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Myanmar to deport recently rescued migrants to Bangladesh

YANGON: A group of migrants recently rescued by Myanmar will be deported to Bangladesh, officials confirmed Saturday, as the United Nations chief called on regional nations to prioritise saving the lives of those still stranded at sea.

Malaysian weaves magic at Shanghai card game

PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian made it into the international finals of the Magic trading card game in Shanghai, China, earlier this week.

Local boy: Mat Dan showing off his ‘teh tarik’ skills at Kapas Island. — ZABIDI TUSIN / The Star

Video Icon Englishman Mat Dan goes native in Terengganu

MARANG: There’s nothing unusual when a Terengganu native who enjoys his mackerel with sambal belacan says: “Ni ikang aye masok singgang. Kite makang dengan ulam, sambal belacang jadi doh.” But it’s quite something when it’s said by an Englishman!

Teen WIT a mechanical dream

KLANG: It gets pretty lonely in class at times for Nurmaizatulhana Mohd Ramli, who is the only female training to be a mechanic at a college here.

Way to go: Cheerleading teams Vibrant, Blitzerz and Anselm striking an impressive pose as (from left) Jasmine, Lim and Star Publications (M) Bhd’s Content Development chief operating officer June Wong (third from left) look on.

Cheered by RM10,000 grant

PETALING JAYA: For the past three years, cheerleader Lee Ivy, 18, has been raising funds by selling cakes and T-shirts so that her team can compete at CHEER, Malaysia’s biggest cheerleading competition.

1MDB’s cash crunch

The next nine years are crucial for fund, as its obligations are estimated at some RM40bil

Grilling the chef

There’s no final verdict on whether Ipoh or Penang has the better food, but the research is mouth-watering.

Mutual benefit: Lim feels that Malaysians should help foreign students as the foreigners make the best ambassadors.

‘Help foreign students feel at home’

CYBERJAYA: Foreign students make the best ambassadors for Malaysia when they return to their countries.

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Pedal away without worry at these places in the Klang Valley.

Street dentists fill gap for the poor

BANGALORE: Ignoring noisy buses and curious onlookers, street dentist Allah Baksh plunges his hands into a patient’s mouth to fit a sparkling set of dentures for US$12 (RM43) in the Indian city of Bangalore.

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Members of the Iraqi army and Shi'ite fighters launch a mortar toward Islamic State militants outskirt the city of Falluja, Iraq May 19, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer
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Happy with their haul: Three satisfied customers who bought chocolates and biscuits during the Joy Sale at The Summit USJ.

Weekend to shop for chocs

Mondelez Malaysia recently organised its Joy Sale at The Summit USJ, Subang Jaya. Back by popular demand, the third Joy Sale featured a great selection of products from beloved brands such as Oreo, Jacob’s, Cadbury and Toblerone.

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