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Attack by Iraq "shepherd" bomber kills 9 - police

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Nine people were killed when a suicide bomber posing as a shepherd attacked police north of Baghdad on Tuesday and at least six civilians died in a spate of shootings by U.S. soldiers, security officials said.

Israel pounds Lebanon in widening war on Hizbollah

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Israeli planes blasted roads and bridges in south, east and north Lebanon on Saturday, a day after Hizbollah's chief declared open war on Israel for a blitz launched in reprisal for the capture of two Israeli soldiers.

Israel resumes Lebanon offensive, 4 killed

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Israeli aircraft pounded areas in south, east and northern Lebanon on Saturday, a day after Hizbollah's chief declared an open war against the Jewish state following the bombardment of his stronghold in Beirut.

India widens hunt for Mumbai bombers

MUMBAI (Reuters) - India broadened its search for the Mumbai bombers with police tracing calls made to Pakistan and Bangladesh as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh arrives in India's biggest city on Friday to meet people wounded in the attacks.

Woman duped of life savings in scam

A woman in her 60s from Kluang was duped of her life savings of RM109,000 in a scratch-and-win scam.

Computers, software seized in raid on firm

More than RM300,000 worth of computer equipment and suspected pirated software were seized from a company on Tuesday during a raid by the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Ministry.

Customs ‘donate’ 10 cars to IRB

The Customs Department handed over 10 confiscated Volvo cars to the Inland Revenue Board to be used by the board's officers in going after tax dodgers.

JI suspects held over bomb plot

Philippine security forces said yesterday they had foiled a plot by an al-Qaeda-linked South-East Asian terror group to bomb ceremonies marking President Gloria Arroyo's inauguration.

Japan cracks down on illegal foreign workers

Japanese authorities yesterday arrested 28 Asians, mostly Chinese, employed by factories linked to the country's top mayonnaise maker as the government stepped up a crackdown on illegal foreign workers.

Palestinians, Israelis fear truce may not last

BEIT LAHIYA, Gaza (Reuters) - Forced to abandon his strawberry fields two years ago because of violence along the Israel-Gaza border, Palestinian Tawfiq Ghaben hopes an imminent truce could mean a return to working the land.