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Global money flows to 10 JI suspects cut off in anti-terror move

The United States announced yesterday it had ordered a freeze on the financial assets of 10 alleged members of the Jemaah Islamiah (JI) group.---------------------------------------------

Compensation accounted for, say fishermen

A day after a group of fishermen from the Portuguese Settlement accused DAP politician Lim Guan Eng of withholding RM100,000 in compensation for them, another group of fishermen came out in his defence Thursday.

The Trenches

The Trenches: Review by N. Kuhananthan

Malacca to intervene over delayed payment

The state government will intervene over the delayed payment of some RM100,000 in compensation to fishermen from the Portuguese Settlement by DAP politician Lim Guan Eng.

Britain beckons, bleak weather and all

University life in Britain is loads of fun, provided you're ready to pitch in and discover all the eccentrics of British life that make up the fun, writes JAMIE KHOO.

Gold Coast lure for families

Only about 28,000 of some 139,000 Malaysian tourists who visited Australia last year headed for Queensland. The mere 20% catch might not be something to shout about but FOONG PEK YEE met with some hoteliers in Gold Coast recently to find out why no market is too small to tap.

Hospital charges on ministry website

REMOVING an appendix costs about S$729 (RM1,603.19) in KK Women's and Children's Hospital (KKH), S$612 (RM1,345.88) in National University Hospital (NUH) and $548 (RM1,205.14) in Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) - for three days' stay in a C class ward.

Checkpoint unable to cope

The Immigration, Customs and Quarantine checkpoint at Sarawak's boundary with Brunei in Sungai Tujuh, Kuala Baram, needs to be better equipped to handle the sudden influx of visitors from the sultanate, said an elected representative.

Indonesia urges US to hand over Hambali

Indonesia's police chief yesterday urged the United States to hand over an Indonesian terrorism suspect, saying this country would be the logical place to try him for a series of deadly church bombings in 2000.

Bomber of envoy’s home jailed 20 years

Judges jailed a militant for 20 years yesterday for bombing the Philippine ambassador's home and two churches in the city three years ago.