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AMPANG: Three suspected robbers, who had been using the abandoned Highland Towers as a hideout, were shot dead by the police during a special operation early Tuesday morning.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Fighting broke out on Wednesday at an Indian court hearing a case against a left-wing student leader accused of sedition, a charge that has sparked protests across university campuses and criticism the government is curtailing free speech.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - They emerge from their hiding places at night, driven to slake their thirst for human blood. Vampires? No. Bedbugs!
AN individual, who called himself the “Agong of Nusantara”, has been awarding fake Datukships, Mingguan Malaysia reported.
SUNGAI PETANI: A 39-year-old divorced man was seriously injured after he was stabbed by his girlfriend following a heated argument at his house in Bandar Seri Astana, here, about 2am Monday.
News that a London clinic is rejecting dyslexic sperm donors raises questions about the line between avoiding disease and seeking unattainable genetic perfection.
BINTULU: Four robbers were shot dead at an oil palm plantation along the Bintulu-Miri section of the Pan Borneo highway.
BINTULU: Police shot dead four men who were high on the wanted list for armed robberies at an oil palm plantation on Friday.
Beijing (AFP) - Police and men in plainclothes scuffled with supporters of one of China's most celebrated human rights lawyers Monday as he was tried over online comments critical of the ruling Communist Party.
ALMADA, Portugal (Reuters) - In the Portuguese town of Almada, Communist activists are handing out leaflets that bear the hammer-and-sickle logo and triumphantly proclaim: "Government destroyed, victory for the workers' struggle".