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SANDAKAN: Five families whose homes were badly damaged by strong waves recently received cash donations from the government.
KUCHING: An officer from the state police headquarters passed away while on assignment in Timor Leste. He was 52.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German President Christian Wulff faced growing pressure to step aside on Tuesday after several conservative allies turned against him for trying to kill an embarrassing newspaper story on a home loan scandal.
PETALING JAYA: Plant nurseries in Sungai Buloh are bursting with colourful plants, including exotic new varieties, as operators stock up for Chinese New Year.
NATURE lover Gilbert Lai, who had planted and nurtured three Norfolk Island Pine trees, was shocked to find that the branches had been cut off by contractors and now looked aweful.
MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (Reuters) - Hundreds of Christians have begun to flee northern Nigeria after dozens were killed in a series of attacks by Islamist militants who issued an ultimatum to Christians to leave the mainly Muslim region or be killed, witnesses said Saturday.
THE first episode of Winter Sonata went on air in South Korea, four months ahead of the highly anticipated 2002 FIFA World Cup in the country and Japan. Korea then, was still recovering from the 1997 Asian financial crisis.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. and allied officials said they are increasingly concerned that doctors working with al Qaeda's Yemen-based affiliate will implant bombs inside living militants in order to try to circumvent airport security measures and bring down aircraft.
Better to reach home and enjoy the festival than meet misfortune on the way.
FESTIVE seasons and summer holiday breaks seem to be the high season for volunteers to offer their time.