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S’porean takes charge of UN headquarters

HE HAS had the muzzle of a rifle shoved up his nostril by a drunken rebel soldier in Uganda.


Marine dept still probing boat capsize

The Marine Department of Peninsula Malaysia is still investigating an incident where a boat carrying tourists capsized and sank near Pulau Perhentian on July 28.


Malik dedicates his feat to Dr Mahathir

National marathon swimmer Abdul Malik Mydin has presented his feat in conquering the English Channel as a gift to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad.

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Court to give Bali bomb verdict

An Indonesian court will hand down today the first verdict in the Bali bombing case amid fears of a new wave of terrorism from Islamic militants following a deadly attack in Jakarta.


Circuit breaker failure cause of MAS delays

A circuit breaker which failed to stop an electricity surge was the cause of Sunday's breakdown of Malaysia Airlines' computer check-in system at KL International Airport and other airports nationwide.

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Foreign firms allowed majority stakes

A US company has just contracted with east China's Lianyungang port for a 51% share of its Xugou project, heralding a law change allowing foreign companies to hold controlling stakes in Chinese ports.


Pirates demand ransom for trio

Armed Indonesian pirates who took the I>MT Penrider/Iship captain and two of his crewmen hostage have demanded for a RM500,000 ransom to secure their release.

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Shanghai to use high posts as carrot

THE Pudong New Development Area in Shanghai is planning to lure more talented Chinese students studying abroad to return and serve in local government and private enterprises.


Cops: Militants may have hijacked vessel

Police do not overrule the possibility that Indonesian militants may be behind the hijacking of the I>Mt Penrider/Iand the subsequent kidnapping of its captain and two crewmen.


Security checks on foreign ship crewmen

The marine policeB/B>will step up their checks on merchant vessels, especially those from neighbouring countries, to ensure that their crew members were not linked to any pirate or militant groups.