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Boxing: Pacquiao says he can fight up to three more years

SINGAPORE: Philippine boxing icon Manny Pacquiao said on Friday that he can fight for another three years despite two successive losses, brushing aside calls for him to retire and focus on his political career.

Paris ramps up tourist security amid Chinese concerns

PARIS (Reuters) - France said on Friday it would work harder to safeguard tourists in Paris after a spate of muggings of Asian visitors made such headlines in China that the Chinese embassy demanded action.

Iran's Rouhani misquoted in remarks on Israel - state TV

DUBAI (Reuters) - Two days before his inauguration as Iran's new president, Hassan Rouhani said on Friday that Israeli occupation of Palestinian land had inflicted a "wound" on the Muslim world, according to a segment of his remarks broadcast on Iran's state-run Press TV.

Setting the highest standards

Based on current trends where degree courses and reputation of a varsity matter, some of the world’s best universities are offering top-notch courses at their respective campuses in Educity Iskandar Malaysia.

Parents of suspected child abuse victim remanded

IPOH: The parents of a five-year-old girl, who is on life support after being brutally caned, have been remanded for three days.

Tunisian union head mediates in political standoff

TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's powerful UGTT trade union federation sought to mediate in the country's political crisis on Wednesday, consulting the secular opposition on its proposals for new elections before meeting with the ruling Islamists on Thursday.

Chinese demonstrate for Bo Xilai on the eve of trial

JINAN, China (Reuters) - A handful of supporters of ousted Chinese politician Bo Xilai protested outside a courthouse in eastern China on Wednesday on the eve of his trial to denounce what they said was politically motivated persecution.

Malaysia ahead of other countries

MALAYSIA is ahead of many countries in terms of providing one-stop services to the people, said Canada-based Institute for Citizen Centered Services co-founder Dr Derek Brian Marson.

Put your pain into words

DO you get a sudden pain that feels like ants are crawling in you or a sharp pain similar to an electric shock? Chances are you could be suffering from nerve pain.

Teen’s joyride with friends backfires

IPOH: After learning that his niece was kidnapped from her school in Buntong, a man went searching for her with his friends.