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New TV series with female leads

Tori Spelling, Jennie Garth and Emily Osment comedies will debut this year.

AseanPlus News

Masyhadi — the son of a terrorist

Mas Selamat’s eldest offspring stayed below the radar for a decade until he was arrested on his wedding day.

World

Vandals steal ancient rock carvings in California

LOS ANGELES - Vandals have stolen at least four ancient rock carvings, apparently using cement-cutting circular saws to slice them out of a valuable archeological site in California, experts said.

World

Ceremony for 10th anniversary of Bali bombings begins

JIMBARAN, Indonesia: An emotionally charged ceremony marking a decade since the Bali bombings killed 202 people got under way Friday with hundreds of survivors and relatives of the dead in attendance.

Lifestyle

Lifting AirAsia to greater heights

When AirAsia chief Tan Sri Tony Fernandes told Singaporean Kathleen Tan to ‘go changeChina’, the aviation novice got herself a map and started knocking on doors . Now, she isthe most powerful woman in the airline.

Lifestyle

Brooks leads 2012 Country Music Hall of Fame class

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (AP) - Garth Brooks' induction to the Country Music Hall of Fame caps one of the most astounding and important music careers in American history. At 50, though, Brooks isn't done yet.

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CCTV ‘cat dumper’ identified

THE man caught in a video clip dumping a cat into a rubbish bin has been identified, the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority said.

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Caught dumping cat on CCTV

THE Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is appealing for more information on a video posted on YouTube which apparently shows a man dumping a cat into a rubbish bin.

Lifestyle

Creating waves of change

Filmmaking duo Ahmad Yazid and Lydia Lubon talk about their love for documentaries, and their latest provocative doc on the fugitive terrorist, Mas Selamat.

AseanPlus News

Lee apologises for mistakes

THE Prime Minister said the government could have moved faster to address shortfalls in housing and transport.