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Second plan to conserve Lost World inked

KOTA KINABALU: A second conservation plan for the Sabah Maliau Basin has been inked in a bid to further protect and conserve the area known internationally as the Lost World.

Orphaned calf Joe doing well

KOTA KINABALU: Baby elephant Joe, the sole survivor of a poisoning that killed a herd of 14 Borneo pygmy elephants, is out of the woods.

Fading but there’s thrills to be had on the Grand Bahama

Exploring Grand Bahama Island: Seeking adventure on a faded hot spot.

Looking up to the Swans

Malaysian-owned side Cardiff City will be looking to fellow Welsh side Swansea as a role model in a bid to preserve their status in the English Premier League this season.

Poisoned baby Borneo pygmy elephant survives

KOTA KINABALU: An ailing baby Borneo pygmy elephant, the sole survivor of a poisoning that killed a herd of 14 elephants including its mother in January, is out of the woods.

Insight - How a train ran away and devastated a Canadian town

CHICAGO/LAC-MEGANTIC, Quebec (Reuters) - The short length of track, nestled in a dark pine and birch forest in Quebec, is a regular overnight stop for freight trains hauling crude oil and other raw materials across North America.

Norwich striker Holt joins Wigan on three-year deal

LONDON: Norwich City striker Grant Holt has joined English Championship side Wigan Athletic on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee, the two clubs announced on Monday.

Indonesians rescued after days trapped in tree by tigers

BANDA ACEH: A group of Indonesian men who spent four days trapped up a tree by Sumatran tigers were rescued when wildlife experts induced the snarling creatures to leave, police said.

Insurgents increasing in east Afghanistan, but army sees gains

FORWARD OPERATING BASE LIGHTNING, Afghanistan (Reuters) - Insurgents have stepped up operations in Afghan border provinces close to Pakistan, one of Afghanistan's top generals said, with militant numbers up on last summer as government forces work to improve security in the volatile east.

Insurgents increasing in east Afghanistan, but army sees gains

FORWARD OPERATING BASE LIGHTNING, Afghanistan (Reuters) - Insurgents have stepped up operations in border provinces close to Pakistan, one of Afghanistan's top generals said on Sunday, with militant numbers up on last summer as government forces work to improve security in the volatile east.