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LAHAD DATU: Three schools in Lahad Datu, which were closed since March 1 following the armed intrusion from Southern Philippines, resumed classes today after the area was declared safe by the police.
According to the Sabah Education Department website, eight other schools still closed were awaiting the approval to reopen from the Lahad Datu District Police Headquarters.
The eight are Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Tambisan, SK Lok Buani, SK Fajar Harapan, SK Tanjung Labian, SK Sahabat 16, SK Sahabat 4, SK Cenderawasih and Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Desa Kencana.
The armed intruders incident in Sabah since Feb 12 has claimed the lives of eight Malaysian security personnel so far.
Meanwhile, a check by Bernama here found the towns people going about their business calmly with shops and business premises open as usual. -- BERNAMA