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We want situation to cool first, says Myanmar

B>BANGKOK:/BMyanmar's military rulers are isolating democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi to prevent political anarchy which could destroy the country, and will free her when the situation cools, Foreign Minister Win Aung said yesterday.

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Isa: Sukma venues ready by December despite snag

Work to prepare the venues for the 2004 Malaysia Games (Sukma) is progressing smoothly and is expected to be completed by end of this year, Mentri Besar Tan Sri Mohamed Isa Abdul Samad said yesterday.

Nation

Sabah tightens checks on vessels in search for escapees

All vessels entering Sabah from southern Philippines are under scrutiny, with passengers at all entry points scanned as Malaysian security forces keep watch for three Manila terror suspects who have escaped.

Nation

Be prepared to face future threats, says Mahathir

June 15 to June 21: Compiled by WONG LI ZA.

Lifestyle

Homing jailbirds

Unused to the very strict conditions of Japanese prisons, some foreign prisoners would be allowed to transfer home through a global agreement, reports DEBORAH HAYNES.

Nation

Ops require villagers to leave homes

B>MEULABOH (Aceh):/BAt 10am, the Indonesian military (TNI) entered Blang Tengah, a village about 40km from here, and ordered the villagers to evacuate their houses and seek refuge in a safe place.

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Ops require villagers to leave homes

B>MEULABOH (Aceh):/BAt 10am, the Indonesian military (TNI) entered Blang Tengah, a village about 40km from here, and ordered the villagers to evacuate their houses and seek refuge in a safe place.

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Protesters want Suu Kyi freed

About 30 Myanmar nationals demonstrated outside their embassy here yesterday calling for the immediate and unconditional release of the country's opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi and her supporters.

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Army may have created refugees

B>JAKARTA:/BMore than 25,000 civilians are now living as refugees in Indonesia's Aceh province, where a major attack on separatist rebels continues, and the military said yesterday it may have forced some to quit their homes.