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The incredible saga of Europe's A400M

BERLIN (Reuters) - The first shot to be fired at Europe's 21st century army plane came not from the barrel of a gun but a safety inspector's clipboard. In 2008, weeks after the first A400M troop transporter rolled off a gleaming new assembly plant in Seville, a group of inspectors travelled to southern Germany to scrutinise an important component for the plane's huge turbo-prop engines.

Iran warns Russia over sanctions at Istanbul summit

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Iran warned Russia on Tuesday against siding with Tehran's foes in supporting fresh U.N. sanctions over its nuclear dispute with the West.

Carnival gives residents chance to mingle and voice their complaints

A downpour in the morning cleared up just in time for residents to attend i>The Star's/iPeople's Voice Carnival at Bandar Botanic, Klang, on Saturday.

Israel to conduct own probe of Gaza ship raid

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel said on Monday it would investigate a deadly raid on a Gaza aid flotilla on its own, after rejecting a U.N. proposal for an international probe.

Turkey heaps pressure on Israel over Gaza

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Muslim leaders rallied round Turkey at a regional summit on Monday, backing their host's call for Israel to end its blockade of Gaza immediately and face international punishment for its deadly raid on an aid ship.

SPECIAL REPORT - The incredible saga of Europe's A400M

BERLIN (Reuters) - The first shot to be fired at Europe's 21st century army plane came not from the barrel of a gun but a safety inspector's clipboard. In 2008, weeks after the first A400M troop transporter rolled off a gleaming new assembly plant in Seville, a group of inspectors travelled to southern Germany to scrutinise an important component for the plane's huge turbo-prop engines.

Residents want dirty lake cleaned up

BANDAR Botanic residents spent the World Environment Day highlighting the sorry state of a lake in their neighbourhood at i>The Star's/iPeople's Voice Carnival.

ANALYSIS - U.N. rebukes of Israel permitted in U.S. policy shift

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Under President Barack Obama, the United States no longer provides Israel with automatic support at the United Nations where the Jewish state faces a constant barrage of criticism and condemnation.

Ahmadinejad says nuclear swap deal one-time offer

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Iran's nuclear fuel swap deal with Turkey and Brazil was an opportunity that would not be repeated, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Tuesday, with a U.N. vote looming to impose tougher sanctions on Tehran.