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Trader punched and robbed by four men

B>PENANG: /B>A 65-year-old man had his hand stabbed,B/B>his face punched, robbed of RM2,000, his Rolex watch and car after four men dashed into his car at a road junction here.


On a mission to help others

Spending days on a ship may sound lonely; boring even, but if the ship is a mobile hospital, one would probably find everything fascinating.


U.S. gears up for post-Castro era in Cuba

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States should act fast to boost a transitional government in Cuba when President Fidel Castro's rule ends and get advisors on the ground within weeks, a U.S. government report recommends.


Villagers content with idyllic lifestyle

Little-known Mengkarak New Village will be maintaining its peaceful and serene atmosphere for years to come.


Kuwait names new cabinet, changes oil minister

KUWAIT (Reuters) - Kuwait's Emir, Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah, named a new cabinet for the Gulf OPEC oil producer on Monday, replacing the energy minister, state radio said.


China flies into North Korean storm

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's balancing act between Pyongyang and Washington will be tested this week as a delegation of senior Chinese officials visits North Korea days after it fired a volley of missiles and ignited an international storm.


Authentic Perak fare

Authentic traditional Malay dishes will be featured at Chatz Brasserie from today until July 23 in conjunction with Citarasa Malaysia.


Iran deflects deadline at EU nuclear talks

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Iran's chief nuclear negotiator deflected Western pressure for an immediate answer on Tuesday to a package of incentives to suspend uranium enrichment ahead of crucial talks with the European Union.

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More China investors coming to Malaysia

Malaysia can expect a surge of Chinese investments in the next few years, especially in the resource-based manufacturing sector, said Huang Dianwen, chief of international co-operation at China's Centre for Business Cooperation and Co-ordination.


Magnificent horses in a hurry

TEN years ago, Lim Ah Cheng realised that to excel as an artist, he needed to stand out, create a signature style and continuously improve to meet the modern challenges of the art world.