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Experts expect 'long haul'

B>GUANGZHOU:/BWorld Health Organisation (WHO) disease experts warned they could be in for the #8220;long haul#8221; as they began a probe here yesterday into the origins of an outbreak of deadly pneumonia which has killed more than 80 people around the world.


Expert Lum brings out the best in cover girls

Image-maker Peter Lum has over a decade of experience in putting together a look for celebrities who appear on the cover of magazines.


Breast cancer affects men, too

Malaysian men are unaware that they, too, can get breast cancer and that it is far easier to detect a growth in a man's breast than a woman's, doctors said Saturday.


Asean to invite North Korea to forum in June

Malaysia and Thailand will be part of a friendly delegation to meet and invite North Korean officials to attend the Asean Regional Forum in Cambodia this June in a move to ease mounting tensions between the United States and North Korea.

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Aceh conflict looks likely to flare up again

B>JAKARTA:/BIndonesia's longest and bloodiest conflict is in imminent danger of breaking out again, just four months after a peace agreement was signed to international acclaim.


‘Don’t turn away suspected cases’

Private practitioners have been cautioned not to turn away patients with Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)-like symptoms to avert local transmission of the disease.


'Threat reveals US stand'

Washington#8217;s latest threat against Syria is seen as if it is picking on one Muslim country after another, Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said.


Change mindset to overcome problems, says PM

Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad has called on the public and private sectors not to depend on government stimulus packages to ensure sustainable long-term growth but to undertake strategic shifts to overcome weaknesses in the domestic economy.


Pursue policy's noble aims, says Cuepacs

The implementation of the National Education Policy should be reviewed to focus on promoting racial integration and to reduce dependence on foreign labour, said Cuepacs president Datuk N. Siva Subramaniam.


MTUC to hold pickets over low EPF dividend

MTUC will hold pickets in front of all Employees' Provident Fund offices to protest against the lower dividend payout for the year 2002.