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Thailand delays reopening of border

B>ARANYAPRATHET (Thailand): /B>Hundreds of Thai and Cambodian traders waiting for the reopening of a key border checkpoint were turned away yesterday after Thailand delayed the move until the weekend.


Women can play key role

It is time for women to influence decisions that cause war, the conduct of war and in post-conflict situations as they and children are the most directly affected by the horrors of war, Datin Seri Dr Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali said.

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Rebels in Aceh begin disarming

B>BANDA ACEH:/BRebels in strife-torn Aceh province said yesterday that they have begun laying down their weapons, raising hopes that a peace deal brokered by Swiss-based mediators could end the 27-year separatist war here that has killed more than 12,000 people.

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Sri Lanka’s Tigers vow to stop recruiting child soldiers

B>BERLIN:/BSri Lanka's Tamil Tigers pledged on Saturday to stop recruiting child soldiers, one of the biggest obstacles to the rebels' hopes of being seen as a legitimate political party.

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Hun Sen's guards for Thai envoys

B>PHNOM PENH:/BThailand#8217;s envoys were guarded by Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen#8217;s personal security team when they arrived here yesterday to take up their diplomatic mission after the two countries downgraded bilateral ties due to anti-Thai riots there.


Oil-for-food exchange with Iraq to remain unchanged

Malaysia will continue to send food and other products to Iraq under the oil-for-food programme regardless of the situation there.


Malaysian wife of Bali blast suspect held

Indonesian police have arrested the Malaysian wife of Muchlas @ Ali Ghuffron, who is one of the three Indonesian terrorists facing charges of being involved in the Bali bombings that killed over 200 people.


Aziz: Some SARs lied to get more govt funds

Some private-run community religious schools (SARs) falsely declared their enrolment to get government funds, the Education Ministry said.

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Myanmar faces US sanctions

B>WASHINGTON:/BThe United States said it was highly sceptical that Myanmar's military was serious about reform, and warned it was considering further sanctions against the junta as its patience wears thin.

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Under-20 tournament to be postponed if Americans attack Iraq

Even as FIFA president Sepp Blatter accepted an award for peace, he was preparing for war.