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Sculptor of great words

Don DeLillo started out as a parking attendant; now he is hailed as the author of the Great American Novel and labours days over one sentence. What does he think of his fame? #8216;I wince at the thought,#8217; he tells HELENA DE BERTODANO in Manhattan.

Manila police arrest seven rebel suspects

B>MANILA:/BPhilippine police yesterday arrested seven suspected members of the country's largest Muslim rebel group for illegal possession of firearms and explosives in an early morning raid here.

Johor cops on murder trail find stolen cars

Johor police, who were tracking several suspects after a murder case here last month, stumbled upon a car theft syndicate after the arrest of eight men here and in Malacca last week.

Wife endures seven years of abuse by hubby

A love marriage turned into a seven-year nightmare for a factory worker after her husband started abusing her verbally, emotionally and physically.

Four commandos held over killing at military training site

Police have detained four commandos after a trainer was shot at close range during training at the Ayer Keroh Recreation Forest at 1.35am yesterday.

Accused changes plea, jailed 18 years

One of the two accused in a murder trial who changed his plea during the court proceedings was sentenced to 18 years' jail for causing the death of a 16-year-old student on Dec 31, last year.

Prince and the drama

In I>Hamlet: Poem Unlimited/I>, author Harold Bloom attempts to uncover the mystery of both Prince Hamlet and the play itself, how both the prince and the drama are able to break through the conventions of theatrical mimesis and the representation of character, making us question the very nature of theatrical illusion.

More passion than plot

ROMANCE writers moving into the ambit of romantic suspense has been a trend in recent years. Veteran writer of both genres, Karen Robards#8217;s latest offering I>To Trust a Stranger/Iopens with the murder of two people that remains unsolved for 15 years and, subsequently, twists the lives of those close to them.

Judge to decide if Vietnamese mob boss gets firing squad

The defence has wrapped up its arguments in Vietnam's biggest criminal trial, and it is now up to the judge to decide whether Ho Chi Minh City's reputed crime boss will face a firing squad, state-controlled media reported Saturday.

Murder most foul

A cursory look at different ways in which musicians have died leads one to the rather chilling conclusion that music goes hand in hand with ... murder!