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Letters

Looking for a place to call home

Malaysia is not a signatory to the 1951 United Nations Convention on Refugees and has no legislation differentiating a refugee from an illegal immigrant. Yet, there are people living as refugees here. IVY SOON reports on the situation in conjunction with World Refugee Day today.

Lifestyle

Displaced and defenceless

The Vietnamese boat people are long gone on but it doesn't mean that there are no more refugees in our midst. Malaysia, like many other countries, continues to be a reluctant refuge to people forced by conflict and persecution to flee their homeland, report MENG YEW CHOONG inconjuction with World Refugee Day today.

Letters

Misfits seek cheaper pastures

AseanPlus News

Indonesia wants Aceh rebels to stay jailed in Sweden

Indonesia said on Saturday it would have preferred to see two exiled Aceh separatist leaders who were freed from Swedish custody for lack of evidence remain behind bars.

Letters

Towards a more equal world

Nation states act to preserve and advance their own perceived interests. In a world where unequal power among nations is clearer than ever, the international community of nation states is regrouping for the greater good of its greater number.

Nation

Automatic citizenship for children of PRs

CHILDREN born to parents who are permanent residents (PRs) in the country automatically become citizens, according to Deputy Home Minister Datuk Tan Chai Ho.

Nation

Computer games for NS

Interactive computer games have been proposed to bring fun into the classrooms of national service trainees.

Business

Fiat appoints turnaround expert as new chief exec

Fiat on Tuesday chose turnaround expert Sergio Marchionne to be its new chief executive, the latest move in a shake-up of the struggling vehicle maker's top management after the death of chairman Umberto Agnelli and the resignation of the previous CEO last week.

Other Sport

Vieris earn place in history as Max makes Australia debut

Max Vieri, the younger brother of Italy striker Christian Vieri, made his international debut for Australia against Turkey on Friday, giving the siblings a rare place in football history.

Nation

Dedicated to education

Bro Lawrence Spitzig has been described by his educationist peers as 'simply incomparable'.