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US to pour more troops into Iraq

B>BAGHDAD:/BThe United States said on Thursday it will pour more troops into Iraq after another US soldier died there in a roadside ambush and Russia agreed to consider reducing Iraq's crippling debt.

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Bid for inquest dismissed

A magistrate#8217;s court in Seremban has asked the father of a Form Six student shot dead by police to re-file his application for an inquest.

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It’s 2-2 between cheats and refs

Cristiano Ronaldo felt a foor brush his thigh. He tumbled over. Simone Inzaghi felt a tug on his hurt. He went to ground. And two men cheated to get two penalties - and two goals - for their teams. But the refs weren't always fooled. Two others had to live with yellow cards when the refs wouldn't buy in the Champions League.

Letters

Surprise end to Porteous saga

BY JEFFREY FRANCIS

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Praise, scolding for boy who saved man

TEENAGER Edwin Yeo, who saved a man from being hacked to death by an axe-wielding assailant in April, was first praised and then ticked off by a coroner on Friday.

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Ethnic minorities claim racial discrimination in HK

B>HONG KONG:/BMore than 50% of Nepalese, Pakistanis and Indians here say they have been victims of discrimination at work, a survey released yesterday found.

Nation

Lawyer acquitted of charge of interrupting court

The magistrate#8217;s court yesterday acquitted lawyer P. Uthayakumar of a charge of intentionally interrupting a magistrate in the course of a judicial proceeding last year.

Nation

Appeal filed against lawyer’s discharge

The Attorney-General's Chambers has filed an appeal against the High Court decision to release lawyer P. Uthayakumar for an alleged criminal intimidation act on a policeman at a magistrate's court last year.

Nation

Lawyer granted discharge by court

Lawyer P. Uthayakumar has been granted a discharge of a verbal criminal intimidation act allegedly inflicted upon a policeman at the Sepang magistrate#8217;s court on Sept 3, last year.

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Cops found negligent in tragedy

Zimbabwean police officers acted negligently when they fired teargas at football fans on terraces provoking a stampede which left 13 people dead at an international match here in July 2000, a court ruled on Friday.