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IMMINENT war did not stop 26,000 people from streaming into Singapore#8217;s first big travel fair of the year, but it did translate into very few bookings to Turkey and the Middle East.
WHEN Jimmy Tok#039;s house got burgled in 1995, despite a functioning alarm system in place, he was furious and resolved that it should never happen again.
She was dressed in a purplish I>baju kurung/Iand a shocking green headscarf. On her face, a layer of grease had formed over her slightly dark skin - a result of her day's activities.
Athir Kamel works as a guide-cum-driver. His easy nature and endless jokes always put journalists at ease. But on Friday evening, as he watched US troops walk in and out the Palestine Hotel like they owned it, he broke down: #8220;I am ashamed to be an Iraqi. My heart is bleeding and no medicine can heal the wound. This is not my country any more.
Sir Edmund Hillary who scaled Mount Everest 50 years ago speaks of his feat with modesty, writes DAVID FICKLING.