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Largest container dock at Qingdao

CHINA'S Qingdao port signed a contract on Monday in Beijing with three world shipping giants, jointly investing US$887mil (RM3.4bil) to regroup its Qianwan container dock into the largest in China.


Carolyn had a drink with accused, court told

American Carolyn Janice Ahmad, who was murdered in Sungai Siput in 1999, had a drink with one of the accused at a stall near Ipoh Railway Station, the High Court heard yesterday.


Record all phone tip-offs, cops told

A High Court judge presiding over a murder trial advised the police to record all information or complaints they receive from the public by telephone.


Bail request hearing for boy postponed

The hearing of an application for bail and stay of execution for the 13-year-old boy who was ordered to be detained in prison at the pleasure of the King for murdering his tuition teacher's daughter was postponed yesterday.

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Biggest US spy ship slips out after repairs

THE United States navy's biggest spy ship, I>USNS Observation Island/I>, slipped quietly out of Singapore last weekend after some minor repairs and refitting at a local dry dock.


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In the dock over Iraq’s weapons

By Tan Kah Peng

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Dramatic allegations at ‘killer maid’ trial

ANGIE NG, 33, whose body was found with that of her three-year-old daughter in the charred remains of a Bukit Merah office in May last year, had been slashed on her left forearm and stabbed in the neck.


Teen admits to killing five-year-old

A teenage boy pleaded guilty in the High Court here yesterday to killing a five-year-old girl with a blow to the head using a hammer.

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Bomb phone threats rattle Japan

Japanese citizens were unnerved yesterday as an approaching port call by a controversial North Korean ferry ignited bomb threats, mobilising 250 policemen and forcing 120 people to evacuate.