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Beauties: We love Malaysia

Tee: Murals can draw tourists

Dong Zong’s ugly show must end now

Not like the PAS-t rallies


Kind soul rebuilds man’s home

Back to normal: Mohd Ridzuan and his family enjoying their new roof.

MALACCA: Three weeks after strong winds blew off the zinc roof of their house, a Good Samaritan has made it possible for a family here to have a good night’s rest.

Sky’s the limit for Pasir Gudang car wash operators

Flags galore: Abdul Halim (left) and his workers adding more Jalur Gemilang and Johor state flags at his car wash outlet.

JOHOR BARU: Talk about soaring to greater heights to send out the Na­­tional Day message, a car wash has put up a huge replica of an aircraft and at least 200 Malaysian flags at the industrial area near Kampung Pasir Puteh, Pasir Gudang, here.


S'pore gives its birth rate yet another push

The more, the merrier: A South Korean child staring from behind the belly of his pregnant mother in Seoul, awaiting his new sibling. — AFP

The latest measures seek to strengthen both the familial and the financial support systems that make it easier for couples to have babies.

Christian group occupies Philippine highway for second night

Filipino members of the Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ) or INC display signs during a protest in Manila August 29, 2015.  REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco

MANILA (Reuters) - Thousands of members of a Christian group occupied a busy highway in Manila for a second night on Saturday, protesting against what they say is government intrusion in church affairs.


French PM booed by young Socialists as party split over pro-business policy

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls (Front) attends the Socialist Party's "Universite d'ete" summer meeting in La Rochelle, France, August 30, 2015. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe

LA ROCHELLE, France (Reuters) - Young Socialist Party members booed the French prime minister at a party dinner on Saturday, calling for the resignation of his economy minister, whom they accuse of favouring business over Socialist ideals, participants said on Sunday.

U.S. national security adviser discusses militant attacks in Pakistan talks

National Security Advisor Susan Rice speaks during an interview about the recent nuclear deal reached with Iran at the White House in Washington July 15, 2015. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - U.S. National Security Adviser Susan Rice met Pakistan's prime minister on Sunday to press concerns over attacks launched by militants based in Pakistan, officials said.


Smaller of newborn panda twins dies

WASHINGTON: One of the two giant panda twins born at Washington’s Smithsonian National Zoo over the weekend died on Wednesday, turning unexpected joy to tragedy in a matter of days.


English carnival, a runaway success

Together, we can: Choral speakers of SMK Bandar Tun Hussein Onn 2, Selangor, strike a pose with their teachers after they were announced national champs.

A national event to boost the global language saw the participation of students from various states pitting their skills in public speaking, storytelling and more.


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