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A project to create a new landscape in Eritrea by growing mangroves where there were none previously has sparked protests among greenies. JONAH FISHER reports.
Turkey's glacier-crowned Mt. Ararat holds sway over a land that lies at the turbulent crossroads of religion, geopolitics, culture. It's a fair-sized mountain, to be sure. But for those new to mountaineering, it's a great confidence builder. Journey with ERIK FEARN on his epic climb up West Asia's most challenging peak.
England-based Wong Kim Lee will spearhead Malaysia's challenge in both the Scottish and British Open junior squash tournaments.
Malaysian Low Wee Wern qualified for the third round of the girls' Under-15 competition of the British Junior Open squash championships with a 9-1, 9-0, 9-0 win over Hannah Carey of England at the Hallamshire Squash Club here on Sunday.
The first professional cycling team from the Philippines, Pagcor-Casino Filipino Pro Cycling Team, will be joining the chase for Asian honours when the Tour of Langkawi starts on Friday.
B. SANJEEVAN rounds up the action at the recently-concluded African Cup of Nations which ended with Tunisia being crowned champion.
National chief coach Jamshed Gul intends to send the national junior squash players to Pakistan instead of Europe for future training camps.
ATLAS Defence Technology Sdn Bhd is aiming to become one of the major service providers of marine technology in South-East Asia.
DID you know that salt, cattle and even cowrie shells were once used as money? As it is, the word 'salary' comes from the Latin word I>salarium/I>, meaning 'of salt', and 'fee' comes from the German word for cattle. You can learn such interesting trivia on money matters at Trigometric, a currency specialist shop and gallery in Amcorp Mall, Petaling Jaya.
A perfume launch at Chanel had this reporter sweating it out for her two #8216;scents#8217; worth, writes PATSY KAM.