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Dutch coach axes De Boer and Seedorf

Dutch coach Dick Advocaat has dropped midfielders Ronald de Boer and Clarence Seedorf from his squad for the Euro 2004 Group Three qualifiers against Austria and the Czech Republic over the next 10 days.


Amazing glaciers

You#8217;ve heard about them and read about them, but have you ever WALKED on a glacier? Check out the Franz Josef and Fox Glaciers of New Zealand!

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Early village ruins found in Henan

CHINESE archaeologists have discovered the ruins of a complete ancient village on the western edge of Yinxu, an important archaeological excavation site dating back more than 3,000 years, in central China's Henan province.


Cool garden

A formal four-segment garden related to those in the Middle-East could be found in early China, writes DR ONG HEAN-TATT.

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Oldest grotto grave unearthed

A NEOLITHIC grotto grave was recently found in Nongshan Mountain of southwestern Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, unveiling the burial secrets of the Luoyue People, ancestors of China#8217;s largest ethnic group, the Zhuang.


Tranquil Terengganu

An advertisement about a 'tropical paradise' over CNN so captivated Lynne Hutchett, an American translator working in Moscow, Russia, that soon after, she found herself making her way to Tanjong Jara, Terengganu.

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Tribe curses cops over frame-ups

B>BANGKOK:/BEthnic Lisu hill tribe villagers in northern Thailand have revived a traditional ceremony involving animal sacrifice to put a curse on police for allegedly framing their leaders on trumped-up drug charges, it was reported yesterday.

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Axe-wielding hooligans clash in Poland, one dead

One person died and several others were wounded on Sunday in violent clashes between rival gangs of football supporters in the southwestern city of Wroclaw.


Illegal logging in Cambodia

WHEN branches heaped across the dirt road made it impossible to press ahead, Eva Galabru and her team abandoned their four-wheel drive vehicle at the edge of the jungle and set out on foot.


From mansion to flat

A year ago, after their company Ken-Air collapsed, Kenny and Kristine Goh left their palatial bungalow in Singapore for a more modest life. Goh tells LI-ANN WEE how they#8217;ve picked up the pieces, and how family life has blossomed amidst business failure.