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BERLIN/MOSCOW (Reuters) - The luxury hotel in Berlin where Mikhail Khodorkovsky has spent the last few nights is worlds away from Corrective Colony No. 7, where the former oil tycoon was locked up for years.
MECCA: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak's visit to Saudi Arabia has not only boosted the Kuala Lumpur-Riyadh ties but also catalysed Malaysian professionals to seek bigger opportunities.
Encounter with two remarkable youths gives this writer valuable lessons in respect, ingenuity and tolerance.
BANGUI (Reuters) - Chadian peacekeepers fired on a crowd demonstrating against their presence in the capital of Central African Republic, where at least nine people were killed in inter-religious violence on Monday.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A war of words escalated on Monday between Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and a cleric with powerful influence in the police and judiciary, worsening political turmoil unleashed by a corruption scandal.
MADINAH: The state guest status accorded by the Saudi Arabia government to the Prime Minister’s arrival here was a testimony to the close relationship between Malaysia and Saudi Arabia, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said.
The tale of Snooky.
Asean should not take sides
THE northern state of Rajasthan in India has always held the epic setting of valour, chivalry, contrasted by imposing landscapes and architecture. It also brings to mind revelry, glittering jewellery, dazzling handicrafts, colourful attire, folk music and dance.
A new website for Muslim travellers which includes a global directory of halal restaurants and dedicated city guides launched Wednesday in a bid to capitalise on the growing number of Islamic tourists.