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German court rules against Samsung in Apple suit

SEOUL: Samsung Electronics Co said on Friday a German court ruled against it in a patent lawsuit versus Apple over mobile technologies, part of a global legal battle the technology giants are waging.

Do Malaysian workers have too many holidays?

IN the true Malaysian tradition, people of all races will celebrate together in a display of racial harmony.

Body of police officer who died in Timor Leste to be flown back Sunday

SERIAN: The body of Chief Inspector Benet Pawun, who died of an illness in Timor Leste, and which is now in Adelaide, Australia for a post mortem, will be flown back to Sarawak on Sunday at the earliest.

Wife wakes up to dreaded call

SERIAN: Worried for her husband’s safety, housewife Claire Baor, 51, skyped her husband who was posted to Timor Leste, Indonesia on a peacekeeping mission under the United Nations (UN), on the night of Feb 6.

Fewer couples this year registering for marriage

YOUNGER couples often choose Valentine’s Day to register their marriages compared to older couples.

Philippine gunmen send pictures showing kidnapped Australian

MANILA (Reuters) - Gunmen from a suspected Islamist militant group holding an Australian hostage on a southern island in the Philippines have sent photographs of the man to his family and demanded an unspecified ransom, the Philippine military said on Wednesday.

Argentina's Fernandez undergoes cancer surgery

PILAR, Argentina (Reuters) - Argentina's popular president, Cristina Fernandez, was undergoing an operation for thyroid cancer on Wednesday, months after she was re-elected to a second four-year term.

Ang pow and goodies for needy folk

IN LINE with the Chinese New Year celebration, the management of Grand Seasons Hotel recently gave away Chinese New Year goodies and ang pow to students and family members from Tadika Kiwanis Cheras. These families consist of the lower-income and single parents who deserve a helping hand during the festive season.

Never-ending supply of noise

IT ALL started back in October when a fellow parent from my daughter’s school asked me if I had bought an Indian costume for the Deepavali celebration. That sent us scrambling to Brickfields to scout for Indian costumes for a school dance.

Gunmen kill 6 in Nigeria church attack

KANO, Nigeria (Reuters) - Gunmen opened fire on a church service in Nigeria on Thursday, killing six people and wounding 10, the church's pastor said, the latest in a string of attacks that has raised fears of sectarian conflict in Africa's most populous nation.