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Darkness is illuminating in N.Korea

PYONGYANG (Reuters) - It is eight o'clock on a Saturday night and darkness envelopes virtually all of Pyongyang, serving as a vivid reminder of communist North Korea's pressing energy needs.


Tasting the rich fruits of labour

I WAS in a glitzy auto showroom in Luqiao, one of the main city zones of Taizhou, admiring an Audi open-top, a sports car similar to that Princess Diana used to drive to her gym in London before her death, except that this baby was the latest model.


Typhoon kills one as it churns across Taiwan

TAIPEI (Reuters) - A typhoon churned across Taiwan on Thursday after killing at least one person and injuring 24 as it toppled billboards, broke windows and knocked motorcyclists off their bikes.


New Orleans rocked by Hurricane Katrina

NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Hurricane Katrina pounded Louisiana on Monday and threatened to swamp low-lying New Orleans as it roared on a coastal path that will take it into neighboring Mississippi and Alabama.


Cigarettes: Ban on 14-stick packs put off

Cigarettes in packs of 14 will still be in the market until 2010, following a Cabinet decision to defer the ban on the sales of such packs.


Amber to help raise funds for orphans

She has beauty and fame. Her face lights up billboards and television commercials. But Amber Chia's heart is for the children.


All sectors should cut costs and save energy

THE practice of lighting up streets and buildings, and the use of high consumption neon lights on billboards should be curbed to conserve energy,IMalaysia Nanban/Iproposed.


Ikhwan picks up where Termizi left off

THE Petaling Jaya Municipal Council's (MPPJ) full board meeting for July was held without a council president. Former president Datuk Termizi Puteh had retired quietly.


CORRECTED - China braces for typhoon as Taiwan cleans up

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China braces for Typhoon as Taiwan cleans up

TAIPEI/BEIJING (Reuters) - Typhoon Haitang swirled towards China's southeast coast on Tuesday after killing up to six people in Taiwan, injuring 30 and wreaking damage estimated at US$41 million.