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Some welcome improvements but ministry can do more

IN just a few months, the Immigration Department will move to Putrajaya. Among the improvements promised by Home Ministry Secretary-General Datuk Seri Aseh Che Mat is speedier processing of passport applications and renewals.


Foreign Ministry to look into Roula’s case

The Foreign Ministry and National Registration Department (NRD) are looking into the case of 17-year-old Roula Ahmed Hammoud, who claims she has been stranded in Lebanon for the past six years.

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Thailand to build border security fence

B>BANGKOK:/BThailand will build a security fence along parts of its border with Malaysia as part of efforts to bring an end to deadly unrest in the Muslim-majority south, Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said yesterday.


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EC: Give proof of dual citizenship voters

Those with proof to back claims of the presence of voters with dual citizenship, especially along the Malaysia-Thai border, must forward the evidence to the Election Commission (EC). EC deputy chairman Datuk Abdullah Zawawi said the commission could not act on the claims unless evidence was provided.

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Estrada warns of civil war if Poe disqualified

B>MANILA:/BDeposed Philippines leader Joseph Estrada has warned of #8220;civil war#8221; if the government disqualifies his friend and fellow movie star Fernando Poe from standing in the May 10 presidential election, a Manila daily said Wednesday.

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Arroyo denies role in bid to discredit Poe

B>MANILA:/BPhilippine President Gloria Arroyo's camp Friday underlined it had no hand in a failed bid to have movie star Fernando Poe disqualified as a candidate in the May presidential election.


New Year euphoria and political trauma

Indonesians, and especially those of Chinese descent, have just celebrated Chinese New Year. Chinese-Indonesians who, for over 30 years during the New Order regime, were forced to celebrate this event behind closed doors, are now free once again to celebrate it publicly.

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Electoral agency allows Poe to run for president

The Philippine electoral agency cleared the way yesterday for opposition candidate and movie idol Fernando Poe Jr to run for president in May polls after rejecting a petition that questioned his Filipino nationality.