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ANALYSIS - Japan in delicate bind as it confronts rising China

TOKYO (Reuters) - The sudden bitter feud between Tokyo and Beijing will likely push Japan to mend ties with close ally Washington and reach out to other countries in the region that are also wary of an increasingly aggressive Beijing.

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Israeli settlement freeze ends, peace talks in doubt

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel allowed its halt in construction in Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank to expire on Monday, defying a U.S. call to extend the moratorium and risking a Palestinian withdrawal from peace talks.

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Perkasa should not be given so much publicity: Dr Koh

KUALA LUMPUR: Malay rights group Perkasa should not be given the publicity that it has now been enjoying, said Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Tan Sri Dr Koh Tsu Koon.

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Earth-friendly show

CAN the glitz and glamour of a fashion show be in line with environmentally friendly measures? The organisers of an eco-fiber fashion show in Kuching on Saturday thinks it can, but only with a change in mindset.

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Soprano Tan belts out Teresa Teng’s numbers

INDUSTRY friends, advertisers and agencies from the Malaysian Advertisers Association (MAA) gathered for a night of evergreen songs and camaraderie on the eve of the Mid-Autumn Festival.

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Understand Islam better, Najib tells America

NEW YORK: Malaysia is prepared to work with the United States to fend off Islamophobia among Americans so that they will have a better understanding of the faith and dispel negative perceptions about it.

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Netanyahu urges settler restraint as moratorium ends

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged Israeli settlers to act with restraint after a limited construction moratorium expires on Sunday, a plea that appeared aimed at keeping Middle East peace talks alive.

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Abbas says no immediate halt to peace negotiations

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Palestinians would not immediately end peace talks with Israel if it did not extend a 10-month limited settlement moratorium expiring on Sunday, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas was quoted as saying.

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Netanyahu urges settler restraint as moratorium ends

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urged Israeli settlers to act with restraint after a limited construction moratorium expires on Sunday, a plea that appeared aimed at keeping Middle East peace talks alive.