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B>MANILA:/BThe World Health Organisation (WHO), alarmed that both cases of SARS in the last three months have been traced to laboratory accidents, said yesterday it was asking governments to ensure safety at research institutions.
B>BEIJING:/BTwo Chinese hotel workers were sentenced to life in prison yesterday for organising a sex romp involving hundreds of Japanese tourists in a case that hit a raw nerve in China and sparked public outrage.
THE East Asian region needs no reminders of how terrible and destructive a deadly contagious disease can be: SARS has been only the latest of such scourges. Our progress today is built on having contained or overcome past contagions and other mishaps of nature.
POLICE received 714 reports of rape and 666 reports of cases involving outraging of modesty between January and June this year.
Thai police have arrested a Singaporean man who treatened by e-mail to assassinate Singapore's Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong and bomb two embassies during the Apec summit this month.
The proprietor of an old folks home at Taman Selatan here, who was sought over the murder of a 58-year-old inmate, was nabbed by police yesterday as he tried to sneak into the country by taxi at Padang Besar in Perlis.
The Malacca state police contingent has been ranked the best in the country in solving criminal cases.
The hunt for suspected Jemaah Islamiah (JI) members, especially its bomb expert Dr Azahari Husin and chief co-ordinator Nordin Mohd Top, is expected to be hotly discussed by Asean police chiefs during their annual meeting in Manila beginning today.
German police believe that a Nigerian syndicate is using Malaysia as its base to carry out their US$3mil (RM11.4mil) cheating scam by conning relatives of dead people.
The wife of a proprietor of an old folks and nursing home here and an inmate of the home were charged yesterday with the murder of another inmate on Aug 15.