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'I can't take this any more' - Rohingya Muslims flee Myanmar in new surge

COX'S BAZAR, Bangladesh (Reuters) - Thousands of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar fled to Bangladesh on Monday in a new surge of refugees driven by fears of starvation and violence the United Nations has denounced as ethnic cleansing.

AseanPlus News

Massacre victims seek justice

TAIPEI: For Pan Hsin-hsing the sight and smell of lilies held a particular horror for many years – the pungent flowers decorated the room where his executed father lay before the funeral.

World

In China, consumers seem to shrug off deadly bird flu outbreak

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Four years ago, a bird flu outbreak in China killed at least three dozen people, triggered mass poultry culling, put masks on millions of Chinese faces and hammered shares in fast food and travel companies.

Nation

‘Non-halal’ tags added to avoid brush with the law

JOHOR BARU: In light of the authorities’ move to seize paint brushes suspected to be made from pig bristles, some hardware shops here are tagging all the brushes sold in their premises as “non-halal”.

Nation

Eggs for the poor pupils

A CHINESE primary school in Mantin, Negri Sembilan, has been giving out free eggs daily since March after learning that one of its pupils had to skip meals just to save pocket money, reported Sin Chew Daily.

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Taiwan’s ex-leader Ma in libel case

Taipei: Taiwan’s former president Ma Ying-jeou (pic) made his first appearance in court in a long-running libel case against a commentator who claimed he had taken illicit political donations.

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Taiwan’s ex-leader Ma in court over libel case

Taipei, Aug 2, 2016 (AFP) - Taiwan’s former president Ma Ying-jeou made his first appearance in court Tuesday in a long-running libel case against a commentator who claimed he had taken illicit political donations.

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Soldiers' killing of stray dog sparks uproar in Taiwan

TAIPEI: The brutal killing of a stray dog by soldiers has sparked an uproar in Taiwan, forcing the defence minister to issue a public apology and President Tsai Ing-wen to express concern in the midst of her first official overseas trip.

Education

Scholars rewarded for hard work

STUDENTS who excelled academically and in extra-curricular activities from 23 Chinese independent schools in the country have been awarded scholarships.

Nation

Expo in revamped I-City draws huge crowd looking for desirable real estate

PETALING JAYA: I-City’s first property fair since the revamp of its sales gallery opened with confidence and style.