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Recuperate in Cameron Highlands

How many times after a stressful day at work have you thought about getting away from it all and giving yourself a good break over the weekend? And how many times has this thought remained just that.

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Goosen's dry run

A torrential afternoon downpour took away the shine on the second day of the US$1.1 million Carlsberg Malaysian Open at the Mines Resort and Golf Club but world No 5 Retief Goosen restored some lustre with a sizzling seven-under 64.


Iraq: Smaller nations must unite to stop aggression

NAM, by collectively speaking with a single voice, can play an instrumental role in preventing superpowers from committing aggression against smaller nations, Iraq's delegation head to the Senior Officers Meeting, Dr Said Al-Musawi, said.

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Thammanoon runs into trouble at ninth hole for second day

Lightning, they say, never strikes twice in the same place. But don#8217;t tell that to Thai golfer Thammanoon Srirot.

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Arjun goes four-up, but all players will have to finish third round today

The US$1.1 million Carlsberg Malaysian Open was suspended for a second day running when a lightning storm hit the Mines Resort and Golf Club, forcing the players to pack up early, midway into the third round.

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Deployment of US troops causes turmoil

B>MANILA:/BPhilippine leaders battled to quell growing political turmoil triggered by US' disclosure that hundreds of US special operations troops are on the way to fight alongside the Philippine military against ruthless Abu Sayyaf rebels.

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Manila spurns US combat role

ZAMBOANGA: US and Filipino troops formally launched new anti-terrorism exercises yesterday as the Philippines flatly rejected any combat role for the Americans in fighting Abu Sayyaf rebels linked to al-Qaeda.


Besieged by new species

THE Hawaiian Islands emerged from the ocean fuming and angry, but nature turned gracious and cloaked the steaming volcanic rock with a mantle of splendour.

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Thai army officer killed in drug raid

An army officer leading a raid in northern Thailand was killed by suspected drug traffickers, becoming the first army officer slain in the country's ferocious crackdown on illicit drugs, officials said Tuesday.


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