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Bukit Lima Forest Park growing in popularity

THE Bukit Lima Forest Park has become very popular for recreation, nature walks, exercise and photography.


Wildfires sweeping Russia kill at least 25

MASLOVKA, Russia (Reuters) - Forest fires sweeping across European Russia on Friday killed at least 25 people and forced the evacuation of thousands in the hottest weather since records began 130 years ago.


Plants help reduce crime

THERE is more to the beauty and power of plants and flowers than meets the eye.


Spearheading tourism in Johor

Johor is regarded as an important gateway for the country. It accounts for about half the total number of tourist arrivals into the country. In 2009, Malaysia received 23.6 million foreign tourists. Nelson Benjamin and Austin Camoens talk to Johor state tourism chairman Hoo Seong Chang on efforts of the Johor Tourism Department to promote the state.


Russian agents in U.S. mastered art of blending in

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A ring of Russian spies, who pleaded guilty on Thursday to being foreign agents and will be sent home as part of a spy swap, developed deep cover to build ties with policymakers and send reports back to Moscow.


No quick rescue for trapped Chile miners - minister

COPIAPO, Chile (Reuters) - Rescuers started drilling small holes deep inside a mine in northern Chile on Sunday in a bid to rescue 33 miners trapped for three days, and the mining minister said the effort could take more than a week.


Country can fulfil potential to compete in Monsoon Cup

WHILE everyone is asking if a Malaysian team would ever make it as one of the top notch teams in the annual Monsoon Cup in Terengganu, Monsoon Cup race advisor Datuk Peter Gilmour thinks a Malaysian team will be there sooner than expected


Man dies while donating blood for the 45th time

GEORGE TOWN: A plumber's good intention turned tragic when he died shortly after developing a seizure while donating blood for the 45th time.


Meeting their equals

UNIVERSITI Sains Malaysia (USM) and Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) were declared joint champions at the 11-day Inter-Varsity Games (SUKUM) which ended in Minden, Penang.


Angry robber takes it out on baby

KUALA TERENGGANU: A terrified mother handed over an RM5,000 bangle to a robber who held her newborn baby at knifepoint.