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Breaking the colour barrier

America is still grappling with its race problem. The struggle for civil rights is a journey, not a destination.

World

U.S. Democrats compromise on Florida, Michigan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Democratic Party backed a compromise to seat the disputed Michigan and Florida delegations at reduced strength on Saturday, sparking anger from Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and threats to press the issue at the August nominating convention.

World

Democrats try to settle Florida, Michigan dispute

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Democratic Party will search for a compromise over disputed convention delegates from Florida and Michigan on Saturday in what could be Hillary Clinton's last chance to gain ground on presidential rival Barack Obama.

World

Democrats tackle dispute over Florida, Michigan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Democratic Party searched for a compromise over disputed convention delegates from Florida and Michigan on Saturday in what could be Hillary Clinton's last chance to gain ground on presidential rival Barack Obama.

World

Democrats tackle dispute over Florida, Michigan

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Democratic Party searched for a compromise over disputed convention delegates from Florida and Michigan on Saturday in what could be Hillary Clinton's last chance to gain ground on presidential rival Barack Obama.

Community

Getting ready to pick village heads

A RM200 monthly allowance may be a paltry sum for handling the welfare of over 5,000 families.

Other Sport

Gunalan loses BWF’s vote of no confidence

Malaysia's Datuk Punch Gunalan's reign of over two decades in the Badminton World Federation (BWF) is as good as over.

Other Sport

Sebastian wants Ferguson for Britain’s Olympic job

Sebastian Coe revealed Wednesday that he has held talks with Sir Alex Ferguson to try and persuade the Manchester United manager to coach a British football team at the 2012 London Olympics.

World

Palestinians losing faith in two-state solution

RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Sixty years ago, Arab leaders rejected the partition of Palestine and with it a United Nations proposal of a Palestinian state alongside Israel.

World

Palestinians losing faith in two-state solution

RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Sixty years ago, Arab leaders rejected the partition of Palestine and with it a United Nations proposal of a Palestinian state alongside Israel.