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Hot and dusty: Lessons conducted in a makeshift classroom for primary two pupils at SK Penimbawan.

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Najib: Dad a man of principle

MAS employees troubled by impending layoffs, says union

Walls coming up at school

Nation

Only RM400 to get a ‘sugar baby'

They don’t come cheap: Sugar babies expect a monthly allowance, gifts and even travels in return for their ‘companionship’, which usually includes sex. Photo posed by models.

PETALING JAYA: Fancy having your own “sugar baby”? Thanks to the Internet, one can be yours – for as low as RM400 a month.

Sarawak industries to enjoy cheaper electricity

SIBU: Commercial and industrial sectors in Sarawak will enjoy cheaper electricity from April.

Regional

HK lawmakers arrested and then freed over rallies

Centre of attention: Ho (centre) and Wong (beside him) speaking to the media outside the Wan Chai police station in Hong Kong. — AFP

HONG KONG: Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmakers were arrested and then released over their involvement in mass protests for free elections, the latest step in a widespread investigation that has been accused of seeking to intimidate activists.

Indian national gets 16 years’ jail for bashing man to death

AN Indian national who viciously attacked another Indian national to rob him, then left his body under the Kampong Java flyover, was jailed 16 years and ordered to be caned 12 strokes after he pleaded guilty to culpable homicide.

World

Hillary Clinton may have broken federal record-keeping laws - NY Times

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks on "Smart Power: Security Through Inclusive Leadership"  at Georgetown University in Washington December 3, 2014. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton may have violated federal records laws by using a personal email account for all of her work messages, the New York Times reported on Monday.

Australia to send 300 more troops to Iraq on training mission

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia will send an additional 300 soldiers to help train Iraqi forces fighting Islamic State militants, Prime Minister Tony Abbott said on Tuesday, following a request from the United States to contribute to an international training coalition.

Education

Young leaders speak up

Altogether now: Khairy being surrounded by young people, all eager to snap shots with him.

It was a gathering of youth for youth where young minds brainstormed and sought explanations to some pertinent issues.

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