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Letters

Race-relations test case

A LEGAL battle over college and university admission criteria based on race that has gone up before the United States Supreme Court could have far-reaching implications on race relations in the country.

AseanPlus News

Nepal's anti-rebel police chief killed

B>KATHMANDU: /B>Suspected Maoist rebels shot dead the chief of Nepal#8217;s anti-rebel police force and his wife on the outskirts of this capital early yesterday, police and officials said.

Lifestyle

Limited liberties a fact of life

THE issue of young persons being restricted to the house after 10pm has attracted considerable media coverage at the beginning of the year.

Letters

Don't allow racists to lead us astray

By Wong Chun Wai.

Nation

Group: Meeting was open, legal

The organiser of an Islamic congress in Makassar, South Sulawesi, two years ago has confirmed the participation of PAS acting president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang but said it was a legal and open meeting.

Nation

Ecuador sending a small team

Ecuador is sending a small team for the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit here, but its Foreign Minister Dr Nina Pacari Vega will be out to make her presence felt.

Nation

Families of diplomatic staff return

Compiled by WONG LI ZA (Feb 10-15)

AseanPlus News

US confounds Iraqi opposition

B>DUBAI:/BIraq's fractious opposition appears to have been thrown off balance by declared US plans to set up a military government in Baghdad after the eventual ouster of Saddam Hussein.

AseanPlus News

Manila spurns US combat role

ZAMBOANGA: US and Filipino troops formally launched new anti-terrorism exercises yesterday as the Philippines flatly rejected any combat role for the Americans in fighting Abu Sayyaf rebels linked to al-Qaeda.

Letters

Fallout from Sept 11 aftershock

THE opinion poll on Iraq was indeed an eye-opener: some 45% in Britain said President George W. Bush was 'as big a threat' as President Saddam Hussein to world peace.