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Dabong cut off from the country

PETALING JAYA: The people living in Dabong, Kelantan, are asking for emergency bus services to start as soon as possible after rail links were cut off following last December’s catastrophic flooding in the east coast states.


Police face manpower shortage

KUALA LUMPUR: Manpower shortage is one of the major challenges faced by Bukit Aman in carrying out policing duties nationwide.


Elaine Ng won’t stop daughter meeting Jackie Chan

HONG KONG artiste Elaine Ng, who has a daughter with international kungfu star Datuk Jackie Chan, will not stop her daughter from meeting Chan, Nanyang Siang Pau reported.

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Woman caught abandoning newborn baby

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Baltimore's businesses shudder after riots, now fear investment, tourism will be hit

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A night of arson and looting in Baltimore has shaken the confidence of people running businesses beyond the areas hardest hit. In particular, they are concerned a city that took many years to start to recover from devastating riots in 1968 could be put back on its heels.

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‘Poppy palaces’ facing the crunch

KABUL: The houses are painted in gaudy carnival colours, with multi-tier chandeliers, ornately gilded porticos and giant eagle rooftop sculptures, in a neighbourhood touted as the Beverly Hills of Kabul.


Israeli families fleeing rat-race revive once-doomed kibbutzim

DEGANIA ALEF, Israel (Reuters) - This year's harvest was especially merry at Degania Alef, Israel's first kibbutz, founded in 1910 on the shores of the Sea of Galilee. The community celebrated the birth of 11 children, its largest crop of babies in a quarter century.


Single mum rents a ‘dad’

A SINGLE mother “rents” a man for a day to accompany her daughter on Children’s Day, Sin Chew Daily reported.


Smugglers prefer dropouts

PADANG BESAR: School dropouts are the employees of choice for the syndicates that smuggle migrants into the country, according to sources.


Najib: Armed forces' sacrifice will never be forgotten

PORT DICKSON: Sacrifices made by the country's armed forces will not be forgotten, said Datuk Seri Najib Razak, who pledged to do more for their welfare.