya, Jalan Tawau Lama in Tawau last night.

The bodies of Saiful Rosli, 32, and his wife Jumaidah M Jida, 36, were found by firefighters early this morning after the fire was successfully extinguished and the operation ended at 6.20am.

Tawau Fire and Rescue Station chief Julius John Stephen Jr said they received an emergency call regarding the incident at 12.25am last night and 25 members and two machines were mobilized to the location.

“The victims who suffered 86 per cent burns were Abdul Mutalib Suma, 45, while a man, 26 years old and a teenager, 18 years old suffered 17 per cent burns.

"Besides that, three girls and a boy aged between six to 12 years old were burnt between 1 to 6 percent and all the burn victims were taken to Tawau Hospital for further treatment," he told reporters in Tawau today.

He said the cause of the incident and the amount of losses were still under investigation.

Meanwhile, the fire victim, Mala Tipung, 46, when met by Bernama, cried when he found that his house, which had been left empty for a week, was destroyed in the fire.

"I went to my husband's workplace a week ago in Sungai Burong Teck Guan, this morning I came back, I just found out that our house was on fire, everything was reduced to dust, not a single item could be saved," she said in Tawau, today.

Meanwhile, another resident Hasoni Basiah, 34, said at the time of the incident he was asleep and was awakened by a loud knock on the door by his friend, named Awil.

"I opened the door, my friend Awil was shouting 'fire' and I saw a big fire already in the back of my house, seeing the blazing fire I startled my wife and sister -in -law, to save themselves," he said, adding that he only had time to take important documents before running out. from home.

Nur Anita Saddu, 30, said her husband and two children managed to save themselves after hearing the loud barking of a dog as if warning something was happening before hearing a neighbor's voice shouting to say there was a fire.

"When we left the house, the fire had spread to the neighbour's house, I only managed to take out the child's clothes while my husband managed to move the car to a safe place," she said.

Apart from that, Abbas Tenri, 49, said his son's two birth certificates were not taken and were destroyed along with other items in the fire.

"I and my seven children are safe, there are only two birth certificates that my children did not have time to take, I am also confused that tomorrow the children will start school but their school supplies are all destroyed," he said.

Meanwhile, Assistant Finance Minister and Apas State Assemblyman Datuk Nizam Abu Bakar Titingan expressed his sympathy for all the fire victims.

He said all the needs of the victims were being taken care of by the authorities, including the Tawau District Disaster Committee and the Welfare Department, apart from hoping that the victims would be patient at this time.


Fukui Prefecture creates a manual for encountering antelopes Although it rarely attacks people Approach is taboo  In response to the increasing number of Japanese serows, which are a national special natural monument, appearing in the remote areas of Fukui Prefecture, Fukui Prefecture has created a response manual for encounters and published it on its website. "Do not approach more than necessary and do not do anything that excites you, such as blocking the escape route."  The number of antelopes has decreased sharply due to poaching, but the population has gradually recovered and the habitat has expanded due to the strengthening of protection measures and the improvement of the feeding environment due to the cultivation of cypress and other forests. In 2021, it was often witnessed in the prefectural road tunnel in Echizen Town.  According to the prefecture, antelopes rarely attack people, and in principle, they should be watched when they encounter them. If you try to catch it forcibly, or if you approach it and take actions that surprise you, you may get excited and harm people.  If there is a high risk of infestation in the city or collision with a vehicle, contact the nearest police station. If there is a risk of trouble such as damage to agricultural products, consult with the department in charge of wildlife damage or cultural properties in the municipality.  In principle, if you get caught in a trap for catching harmful birds and beasts, let it escape. Only when there is a danger such as being extremely excited and trying to attack a person, it can be captured with permission based on the Wildlife Conservation and Management Law and the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties.

Fukui Prefecture creates a manual for encountering antelopes Although it rarely attacks people Approach is taboo


In response to the increasing number of Japanese serows, which are a national special natural monument, appearing in the remote areas of Fukui Prefecture, Fukui Prefecture has created a response manual for encounters and published it on its website. "Do not approach more than necessary and do not do anything that excites you, such as blocking the escape route."

The number of antelopes has decreased sharply due to poaching, but the population has gradually recovered and the habitat has expanded due to the strengthening of protection measures and the improvement of the feeding environment due to the cultivation of cypress and other forests. In 2021, it was often witnessed in the prefectural road tunnel in Echizen Town.

According to the prefecture, antelopes rarely attack people, and in principle, they should be watched when they encounter them. If you try to catch it forcibly, or if you approach it and take actions that surprise you, you may get excited and harm people.

If there is a high risk of infestation in the city or collision with a vehicle, contact the nearest police station. If there is a risk of trouble such as damage to agricultural products, consult with the department in charge of wildlife damage or cultural properties in the municipality.

In principle, if you get caught in a trap for catching harmful birds and beasts, let it escape. Only when there is a danger such as being extremely excited and trying to attack a person, it can be captured with permission based on the Wildlife Conservation and Management Law and the Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties.

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