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Russia test-fires ballistic missile - state agency

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Saturday test-fired a inter-continental missile with new equipment able to pierce anti-missile shields, state news agency RIA said, underscoring Moscow's determination to assert its military might.

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Abu Bakar: Always treat patients first , payment can come later

It is the duty of private hospitals to make every attempt to evaluate and stabilise a patient before asking for a deposit, said president of the Association of Private Hospitals Malaysia Tan Sri Dr Abu Bakar Suleiman.

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90-year term for airport coach robber

A trader who pleaded guilty to nine counts of armed gang robbery in an airport coach was sentenced to 90 years jail and ordered to be whipped three times.

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Cops nab duo for murder

Two men have been arrested in connection with the murder-cum-robbery of a 61-year-old woman in Teluk Kerang last week.

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Couple attack informant

A trader, who reported his relative to the religious department for cohabiting with a female companion, had acid splashed on his face andI/I>was slashed on the head when the couple chanced upon him at a restaurant here.

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Cops puzzled over 60,000 missing psychotropic pills

Selangor police are puzzled how 60,000 psychotropic pills kept in three sealed boxes could go missing right under their noses.

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Democracy at China Party meet means all vote "yes"

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's ruling Communist Party has gone to great pains to show it's open and willing to have more debate at this week's key Congress, but when it comes to voting, almost everyone still votes

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Democracy at China Party meet means all vote "yes"

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's ruling Communist Party has gone to great pains to show it's open and willing to have more debate at this week's key Congress, but when it comes to voting, almost everyone still votes

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Democracy at China Party meet means all vote "yes"

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's ruling Communist Party has gone to great pains to show it's open and willing to have more debate at this week's key Congress, but when it comes to voting, almost everyone still votes

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Florida boot camp staff cleared in teen's death

MIAMI (Reuters) - A Florida jury acquitted seven former guards and a nurse of manslaughter on Friday in the death of a 14-year-old boy whose beating by the guards at a juvenile boot camp was caught on videotape.