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Boy falls to his death

BUTTERWORTH: A young couple lost their three-year-old son after he fell to his death from their ninth floor apartment in Teluk Air Tawar.


Insight - Islamic State weaves web of support in Gulf Arab states

KUWAIT/DUBAI (Reuters) - When a Saudi Arabian man flew to Kuwait in the early hours of Friday to carry out the country's worst militant attack, a bomb vest, Kuwaiti-style Arab robes, a place to prepare, and a car and driver to take him to his target were all lined up for him.


India, Pakistan to join China, Russia in security group

UFA, Russia (Reuters) - India and Pakistan began accession to a regional security group led by China and Russia on Friday after two days of summits which President Vladimir Putin held up as evidence Moscow is not isolated in the world.


Charting a new path

PETALING JAYA: The first two years of the transformation under the Malaysia Education Blueprint 2013-2025 have been challenging but change is taking place.


Frustration grows among Nepal quake survivors as monsoon swamps camps

GAJURKOT, Nepal (Reuters) - Weeks after annual monsoon rains started to lash Nepal, Kanchhi Maya Sherpa sits inside a makeshift tent on a soggy football pitch, flies crawling over her swollen mouth and limbs.


Kids rule in this city

IMAGINE a child-sized metropolis where children can vote for their “government” representatives.

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What's next for Hong Kong?

Unless fundamental reforms in housing and education occur, Hong Kong risks becoming a retirement place for rich Chinese, says expert. What’s next for Hong Kong?


Qatar says BBC crew on 2022 tour held for trespass

DOHA (Reuters) - A BBC television team was arrested in Qatar and held for two nights in prison while reporting on living conditions for migrant labourers working on the 2022 World Cup, the broadcaster said on Monday.


Lebanon absorbs bomb shock as talks ease tensions

BEIRUT (Reuters) - A double suicide bombing at a cafe in the Lebanese city of Tripoli was meant to ignite a new round of civil strife in a country whose stability has been repeatedly strained by the war in neighbouring Syria.


Keep motivation levels high by putting staff first

KUALA LUMPUR: Putting staff first helps keep motivation levels in the workplace high, said Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) corporate services chief Lim Kah Cheng.