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505 foreign vice workers nabbed in raids last year

PENANG: A whopping 505 vice workers, mostly from China, were arrested at various karaoke lounges and health clubs in George Town last year.

Divorce rates soar in Darfur due to conflict - paper

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Divorce rates have rocketed in Sudan's Darfur region, where the festering conflict has taken a toll on family life, media reported on Wednesday.

Israel foiling Palestinian security effort - minister

RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Palestinian Interior Minister Abdel-Razak al-Yahya accused Israel on Tuesday of hampering efforts to keep order in the occupied West Bank.

Palestinian minister says Israel foiling security effort

RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Palestinian Interior Minister Abdel-Razak al-Yahya accused Israel on Tuesday of hampering efforts to keep order in the occupied West Bank.

Anger, scepticism awaits Bush in Middle East

BEIRUT (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush's visit to the Middle East this week will evoke widespread hostility in a region where many view him as a war-monger pursuing U.S.-Israeli hegemony, not peace and democracy.

Abbas to push Olmert on settlements before Bush trip

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The Palestinian president will press Israel's prime minister on Tuesday to halt settlements and army raids as they try to salvage a U.S.-backed peace process on the eve of a visit from its sponsor, President George W. Bush.

Anger, scepticism awaits Bush in Middle East

BEIRUT (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush's visit to the Middle East this week will evoke widespread hostility in a region where many view him as a war-monger pursuing U.S.-Israeli hegemony, not peace and democracy.

Fun kabbadi on the beach

IT was a day of fun for about 100 juniors who took part in the SportsUnite-KJKC beach kabaddi championships in Morib recently.

Police sink drug ring using illegal fishermen

Police believe they may have uncovered a drug syndicate involving foreigners working illegally as fishermen in the district following the arrest of eight Myanmar nationals in several raids since Sunday.

Israel kills 4 in Gaza raid, Olmert vows escalation

GAZA (Reuters) - Israeli troops killed four Palestinians in a raid into the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip on Sunday, witnesses said, and Prime Minister Ehud Olmert vowed to step up attacks on militants who fire rockets into Israel.