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Jihadists back from Syria are 'deadly danger' to Europe, Germany warns

BERLIN (Reuters) - Battle-hardened jihadists returning from Syria's civil war are no longer an 'abstract threat' but a 'deadly danger' to Europe, Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said on Wednesday.


Satisfied Australia marks six months with no boatpeople

SYDNEY: Prime Minister Tony Abbott said he was “very satisfied” as Australia marked six months since the last asylum-seeker boat arrival, but warned it was not yet “mission accomplished”.


Feral cats behind extinction of unique Aussie mammals

SYDNEY, June 4, 2014 (AFP) - An Australian study has blamed feral cats for the extinction of native mammals and warns 100 species are under threat from the creatures that inhabited the homes of early British settlers.


The time of your life

Disneyland, the Peak, Repulse Bay. All this and more are in store for Tail Spin 2014’s storyboarding champions.


Powerful Philippine Christian church celebrates 100 years

A Philippine Christian church renowned for its discipline, money and political power will mark its 100th anniversary on Sunday with more than one million followers expected to join the celebrations.


Porridge for the public

IN CONJUNCTION with Ramadan, Ambank Group’s sports club, Kelab AmBank Group (KAG), is set to distribute approximately 6,000 packs of bubur lambuk at seven different locations until July 14.


Hot demand for biscuit of love

One of the many items enjoyed during Hari Raya festivities is the kuih kapit, and many makers are having their hands full meeting demands.


Firefly colony in Kampung Dew serves as another eco-tourism destination in Perak

AS NIGHT descends, the serene riverbank of Sungai Dew near Jeti Kelip-Kelip in Kampung Dew slowly unveils itself as a refuge for the firefly colony.


Shielded by sound judgement

MIRI: Sarawak’s multi-racial and multi-religious society has continued to use their sound judgement in shielding themselves from being “inflicted” by extreme racial and religious propaganda.


Artist showcases works depicting country's beauty at solo show

AFTER 34 years of painting, 64-year-old Penang-born and self-taught artist Cheah Ewe Hoon launched her fifth solo art exhibition titled “Beyond Reality” in Kuala Lumpur recently.