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Ray of hope for refugees

Asylum seekers help fill gaps in the German labour market.


The pros and cons of drafting documents without lawyers

PETALING JAYA: There are pros and cons to do-it-yourself legal procedures, says the Federation of Malaysian Consumer Associations.


No Raya joy for Rohingya in Malaysia

PETALING JAYA: Hari Raya Aidilfitri is supposed to be a joyous occasion for Muslims, but the Rohingya in Malaysia find it very difficult to even smile.


Perak: Shape up or be shipped out

IPOH: Owners of abandoned properties could see their land being confiscated if their places are found to be potential dengue breeding grounds, state Health Committee chairman Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon said.


Tenant splashes acid on five youths

ALOR SETAR: In the heat of anger during a confrontation over outstanding rental, a 63-year-old man splashed acid on five youths in Kuala Kedah here.

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Woman ready to forgive driver who hit her husband

News from the Malay and Chinese newspapers.

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Danger in the Deep South

You can dismiss border towns like Danok as a safe alternative to Haadyai as Thai insurgents are bombing towns outside their comfort zones.


Libya's Benghazi, cradle of anti-Gaddafi revolt, torn by chaos that followed

BENGHAZI, Libya (Reuters) - When Libyan government forces and Islamist militants battled with artillery guns right in his district, Khalil al-Barassi knew it was time to pack up. He moved his family into an abandoned schoolhouse, where they live on aid from the Red Crescent, while the city around them falls to pieces.


A-G’s report: Yayasan Selangor lost RM15mil due to Bukit Bintang redevelopment delay

SHAH ALAM: Selangor’s owned foundation, Yayasan Selangor has lost an estimated RM15.12mil in revenue following the delay in its Bukit Bintang redevelopment project since 2010, Auditor-General Report 2014 has revealed.


After surviving Boko Haram, returnees face hunger in Nigerian towns

MICHIKA, Nigeria (Reuters) - Since Nigeria's army began clearing large areas of the country's northeast from Boko Haram, some of the 1.5 million internally displaced people have started returning home. But thousands could now face severe food shortages as reconstruction lags behind.