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Birthday 'bomb' hoax falls flat

B>TAIPEI:/BA female university student in Taiwan who thought sending a birthday #8220;bomb#8221; package would be funny instead received a blasting from police, officials said yesterday.


High Court dismisses appeal by ex-student

A former International Islamic University student, who had since been charged in US for being part of a terrorist group linked to al-Qaeda, lost in his effort to overturn a High Court order for him to pay cost for an aborted I>habeas corpus /I>application.


50 cry foul over memory programme

More than 50 people have allegedly been swindled of a total of RM1mil by a 'memory power expert' who promised to increase their memory powers and train them to teach others the skill.

Other Sport

Novice Casey holds his nerves to win final B and H International

Tour novice Paul Casey kept his nerve to win the last ever B and H International Open yesterday when he shot a final round one-under 71 to finish 11-under for the championship.


Foreign Snippets


Schools are still empty

Schools reopened in Nasiriyah a week ago but a general lack of security has made frightened parents keep their children at home. Laila Matrud who teaches at the Tijarah secondary school for girls said because of the current state of lawlessness, parents were afraid their teenage daughters might be kidnapped or sold.


Cherish life

LIKE most people, I was shocked upon hearing news of the death of Hong Kong actor-singer Leslie Cheung. The death of a local former actor, Liu Chin Kiong, was upsetting too.


Mums pine for their sons

Two mothers are pining for their sons who were among three Malaysian students who stayed back in Baghdad as US-led forces attacked Iraq.


Miss Tourism wants to wipe out global poverty

South African Charlene Gerber, who wants to wipe out poverty in the world if given the power, has been crowned Miss Tourism Intercontinental 2003.


Informing the blind and deaf

Jonathan Mok, who will be turning 53 this month, has been trying to catch up on the latest developments in the invasion of Iraq. However, unlike most Malaysians, Mok is unable to watch the news on TV. That#8217;s because he has been blind for most of his life.