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Hitler drawings to go on sale in Canada

MONTREAL (Reuters) - A Montreal auctioneer has put four sketches by Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler up for sale, sparking outrage and condemnation in Canada's Jewish community.

Hitler drawings to go on sale in Canada

MONTREAL (Reuters) - A Montreal auctioneer has put four sketches by Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler up for sale, sparking outrage and condemnation in Canada's Jewish community.

Roast promotion

A gastronomic treat awaits diners at Garden Terrace at Pan Pacific Glenmarie Kuala Lumpur, which is holding a roast and carvery promotion until Thursday. A live carving station offers a selection of roasted striploin, rib-eye or leg of lamb, served with fresh garden vegetables and a choice of mashed potato or potato salad, accompanied by mushroom, shallot or black pepper sauce.

Notorious Canadian sex killer leaves prison

TORONTO (Reuters) - A Canadian sex killer was freed after 12 years behind bars on Monday for her involvement in the rape, torture and murder of two schoolgirls, in a case that horrified Canada in the 1990s.

Notorious Canadian sex killer leaves prison

TORONTO (Reuters) - A Canadian sex killer was freed after 12 years behind bars on Monday for her involvement in the rape, torture and murder of two schoolgirls, in a case that horrified Canada in the 1990s.

Bargains for bookworms

THE B>Good Read/Bis back. In conjunction with the National Reading Month 2005, Kinokuniya Bookstores is tying up with I>StarEducation/Ito offer readers a 20% discount on selected books.

Irresistible 'laksa'

Places to lunch and dine in the Klang Valley.

Food circuit

THE Buffet Extravaganza at the Pasta Mee Restaurant that ends today coincides with the All Japan Grand Touring Championship taking place at the Sepang International Circuit.

East meets West promotion

Places to lunch and dine within the Klang Valley area.

Retail sales dip in April

Retailers' cash tills rang less merrily in April when they collected 8.9% less than in March, which was a bumper month.