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Embrace unity in the country

BATU PAHAT: All Malaysians have the responsibility to contribute to peace and harmony in the society and protect it from being ruined.


Factbox - Nigeria has history of major air accidents

LAGOS (Reuters) - A Nigerian passenger plane carrying almost 150 people crashed in a densely populated part of Lagos on Sunday, the latest air disaster to hit Africa's most populous nation.


It’s all in the genes

Dr Maya Soetoro-Ng, half-sister of US President Barack Obama, embraces diversity as she works towards bridging racial and cultural divides to make for a more peaceful world.


Religious freedom protected under Federal Constitution, says Soi Lek

BATU PAHAT: Hundreds of people joined the annual procession on the eve of Wesak Day last week.


Berlin photo fest chronicles Greek rage

BERLIN (Reuters) - Photo-journalist Nikos Pilos used to travel the world to cover conflicts, now he only needs to open his front door in Athens.


Singers and orchestra ready to bring the house down again

THE band of angelic voices that delighted full houses for the past two Christmases are back, this time for a choral and orchestral concert titled ‘I Love to Sing’.


Foiling Qaeda threats starts with intel: Napolitano

PARIS (Reuters) - The thwarting of an al Qaeda plot involving a non-metallic bomb shows that safety operations begin with strong intelligence and full-body scanners at airports are not the only tool to fight increasingly sophisticated threats, the U.S. secretary of Homeland Security said on Friday.


Insight - The power brokers with Europe's fate in their hands



Reports: Saudi intelligence, CIA infiltrated al Qaeda in Yemen

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A bomber from the al Qaeda affiliate in Yemen sent to blow up a U.S.-bound airliner last month was actually a double agent who infiltrated the group and volunteered for the suicide mission, U.S. media reported on Tuesday.