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Malaysians not far behind, says Mahathir

Malaysians are not far behind in the race to acquire knowledge, said former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

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Rafidah: Stabilised oil price will be good for our trade partners

Malaysia likes to see prices of natural resources such as petroleum stabilise so as not to affect its trading partners, said International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Rafidah Aziz.

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Twins lured with sweets and molested

A pair of 10-year-old twin schoolgirls were sexually molested by a 70-year-old neighbour in Bukit Mertajam on Sunday.

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News in brief

News in brief on: 'Swindlers held over underpants', 'Indon cops hunt for weapons', 'Kazakh DPM quits post' and '117 killed in pre-polls clashes'.

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Hotel worker held over teacher’s murder

A 48-year-old hotel worker has been arrested in connection with the murder of a teacher who was found strangled and dumped in a stream at an oil palm plantation in Baling, Kedah on April 5.

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Cabbie's body found in plantation

A taxi driver was found murdered and his body dumped near an oil palm plantation in Senai while his vehicle was recovered some 35km away in the city centre on Saturday.

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Terengganu government takes over to plan oil fund disbursement

The state government will take over planning related to the disbursement of funds from the Federal Government's Special Fund (from petroleum royalty) in Terengganu. Ministries and Federal agencies performed this task when the state was ruled by PAS.

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Unidentified men open fire on Shell building

B>MANILA: /B>Suspected communist guerillas fired a grenade into a building housing the offices of multinational oil giant Shell early yesterday, punching a hole in a window but causing no injuries, police said.

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Vietnam starts tours to Spratlys

A Vietnam navy ship carrying dozens of the first tourists to visit the disputed Spratly islands set sail from Ho Chi Minh City early yesterday, prompting a protest from Beijing and a rebuke from Manila.

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Don’t overreact to clash police chief tells foreigner workers

Sarawak police have called on Indonesian workers from different ethnic backgrounds in the state to keep calm and not to overreact to Monday's violent clash between Bugis and Bima workers in Batu Niah resulting in the death of three of them.