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Suspected robbers shot dead after car chase in Bintulu

BINTULU: Police shot dead four men who were high on the wanted list for armed robberies at an oil palm plantation on Friday.

The force awakens and stays awakened

Priapism is considered a medical emergency and needs to be treated promptly

Scuffles as China rights lawyer put on trial

Beijing (AFP) - Police and men in plainclothes scuffled with supporters of one of China's most celebrated human rights lawyers Monday as he was tried over online comments critical of the ruling Communist Party.

New development in Tropicana will appeal to first-time buyers, investors and those looking to upgrade

RESIDENTIAL property projects focused on lifestyle are all the rage and this is usually reflected in its top-of-the-range common facilities.

Insight - With no one at helm, Portugal faces instability and strife

ALMADA, Portugal (Reuters) - In the Portuguese town of Almada, Communist activists are handing out leaflets that bear the hammer-and-sickle logo and triumphantly proclaim: "Government destroyed, victory for the workers' struggle".

Gotong-royong order before Deepavali upsets teachers

Malaysia Hindhudharma Maman­dram has criticised the Penang Education Department for ordering a gotong-royong in all schools in the state two days before Deepavali, reported Makkal Osai.

North Korea ready for ‘any’ US war, leader tells anniversary parade

PYONGYANG: North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-Un said Saturday his country could fight any war provoked by the United States, as he presided over a vast military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of the ruling Workers’ Party.

Factbox - Parties running in Sunday's Greek elections

ATHENS (Reuters) - Following are the main parties running in Sunday's general election in Greece:

Battle for Singapore's 'sandwich class' vote offers underdog a chance

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The Workers' Party of Singapore was once written off as too left wing for a country that had built its success on unabashed capitalism: to many, even its symbol of a bright yellow hammer on a red background looked just a sickle short of communism.

Pope offers rare 'mea culpa' about neglect of middle class

ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE (Reuters) - Pope Francis acknowledged on Monday he had neglected problems of the middle class and said he was willing to have a dialogue with Americans who disagree with his criticism of capitalism.