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Allegations and counter allegations of sexual misdemeanours and extortion rocked the politics of Kelantan last week, threatening to erode the gains that Kelantan Umno made in the general election, writes JOCELINE TAN.

North Korea says U.S. must drop sanctions before talks

BEIJING (Reuters) - North Korea will resume six-party talks on its nuclear activities only if the United States drops threatened sanctions against it, a North Korean official said on Wednesday as talks between Tokyo and Pyongyang ended in rancour.

North Korea says U.S. must drop sanctions before talks

BEIJING (Reuters) - North Korea will only return to six-party talks on its nuclear programme if the United States drops sanctions against it, a North Korean official said on Wednesday as talks between Tokyo and Pyongyang ended in rancour.

North Korea says U.S. must drop sanctions before talks

BEIJING (Reuters) - North Korea will resume six-party talks on its nuclear activities only if the United States drops threatened sanctions against it, a North Korean official said on Wednesday as talks between Tokyo and Pyongyang ended in rancour.

Japan says little progress in talks with North Korea

BEIJING (Reuters) - Japan urged North Korea on Tuesday to return to six-party talks on its nuclear programme and halt missile development, but a Japanese official said Pyongyang insisted that Washington drop sanctions first.

Japan says little progress in talks with N.Korea

BEIJING (Reuters) - Japan urged North Korea on Tuesday to return to six-party talks on its nuclear programme and halt missile development, but a Japanese official said Pyongyang insisted that Washington drop sanctions first.

Japan says little progress in talks with North Korea

BEIJING (Reuters) - Japan urged North Korea on Tuesday to return to six-party talks on its nuclear programme and halt missile development, but a Japanese official said Pyongyang insisted that Washington drop sanctions first.

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Pakistan, Saudi Arabia hope Hamas to work for peace

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Urging the world to accept the victory of Hamas in Palestinian elections, Islamic allies Pakistan and Saudi Arabia expressed hopes on Thursday that the militant group would work for peace in the Middle East.

North Korea slightly tones down nuclear talks rhetoric

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea slightly toned down the rhetoric on Tuesday about its reluctance to return to six-party nuclear talks, but analysts said too many obstacles remain for a quick resumption of the discussions.