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Putting the brakes on transborder crime

Malaysia and Vietnam have agreed to work more closely in tackling problems of transborder crime, particularly money-laundering and drug trafficking.


Concern over jobless grads

SABAH has to urgently tackle a growing problem of unemployed graduates in the state, Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman said.


More marine bases for Sarawak

Sarawak police will build three more marine bases at strategic locations in the state, two in the northern region and one near the southern tip, as part of an effort to beef up security and safety along the state's maritime boundary.

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Korean rail tragedy: 3,000 feared killed or injured in collision

As many as 3,000 people were killed or injured yesterday when two trains carrying oil and liquefied petroleum gas collided and exploded at a North Korean train station near the Chinese border, South Korean media reported.


Hard work pays off for honoured graduates

Despite being close to giving birth, Nurulashikin Zulkepli, 25, slogged hard into the night every day to get good grades.


Kidnapper nabbed in ambush

An alleged kidnapper was arrested but three others escaped when a police team ambushed them at an oil palm estate in Kuala Selangor where they had reportedly just collected a RM5,000 ransom from their victim's father on Friday.


Close shave for nine in helicopter

Nine people cheated death when their helicopter made an emergency landing in a secondary jungle minutes after taking off from the Kerteh Airport en route to the oil platforms off the Terengganu coast.


Oil from backhoe could lead rescuers to missing man

Rescuers detected traces of fuel in a pool caused by a vast sinkhole where heavy machine operator Chai Wooi Chon and his backhoe are believed to be buried.


Fun in a foreign land

This week YVONNE TEW focuses on life as a Malaysian in a UK university and addresses important issues such as how to survive without Malaysian food.


Indon daily told to make open apology to Malaysia

The Deputy Prime Minister has asked Indonesian daily I>Kompas/Ito make an open apology to Malaysia for an 'unethical and baseless' report that he had apologised to Jakarta over Sunday's incident involving two warships of both countries.