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Islamic State tunnels under al-Bab point to hard fighting ahead

27 March 2017

AL-BAB, Syria (Reuters) - Syrian rebels who drove Islamic State from the town of al-Bab in northwest Syria this year discovered an extensive network of tunnels dug by militants as part of their defences, a tactic that has slowed the military campaign against them.

Setting the right path for undergraduates

26 March 2017

MANY corporations give out tertiary education scholarships as a way to “give back to society” but for some others, it goes a little deeper than a mere CSR initiative.

Improved sentiment for Malaysian property sector

22 March 2017

PETALING JAYA: Sentiment for property counters is improving after a two-year lag in the sector’s share price performances with Kenanga Research reversing its call from “neutral” to “buy” for the sector.

Road rage: Family allegedly terrorised by bus driver

21 March 2017

PETALING JAYA: A bus has been captured on video, allegedly speeding recklessly and threatening to run a car with at least three passengers including a one-year-old child into a road divider along the Kuala Lumpur-Genting Highlands highway near here.

France sees bird flu crisis nearly over as spread slows

21 March 2017

PARIS (Reuters) - The spread of a severe bird flu virus that ravaged the duck industry in southwestern France since late last year has slowed in the past two weeks, suggesting the crisis could be ending, the farm minister said on Monday.

Heavy rain causes chaos in the city

21 March 2017

KUALA LUMPUR City Hall (DBKL) is planning to upgrade existing retention ponds and build new ones to cope with the unusual heavy rain that has been causing flash floods in the city.

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