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Experts puzzled by China's swine flu outbreak

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Scientists are perplexed by the unusually high, and rising, number of deaths in southwestern China from a mysterious pig-borne disease and they are beginning to question if it is indeed swine flu.


Malaysia not satisfied with report by US

MALAYSIA is not satisfied with the outcome of United States' military enquiry report over allegations that several US soldiers had mishandled the al-Quran at the Guantanamo Bay prison facility in Cuba.


A-G heaves small sigh of relief

The Attorney-General's Chambers is facing an acute shortage of manpower. Despite that, Attorney-General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail and his men soldiered on to deliver justice as fairly and swiftly as possible. In an interview with CHELSEA L.Y. NG the Public Prosecutor discussed the rough rides they went through and the ideal situation for them to work efficiently.


Rumsfeld defends Guantanamo, cites money invested

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld on Tuesday defended the Guantanamo prison against critics who want it closed by saying U.S. taxpayers have a big financial stake in it and no other facility could replace it.


Polygamous crook nabbed

The young man has three wives. He is also the leader of gang of teens who steal motorbikes and break into parked vehicles.


Fewer dengue cases nationwide

The number of dengue cases nationwide has dropped in the sixth week of its outbreak, Health Ministry parliamentary secretary Lee Kah Choon said.


Kindy to close for two days, pupils show HFM disease symptoms

A kindergarten in USJ has been advised to close for two days after the pupils showed symptoms of hand, foot and mouth (HFM) disease.


1,034 snakeskins seized in Customs ambush

A preventative team from the state Customs Department foiled an attempt to smuggle in 1,034 pieces of dried snakeskin in an ambush near the border in Padang Besar.