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FACTBOX - Who's who in News of the World scandal

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron promised sweeping new rules for Britain's press on Friday and a full inquiry into failures by police and politicians as his own former spokesman was arrested over a newspaper phone-hacking scandal.


Wrath of environmentalists

A visit to the recently reopened Taman Rimba Ampang gives a good idea of the possible environmental impact the proposed East Klang Valley Expressway (EKVE), the final route of the Kuala Lumpur Outer Ring Road (KLORR), may have.


Ministry tries to reduce foreign labour in timber industry

BANTING: The Plantation Industries and Commodities Ministry is taking measures to increase the number of local workers in the timber industry while cutting down its dependence on foreign labour, said Minister Tan Sri Bernard Dompok.


Selangor Sultan advises against street demonstrations

PETALING JAYA: A royal caution has been issued by the Sultan of Selangor to the rakyat to stay away from street demonstrations.


Stay clean or you’re in trouble!

A STERN reminder has been issued to state civil servants that the Penang Government will not tolerate any sort of fraud, corruption or abuse of power, especially when it involves low-cost and affordable housing.


Scene of fighting, grandiose Mosul dam always beset with problems

DUBAI (Reuters) - The Mosul Dam was always meant to be a symbol of Iraq's grandiose ambition to escape poverty and underdevelopment.


Riding surge in support, UK's third party in spotlight

BRISTOL, England (Reuters) - The leader of Britain's third largest political party surged in popularity after a televised election debate last week but his rivals are likely to give him a much tougher time in Thursday's next round.


Poor teachers may hamper good students - U.S. study

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An unusual genetic study supports the argument that good teachers make a difference and shows that poor teachers may do damage, even to gifted students, researchers said on Thursday.


Main Sudan opposition withdraw from presidential polls

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan's main opposition parties have withdrawn from presidential elections, a senior member of one of the groups said on Thursday, a move that could wreck the looming vote and damage a faltering peace process.


Language woes main factor

From LIONG KAM CHONG of Seremban