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Student held for firebombing US consulate

B>BANGKOK/B>: Police in northern Thailand have arrested a Thai man on charges of attempted arson for allegedly tossing a small firebomb at the US consulate in the city of Chiang Mai earlier this month, state media reported Saturday.

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Fire bomb thrown at US consulate in Chiang Mai

B>BANGKOK:/BAn unidentified young man tossed a small fire bomb at the US consulate in northern Thailand, but it failed to explode or cause any damage, police said yesterday.


Dry spell for Malacca Fire Dept

Calls to the Fire and Rescue Department here for the first eight months of this year have gone down significantly compared with the same period last year.


Choo's to be counted

Datuk Prof Jimmy Choo is the first Malaysian of this millennium to receive the OBE conferred by Britain#8217;s Queen Elizabeth II. KEE HUA CHEE ferrets out the juicy details and recalls the days when he used to raid Choo#8217;s larder.


999 for all emergency calls by middle of next year

The Government plans to streamline all emergency calls to only one set of numbers - 999 - by middle of next year.


Stolen statue returned to Penang temple

The century-old I>Tua Pek Kong/I(God of Prosperity) statue reported stolen from the Hock Teik Cheng Sin Temple in Armenian Street on Monday has been returned.


Runaway teenagers found in JB

The two teenagers who ran away from their home in Durian Daun, Malacca, five days ago were found in Taman Johor Jaya here yesterday.

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Teenager sentenced for SARS prank

A 14-year-old schoolboy was sentenced to 12 months of social workers' supervision yesterday for posting a bogus article about SARS on the Internet that caused panic-buying here.


Study why people joined force

From DR COLLIN ABRAHAM, Kuala Lumpur.


Government must remain vigilant of shadow groups

THOUSANDS of Malaysians are said to be involved in the dubious scheme. Some RM64mil is understood to have been made, selling military ranks to these people.