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More Malaysian singers are hitting the right notes in the crowded Chinese musicmarket in Asia, writes LI EE KEE.
B>PUTRAJAYA: /B>A Malaysian was caught trying to sell a passport that had been tampered with to a Sri Lankan at the Penang International Airport here yesterday.
Many drugs are legally used in animal feed to improve growth and/or treat diseases. However, there are some that are banned. Recent reportssay that some swine farmers in Malaysia are still feeding their pigs prohibited beta-agonists. TEE SHIAO EEK looks at the issue, and wonders what is safe to eat these days.
CLICHY-SOUS-BOIS, France (Reuters) - Armed men set fire to two buses in a rundown Paris suburb on Friday, the first anniversary of the start of the worst riots in the French capital in nearly 40 years.
About 70% of locally-bred pigs are still fed beta-agonist, a substance banned two years ago, according to the Malaysian Pork Sellers Association.
BUJUMBURA (Reuters) - Burundian intelligence agents have executed at least 38 people and arbitrarily detained hundreds in the past year, a rights watchdog said on Wednesday, urging the government to prosecute those who committed abuses.