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Islamists lure youngsters in the Philippines with payments, promise of paradise

MARAWI CITY, Philippines (Reuters) - When he saw his commander holding the severed head of one of his neighbours, teenage Islamist fighter Jalil knew it was time to escape from Marawi City.

Adnan: Review education blueprint

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Education Blueprint should be reviewed to address the rising number of unemployed graduates due to mismatch in job opportunities.

A right chord: (From right) Adnan and the secretary- general of the Association of Arab Universities Prof Dr Sultan T. Abu Orabi striking the gong to launch the OIC Higher Education Fair Conference at PWTC.

Instilling unity from young

PONTIAN: Human resources and unity committee chairman R. Vidyananthan said the state government hopes to see more parents register their children at some 206 Tabika Perpaduan statewide.

Vidyananthan (middle in light blue shirt) with the crowd at the state-level event.

Retired teacher gets star treatment at reunion

A WELCOME befitting a VIP – that was how Freddy Eravelly, 81, who once taught at the Government English School (GES) in Port Dickson, was greeted by 20 of his former students at the Royal Selangor Club (RSC) in Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur.

Eravelly, 81, (third from left) who taught secondary-level mathematics at the Government English School (GES) in Port Dickson, with 20 of his former students at the Royal Selangor Club in Bukit Kiara, Kuala Lumpur. On the right is Philip Mathews.

1,300 students held for narcotic offences in the last three years

KUALA LUMPUR: Some 1,330 primary and secondary school students have been caught for drug-related offences over the past three years.

Disabled S. Korean students struggle to find right school

Seoul: At Park Hyun-soo’s home in Gangseo-gu, western Seoul, weekday mornings are just like in any other household with young students.

Ministry allocates RM442mil for needy students in Sarawak

KUCHING: The Education Ministry has channelled RM442mil in aid to needy students in Sarawak this year.

Tzu Chi M’sia international school to be ready in 2020

KUALA LUMPUR: Humanitarian group and NGO Tzu Chi Malaysia is building its first international school.

Inculcating good humanistic values: Chong (second from left) leading the ground-breaking ceremony of the school.

Trade ties up as Taipei looks ‘south’

One year after Taiwan launched its New Southbound Policy to spur trade in the region, Malaysia has seen more business between the two countries amidst holding fast to its ‘One China’ policy.

Free learning portal for national schools

REPUTED to be among the leading law colleges in the country, Brickfields Asia College (BAC) has now embarked on a new free multilingual learning portal called

Raja Singham (left) and Dr Khair at the launch.They believe that technology and education can bring about positive outcomes to students.