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Senegal, Tunisia the ones to beat

Africa's established footballing powers, led by holders Cameroon, will face the emerging threats of Senegal and hosts Tunisia when the African Nations Cup gets underway on Saturday.

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Poser over Poe’s roots threatens to cause chaos

Is he or isn't he? That question about the Filipino citizenship of a film star running for president threatens to tip May's election into even more chaos and send his angry supporters into the streets.


EC: Hold polls together to save cost

The Election Commission (EC) prefers to conduct the Sabah election and the general election together as it would be more cost-effective.

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Official casts doubt on Poe’s eligibility

The head of the Philippines' national archives told election officials yesterday that documents support claims made in a petition questioning the citizenship of action movie star Fernando Poe J., a front-runner in May 10 elections.

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Poe’s Philippine citizenship hearing next week

B>MANILA:/BAction movie star Fernando Poe Jr is a Filipino citizen who should not be deprived of his right to contest President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo in the May 10 elections, his lawyers said.


Focus on growth and joint security

Malaysia and Thailand have taken a major step towards boosting long-term economic growth and security along their common border region with the formation of a high-level committee chaired by the Foreign Ministers of both countries.

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Mali name Kanoute in 22-man squad

Tottenham Hotspur striker Frederic Kanoute, cleared by FIFA to play for his parents#8217; country Mali on Thursday, is among 20 overseas-based players named in their 22-man squad for the African Nations Cup.

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Africa takes a major step forward

As the Highbury song goes: #8220;Vieira oh-oh-oh-oh ... he comes from Senegal, he plays for Arsenal.#8221; Vieira is one of hundreds of sons of Africa to be lost to African soccer since the continent#8217;s finest players started to pursue their careers in Europe in the 1960s.

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Kanoute cleared to play for Mali

Tottenham Hotspur striker Frederic Kanoute can play for Mali at this month's African Nations Cup after world soccer's governing body FIFA announced yesterday that he is eligible to represent his parents' country.


KL and Bangkok to revive joint patrols

Malaysia and Thailand have proposed to revive joint military patrols along their common border as part of overall efforts to beef up security following unrest in Thai southern provinces.