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U.N. Council demands Iran suspend nuclear work

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The U.N. Security Council on Monday demanded Iran suspend its nuclear activities by the end of August or face the threat of sanctions.

Community

More aid for quake victims

A total of RM18,000 was raised at a charity dinnershow themed 'An Evening of Savouring Gestures' at the TajRestaurant in Crown Princess Kuala Lumpur on June 23.

Health

About the Hygiene Council

The Hygiene Council is an initiative that brings together nine leading global experts in the field of microbiology, virology, infectious disease, immunology, and public health with the aim of revisiting current hygiene practices in order to offer realistic recommendations to the public on the importance of hygiene in the home and community. The council experts are:

World

Saudi Arabia says 42 Islamist militants arrested

RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia announced on Saturday the arrest of 42 suspected Islamist militants in raids across the kingdom, a day after police killed six men in a shoot-out in Riyadh.

Other Sport

German town gets Saudi royal treatment

The tranquil German town of Bad Nauheim, 40km north of Frankfurt, rolled out the red carpet for a royal guest when Saudi Arabia destroyed its local team in a one-sided World Cup warm-up on Sunday.

Lifestyle

And baby makes three

After signing up with the Tunku Azizah Fertility Foundation (TAFF), many women previously unable to conceive are now mothers-to-be. To celebrate, TAFF's founder and patron, Tengku Puan Pahang Tunku Hajjah Azizah, has promised to be 'godmother to all TAFF babies', KEE HUA CHEE reports.

Nation

Abdullah heads honours list

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi heads 487 recipients who will be conferred titles and awards in conjunction with the Sultan of Kelantan Tuanku Ismail Petra's 56th birthday celebrations today.

World

Cartoons furore sparks media debate on freedoms

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - European media have leapt to defend a Danish paper's right to publish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad, but some commentators are also asking if press freedom has become an excuse for intolerance.

World

Arabs see Israel and U.S. changing stance on Hamas

CAIRO (Reuters) - Israel and the United States will eventually adapt to the reality of an electoral victory by the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, opening new opportunities for Middle East peace talks, Arab commentators said on Thursday.

World

Arabs see Israel and U.S. changing stance on Hamas

CAIRO (Reuters) - Israel and the United States will eventually adapt to the reality of an electoral victory by the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, opening new opportunities for Middle East peace talks, Arab commentators said on Thursday.