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Could these be the faces of the murdered wife and son of China’s first emperor Qin Shi Huang?

Facial reconstruction technology helps bring back to life two possible victims of a notorious royal massacre whose dismembered remains were found at the site of the terracotta warriors

Artist captures war as seen by children - toys included

BEIRUT/DEBAGA CAMP, Iraq (Reuters) - U.S. photographer Brian McCarty wants you to see the horrors of war, but through the eyes of a child.

Staying healthy together

UNIVERSITI Malaysia Terengganu’s (UMT) Health Centre worked with its Sports and Recreation Centre to organise a sports carnival for its staff recently.

Zooming in on Tanjung Aru project

KOTA KINABALU: For now, the controversial multi-billion ringgit redevelopment of Sabah’s iconic Tanjung Aru beach has been placed under the microscope.

Three arrested for abducting restaurant worker in Miri

MIRI: Police have arrested three men here for allegedly staging the abduction of a technician working for a seaside restaurant.

Traffic crawl at several major highways, says PLUS

KUALA LUMPUR: Traffic at several major highways was reported to be slow moving, as more people begin to return from their home villages after the Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration last Friday.

Gamuda Land’s successful projects have transformed cities and raised property value.

OVER a decade ago, Vietnam was changing its focus from agriculture to an economy driven by industrial activities, and gaining traction from foreign investors.

Touch 'n Go top-up lanes at PLUS toll plazas to close during Hari Raya

KUALA LUMPUR: PLUS Malaysia Berhad will close all 118 Touch 'n Go reload lanes at its toll plazas nationwide during the Hari Raya Aildilfitri holidays from June 12 to 24.

UMP brings cheer to people of Gambang

IT’S the season to give and share, and a group of volunteers from Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) did just that.

The pride of Malaysia

Malaysia’s federal administrative capital, Putrajaya, is arguably one of the prettiest in the world.