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Dragnet widens for camp culprits

Loans for Chinese SMEs next month

Papagomo learning the ropes to win appeal

17 – with 84 summonses

Nation

‘Kidnapping’ turns out to be a custody battle

KUALA TERENGGANU: The “kidnap” of a three-year-old boy which was spread on social media has turned out to be a custody battle between a Malaysian mother and her Bruneian husband.

Hospital on wheels to the rescue

TIMAH TASOH: Disaster victims could receive prompt treatment with a state-of-the-art hospital on wheels which allows for major surgeries to be performed on site.

Regional

Hundreds of nationalists rally against international pressure over migrants

Strong feelings: A demonstrator putting on a protest headband defending Myamar’s actions as nationalists rally against what they claim is bias in reporting by the United Nations, NGOs and international media organisations about the migrant crisis. — EPA

YANGON: Several hundred Myanmar nationalists protested in Yangon against mounting international pressure for Myanmar to stem the exodus of Muslim Rohingya migrants and aid those still stranded at sea.

Teens held over terror links

TWO Singaporean youths have been arrested under the Internal Security Act for terrorism-related activities, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) said in a statement.

World

French FM to head Israel, Egypt in June to revive peace process

French Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius poses outside his office in Paris, France, May 22, 2015, prior to an interview with Reuters. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer

PARIS (Reuters) - France's foreign minister said on Thursday he would travel to Israel and the Palestinian territories in June to try to revive the peace process and persuade all sides to accept a French U.N. Security Council resolution that would set parameters for talks.

Visa threatens to ditch FIFA as sponsor dismay mounts

Trinidad and Tobago's former National Security Minister and former FIFA Vice President, Jack Warner, gestures after leaving the offices of the Sunshine Newspaper which he owns, in Arouca, East Trinidad, May 27, 2015. REUTERS/Andrea De Silva

NEW YORK/BERLIN (Reuters) - Visa Inc has told FIFA it could end its sponsorship of football's world governing body if it does not act fast to restore the reputation of the game after senior officials were arrested on bribery and corruption charges.

Environment

Education

SK Tasik Chini’s meteoric rise

The school’s location may be near the mythical Lake Chini, but how it has managed to achieve so much in such a short span of time is no mystery. StarEducate visits the school to take a look at what went into its exemplary performance.

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