LAHAD DATU: DUA KOMANDO POLIS MAUT TERKENA SERANGAN MORTAR

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  • Martinez hails Everton squad depth after Manchester United win

    Martinez hails Everton squad depth after Manchester United win

    Martinez hails Everton squad depth after Manchester United win

    The Spaniard was delighted to see his side overcome the reigning champions despite having had far less rest than their opponents, while he is refusing to focus on Arsenal …

  • Moyes endures horror return to Everton as Martinez outwits United

    Moyes endures horror return to Everton as Martinez outwits United

    Moyes endures horror return to Everton as Martinez outwits United

    (Reuters) - Everton's past and future collided in a nightmare return to Goodison Park for former manager David Moyes whose Manchester United side were outwitted by his successor Roberto Martinez in a 2-0 defeat on Sunday. The result ended United's slim hopes of Champions League football next season as Everton stayed firmly in contention for a place in the top four with a clinical victory that highlighted their opponents' struggles under Moyes. The Scot, who enjoyed 11 successful years at …

  • Liverpool closes in on Premier League title

    Liverpool closes in on Premier League title

    Liverpool closes in on Premier League title

    LONDON (AP) — Liverpool secured a return to the Champions League on Sunday — but there's a much bigger prize just around the corner. …

  • Moyes rubbishes Welbeck exit talk

    Moyes rubbishes Welbeck exit talk

    Moyes rubbishes Welbeck exit talk

    The England international, sparingly used this term, had been linked with a move away from Old Trafford but the Scot is adamant he remains "really important" to Manchester United …

  • Arsenal beats Hull 3-0 in Premier League

    Arsenal beats Hull 3-0 in Premier League

    Arsenal beats Hull 3-0 in Premier League

    HULL, England (AP) — Lukas Podolski scored two goals for the second straight match as Arsenal beat Hull 3-0 on Sunday to move a step closer to securing the final Champions League place in the Premier League. …

  • Everton overwhelms Man United in 2-0 win

    Everton overwhelms Man United in 2-0 win

    Everton overwhelms Man United in 2-0 win

    LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — Everton ensured a miserable return to Goodison Park for former manager David Moyes by overwhelming Manchester United in a 2-0 win to keep pace with Arsenal in the race for Champions League qualification on Sunday. …

LAHAD DATU, 1 Mac (Bernama) -- Dua komando polis terbunuh setelah terkena

serangan mortar di Kampung Tanduo, yang menjadi kubu kumpulan penceroboh

bersenjata dari selatan Filipina, di sini hari ini.

Mereka terkena serangan itu ketika sedang berkawal di satu daripada pos di

sekitar Kampung Tanduo.

Wartawan Bernama yang berada di kawasan Felda Sahabat 17 di perkampungan itu

berkata mayat dua anggota keselamatan itu diusung oleh polis dan dimasukkan ke

dalam sebuah trak polis untuk dibawa ke Hospital Lahad Datu.

"Sehingga kini tiada pengesahan polis, kami hanya melihat mayat dengan boot

hijau diusung ke dalam trak tersebut," katanya yang terpaksa keluar dari kawasan

Felda itu setelah diarahkan pihak berkuasa.

Pada 2 petang, beliau berkata pihak berkuasa mengarahkan wartawan keluar

kerana khuatir keselamatan mereka berikutan insiden tembakan masih berlaku.

Setakat ini, tiada pihak berkuasa boleh mengesahkan identiti anggota yang

maut.

-- BERNAMA

NAB MRA LES ROS

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