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Thousands attend memorial service

The pouring rain and traffic jams did not deter over 4,000 people from attending a special memorial mass to remember the words and deeds of Pope John Paul II.

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TM Group to launch 3G services on May 17

TM Group - formerly known as Telekom Malaysia - will launch its 3G services to coincide with World Communications Day on May 17.

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Every single Pakistani worker to be vetted

Pakistani Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz has given his assurance that 'every single Pakistani' to be sent to work in Malaysia will be vetted.

AseanPlus News

More foreign visitors expected

ONE in four South Koreans travelling abroad last year chose China as the destination, a third more than in 2002.

AseanPlus News

11 killed in Yangon blasts

Bomb explosions blamed on ethnic rebels ripped through two busy supermarkets and a convention centre almost simultaneously in the capital of military-ruled Myanmar yesterday, killing 11 people and wounding 162 others, state television reported.

Nation

Streaming under review to promote holistic education

The streaming of Form Four students into the Arts and Science streams will be reviewed immediately and an announcement on the changes is expected soon.

World

NASA probe leaves crater, debris trail on comet

PASADENA, Calif. (Reuters) - A spectacular collision between a spacecraft and a comet has freed a huge plume of primordial material from the comet's nucleus that could unlock the secret of how life arrived on Earth, NASA scientists said on Monday.

World

NASA probe leaves crater, debris trail on comet

PASADENA, Calif. (Reuters) - A spectacular collision between a spacecraft and a comet has freed a huge plume of primordial material from the comet's nucleus that could unlock the secret of how life arrived on Earth, NASA scientists said on Monday.

World

Blasts rock London, Blair breaks off G8 meeting

LONDON (Reuters) - Huge explosions rocked London on Thursday, killing several people and disrupting a meeting of Group of Eight leaders in Scotland in an attack Prime Minister Tony Blair called

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Casualties on London's underground after incident

The cause of the incident, which occurred at rush-hour on the underground network, was as yet unknown.