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Still fired up by his inherited trade

His shop was dark and dusty. Long tongs, big hammers and sacks containing moulded pieces of iron lay at the bottom of the cool forge. The blacksmith was wearing a soiled T-shirt, cap and a pair of grey trousers. Tan Chim Sin's forge was not fired up for work that day.

Lava flows down sides of Indonesian volcano

MOUNT MERAPI, Indonesia (Reuters) - Lava streamed down the sides of Indonesia's mystical Mount Merapi on Tuesday, but the clouds of hot gas belching from the top were substantially smaller than the day before.

Lava flows down sides of Indonesian volcano

MOUNT MERAPI, Indonesia (Reuters) - Lava streamed down the sides of Indonesia's mystical Mount Merapi on Tuesday, but the clouds of hot gas belching from the top were substantially smaller than the day before.

Mechanic who answered distress call found dead

A 27-year-old mechanic who responded to a distress call was found dead, with a slash and stab wounds, in his car along the Mambau-Sendayan road early Sunday morning.

First oral iron chelator approved

Novartis announced the approval of Deferasirox - the first and only once-daily oral iron chelator - by the US Food and Drug Administration. It has been approved for the treatment of chronic iron overload due to blood transfusions in adults and children age two and older.

Couple attack informant

A trader, who reported his relative to the religious department for cohabiting with a female companion, had acid splashed on his face andI/I>was slashed on the head when the couple chanced upon him at a restaurant here.

Lazio fined over neo Nazi

Lazio were fined 8,000 euros on Tuesday for letting their supporters show a neo Nazi symbol in the stands at the weekend but striker Paulo Di Canio was not punished for making a fascist salute.

Abu Bakar: Always treat patients first , payment can come later

It is the duty of private hospitals to make every attempt to evaluate and stabilise a patient before asking for a deposit, said president of the Association of Private Hospitals Malaysia Tan Sri Dr Abu Bakar Suleiman.

Factory owner cleared of manslaughter

A factory owner has been acquitted of manslaughter by a Sessions Court in Ipoh.

Cops puzzled over 60,000 missing psychotropic pills

Selangor police are puzzled how 60,000 psychotropic pills kept in three sealed boxes could go missing right under their noses.