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Student Mohd Abdullah Osman, who was detained by US troops in Iraq last month, is believed to be safe and in good health, said a Malaysian embassy officer in Syria.
B>BANGKOK:/BThailand will ban imports of Arabian hookah pipes and shisha tobacco mix after smoking the water pipes became the latest craze in Bangkok nightspots, the health ministry said Wednesday.
Inbound and outbound flights at KL International Airport are set to resume their normal frequencies soon with the World Health Organisation's recent declaration that the world is free from SARS.
The authorities have stopped the export of mangrove woodchips after it was found that importers who bought them cheaply were processing them into the high-priced rayon synthetic fibre, widely used in the fabric and tyre industries.
Advertisements placed in local dailies since Sunday on the water issue with Singapore were aimed at informing the people about the facts behind the issue, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad said yesterday.
The aggressive anti-drug measures adopted by the Thai Government will speed up the process of freeing Malaysia from the menace, Deputy Home Minister Datuk Zainal Abidin Zin said.
Outgoing Royal Malaysian Navy chief Laksamana Datuk Ramly Abu Bakar chided sailors who did not keep fit despite being in a job that required them to defend the country.
Faridah Abdullah has not had any peace of mind for over a month, after hearing that her second child Mohd Osman had been detained in Iraq.
Only 20% of Ipoh Hospital staff admitted in a recent survey that it was important for them to smile while on duty.
TELLING the world about the effectiveness of traditional Uygur medicine will be the focus of an international conference to be held next month in Northwest China#8217;s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.