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SEOUL (Reuters) - North and South Koreans celebrated in Pyongyang on Wednesday, the fifth anniversary of a historic inter-Korean summit, but Pyongyang's pursuit of nuclear weapons overshadowed prospects for reunifying the divided peninsula.
Two Malaysian students had a once-in-a-lifetime experience in London recently, taking part in a public speaking competition and mingling with over 60 participants from 37 countries.
THEY came, they saw and they wanted to conquer. But due to stiff competition, the two Malaysian student representatives at the International Public Speaking Competition 2005 in London didn't quite succeed.
Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi paid tribute to his predecessors, saying that he feels blessed to have served under each of the four former prime ministers.
If you love rock music, wouldn't you find it exciting to be involved in the behind-the-scenes organisation of a concert that will be thronged by 20,000 other fans like yourself? AIUS provides students with that option.
I>'Kepada Mahathir Mohamad, berusaha dan belajarlah untuk masa depan yang lebih cerah.'/I(To Mahathir Mohamad, work and study hard for a brighter future.) This message was from Dr Mahathir to a nine-year-old earthquake survivor from Nias island, Indonesia, who was named after him.
Despite the recent blasts that claimed two lives and injured 71 others, this southern Thai city can expect droves of tourists next week for the annual Songkran Festival.
Dr Martin Luther King Jr once said: 'We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.'
What makes a doctor? How does a high school graduate turn into a compassionate, caring professional with skill and wisdom to whom you would entrust your life, or the lives of your family? How do medical schools decide what are the right characteristics, choose the raw recruits, and undertake the conversion from raw material to finished product?
Asian leaders yesterday called the strong turnout in the Iraqi election a major step forward after Saddam Hussein's rule but some feared the vote could spell more violence and sectarian tensions in a country already torn by insurgency.