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More teams heading to Iran to help quake victims

One team left for Iran yesterday and another will leave tonight to offer medical help and assistance in the recovery work at the earthquake-stricken city of Bam. The teams are from three organisations.


Malaysia joins global relief effort in Iran

Malaysia will join the worldwide search and rescue mission in Iran following Friday's devastating earthquake in the country's south-eastern city of Bam.


SMART team to leave for Iran soon

Malaysia will join relief crews worldwide being sent to Iran, following the devastating earthquake that killed tens of thousands of people in the south-eastern part of the country on Friday.

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Over 70 aboard ferry feared dead

B>PHILIPPINES:/BOver 70 people were feared dead Monday after a ferry disappeared in rough seas in the Philippines, where rescuers have virtually given up hope of finding survivors from landslides that have claimed some 200 lives.


Two RMAF pilots killed in jet crash

Two RMAF pilots died when their Hawk fighter jet crashed into the South China Sea off Pantai Sepat near Kuantan yesterday.


Government to promote aerospace industry

The Government is committed to promoting the aerospace industry, including sectors catering to military and commercial needs, as reflected in the Mid-Term Review of the Eighth Malaysia Plan, said Deputy Transport Minister Datuk Douglas Uggah Embas.


Territorial Army soldier’s body found

The body of a 29-year-old soldier who went missing while on patrol at Sungai Machang at the Royal Belum Forest, 500m from the Thai border, has been found.


Couple keep work and marriage separate

Being married to each other for 26 years has never been an obstacle for civil defence volunteers Lt Kamsiah Mokmin and Sjn Ahmad Mohd Kassim to work together to save lives.


Tugboat, barge and cargo missing

A tugboat towing a barge with a 10-member crew has been missing for three weeks in the South China Sea.


Choosing peace or chaos

To distant observers, East Asian regionalism has been an on-off subject since the 1990s. For East Asian policymakers however, it has remained an intriguing scheme for more than half a century.