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Triple car bombing kills 40 in southern Iraq

AMARA, Iraq (Reuters) - Three car bombs ripped through a busy street in the Shi'ite city of Amara on Wednesday, killing 40 people and wounding 125 in one of the deadliest attacks in southern Iraq this year, police said.


Don’t take advantage of orang asli, firms told

The Government has received several reports of unscrupulous people making deals with companies to exploit products of the orang asli community.


Pope tells Muslims he's "deeply sorry" for crisis

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Benedict tried on Sunday to calm Muslim anger at his remarks on Islam, saying he was


Avoid going to border towns

Malaysians have been advised against going to border towns in Thailand for Hari Raya shopping and entertainment.


Italian nun slain in Somalia, Pope link speculation

MOGADISHU (Reuters) - Gunmen killed an Italian nun at a children's hospital in Mogadishu on Sunday in an attack that drew immediate speculation of links to Muslim anger over the Pope's recent remarks on Islam.


Ensure exam script security

The Malaysian Examinations Board must beef up security when transporting answer scripts.


U.S.-S.Korea start military drills, North sees war

SEOUL (Reuters) - U.S. and South Korean troops started military drills on Monday that are likely to increase regional tensions already high due to the North's July 5 missile launches and reports it is preparing for a nuclear test.


Health director: Common illnesses killed orang asli kids

The deaths of five orang asli children in three settlements here last month were not due to any outbreak, Pahang Health Department director Dr Hasan Abdul Rahman said.


UK averted anti-Muslim backlash after bombs - EU

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Coordinated action by the British government, police and minority leaders averted a violent backlash against Muslims after the July 7 London bombings, the EU's racism watchdog says in a new report.


Two Koreas restore rail link after 50 years

PAJU, South Korea (Reuters) - The two Koreas on Tuesday started their first regular train service since the 1950-1953 war by sending freight cars across their heavily armed border for a run hailed as a milestone in reconciliation.