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Sarawak DCM wants to build a M’sia-Indonesia ‘border wall’

Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister II James Jemut Masing wants walls or fences to be built at strategic places along the Malaysia-Indonesia border to curb the influx of undocumented migrants into the state.

He said Sarawak had also proposed to build a 1,032km highway along the border from the Biawak Customs, Immigration, Quarantine and Security (CIQS) complex at the south of the state, all the way up to Lawas, its northernmost district, which is estimated to cost RM24 billion...

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