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Orphans and students enjoy hotel’s buka puasa spread

EIGHTY-eight orphans from Yayasan Kebajikan dan Perkhidmatan Perubatan Malaysia and 65 students from the Maahad Tahfiz Al-Quran Wal-Qiraat Shah Alam were treated to a buffet spread at Grand Bluewave Hotel in Shah Alam recently.

British PM Cameron vows crackdown on rioters

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron, facing a defining crisis of his premiership, promised on Thursday to crack down on street gangs as a national priority and said rioters behind Britain's worst violence in decades would be hunted and punished.

Joy in inter-faith cooperation

Charity will not be charity if we focus only on helping people of our own race and religion.

Soul searching lies ahead as riots cool in Britain

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron will face pressure on Thursday to soften his austerity plans, toughen up policing and do more to help inner-city communities after days of riots and looting laid bare deep social tensions in a depressed economy.

Woods in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons

JOHNS CREEK, Georgia (AP): Even as he took the high road Wednesday in a nasty split with his longtime caddie, Tiger Woods lowered his standard of success on the eve of the PGA Championship.

UK streets calmer after nights of riots and chaos

LONDON (Reuters) - Days of rioting and looting across Britain looked to be cooling on Wednesday after Prime Minister David Cameron's promised a fightback and flooded city streets with police to try to restore order.

"Chaos reigns" as courts struggle to process UK rioters

LONDON (Reuters) - Courts around Britain were struggling on Thursday to cope with a huge influx of people arrested during this week's riots, including a millionaire's daughter, a charity worker and a woman who handed herself in after suffering pangs of guilt.

British PM Cameron promises crackdown on rioters

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron, grappling with what could prove a defining crisis of his premiership, told parliament on Thursday rioters behind Britain's worst violence in decades would be tracked down and punished.

"Chaos reigns" as courts struggle to process UK rioters

LONDON (Reuters) - Courts around Britain were struggling on Thursday to cope with a huge influx of people arrested during this week's riots, including a millionaire's daughter, a charity worker and a woman who handed herself in after suffering pangs of guilt.

Orphans and students enjoy hotel’s buka puasa spread

EIGHTY-eight orphans from Yayasan Kebajikan dan Perkhidmatan Perubatan Malaysia and 65 students from the Maahad Tahfiz Al-Quran Wal-Qiraat Shah Alam were treated to a buffet spread at Grand Bluewave Hotel in Shah Alam recently.