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Of prisoners and peacekeepers

IT is a myth that the earliest arrival of Sikhs in Penang is associated with the police force.

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China says 90 pct of families take toxic milk deal

BEIJING (Reuters) - Over 90 percent of Chinese families with children stricken by toxic milk have taken a state-backed compensation deal, a dairy industry association said, days after a court gave death sentences in the scandal.

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China firms to compensate tainted milk victims-Xinhua

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese dairy firms that sold baby formula tainted with the industrial chemical melamine will pay compensation to the families of nearly 300,000 children who were killed or sickened as a result, state media reported.

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China firms to compensate tainted milk victims-Xinhua

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese dairy firms that sold baby formula tainted with the industrial chemical melamine will pay compensation to the families of nearly 300,000 children who were killed or sickened as a result, state media reported.

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Sabah aims to be nation’s top milk producer

Sabah is striving to ensure its position as the nation's top milk producer, said Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Yahya Hussin.

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China orders checks, recalls as milk scandal widens

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China ordered widespread checks on dairy products and a recall of tainted items as a milk scandal that began with powdered baby formula spread to liquid milk and sparked an outcry from China's trading partners.

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China probe finds widespread milk tainting

BEIJING (Reuters) - Nearly 10 percent of milk samples from three top Chinese dairy companies was tainted with melamine, the government quality watchdog found after testing for the banned chemical that has killed four children.

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EU wants explanation of widening China milk scandal

BEIJING (Reuters) - The European Union wants an explanation of a Chinese dairy scandal that has made thousands of infants ill, an official said on Friday, after the scare spread to milk in cartons and Starbucks dumped a supplier in China.

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China probe finds widespread milk tainting

BEIJING (Reuters) - Nearly 10 percent of milk samples from three top Chinese dairy companies was tainted with melamine, the government quality watchdog found after testing for the banned chemical that has killed four children.

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EU wants explanation of widening China milk scandal

BEIJING (Reuters) - The European Union wants an explanation of a Chinese dairy scandal that has made thousands of infants ill, an official said on Friday, after the scare spread to milk in cartons and Starbucks dumped a supplier in China.