TAUFAN DOKSURI SEBABKAN BANJIR KILAT DI GEORGE TOWN

GEORGE TOWN, 17 Sept -- Banjir kilat di beberapa kawasan di bandar raya ini sini pada Jumaat lepas adalah disebabkan oleh Taufan Doksuri yang menyebabkan berlaku taburan hujan luar biasa. Read More...

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