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Last week,ANDREW SIAdiscovered that 'boring 'Johor had lovelysnorkel-n-swim islands andriver cruises for watchingfireflies.This week,his tour of thestate continues with a tree-houserestaurant,the southernmost pointof mainland Asia,museums and ...the delights of New York.The
After setting off days of political turmoil, Sri Lanka's president lashed out at her main opponent yesterday, saying the prime minister had put the security of the nation 'in grave danger'' in negotiations with Tamil rebels. But she called for parties to form a government of national unity.
When Sister Francoise Shen first came to Malaysia in the 1950s to help the underprivileged, little did she know that she would still be serving the community at the age of 99.
B>COLOMBO:/BSri Lanka's political crisis deepened yesterday as President Chandrika Kumaratunga declared a state of emergency and fears grew for the fragile peace process with Tamil Tiger rebels.
B>COLOMBO:/BSri Lankan President Chandrika Kumaratunga sacked three cabinet ministers Tuesday and deployed troops around key installations, setting off a political crisis after she rejected a landmark peace proposal with Tamil rebels.
German Karl Heinz Weigang is no stranger to Malaysian football. He's fondly remembered as the man who guided the national team to the 1980 Moscow Olympics. Others remember him for his antics on and off the field during his tenures with Perak and Johor. Twenty-two years on, the flamboyant coach is back as Technical Director of the FA of Malaysia (FAM). The 68-year-old coach starts his job of charting Malaysian football's fortune today. He tells B>I>STARSPORT's/B>/IB>Eric Samuel/Bin a no-holds-barred interview on his views and aspirations for football in Malaysia.
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