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Figure skating-Germans pip Russians for fourth title

NICE, France (Reuters) - Robin Szolkowy proved his 32-year-old legs were still capable of out-performing his younger rivals as he and Aliona Savchenko captured their fourth world championship pairs title by the narrowest of margins on Friday.

Elderly residents enjoy a day of fun and laughter

THERE is a saying that “laughter is the best medicine”, and that was one of the ways a team from Bukit Kiara Properties Sdn Bhd (BKP) spread some love and joy during a visit to Rumah Caring Kajang recently.

Mali coup leader seeks help as rebels take town

BAMAKO (Reuters) - Mali's junta leader appealed on Friday for outside help to secure the West African country after separatist Tuareg rebels took the strategic northern town of Kidal.

Mali coup leader seeks help as rebels take town

BAMAKO (Reuters) - Mali's junta leader appealed on Friday for outside help to secure the West African country after separatist Tuareg rebels took the strategic northern town of Kidal.

Figure skating-Germans pip Russians for fourth title

NICE, France (Reuters) - Robin Szolkowy proved his 32-year-old legs were still capable of out-performing his younger rivals as he and Aliona Savchenko captured their fourth world championship pairs title by the narrowest of margins on Friday.

Figure skating-Germans pip Russians for fourth title

NICE, France (Reuters) - Robin Szolkowy proved his 32-year-old legs were still capable of out-performing his younger rivals as he and Aliona Savchenko captured their fourth world championship pairs title by the narrowest of margins on Friday.

Castle’s last stand

Worlds of Wonder by Kaleon Rahan.

Please, please me

If all you need is love, then there was plenty of that to be had at Dewan Filharmonik Petronas recently when the Fab Four took centre stage.

Cuban-Americans find hope on return to homeland

HAVANA (AP): Pope Benedict XVI's visit to Cuba drew nearly 300 Americans to the island they or their parents long ago fled. What they found was a country that was different from the one they had imagined, yet somehow still close to the place they had dreamed of.

Hong Kong Kwok brother tycoons "arrested"

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's Independent Commission Against Corruption on Thursday arrested two senior company executives, identified in the media as Sun Hung Kai Properties tycoon brothers Raymond and Thomas Kwok, for corruption, it said.