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BAMAKO (Reuters) - President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita won power with a pledge to resurrect a "strong and united" Mali from the ashes of a war against Islamists militants yet six months later he has done little to heal the wounds of the conflict.
SINGAPORE: The two passengers who managed to board MAS flight MH370 with stolen passports have brought to light the loopholes in immigration checks as well as the booming trade in fake credentials. We look at some facts and figures behind stolen passports.
THE POLICE will continue to combat crime by combining electronic technology with human intelligence. Illustrating the use of closed-circuit television (CCTV) for surveillance purposes, Selangor CPO Senior Deputy Comm Datuk Mohd Shukri Dahlan said this was commonly used in developed nations.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - The days of Chinese developers snatching up premium properties with record-breaking offers are coming to an end as cooling measures bite and sale prices are squeezed, ending the reign of a handful of "land kings" in the world's second-largest economy.
LONDON (Reuters) - As bankers, traders and investors gathered at Gazprom's London offices for its annual champagne reception, the message from the world's most powerful gas trader was clear: the Russians don't want another gas war with Ukraine.
MANY taxi drivers in Ipoh are in favour of using the taximeters to standardise the fare rates for passengers.