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Iran sanctions vote could come Wednesday - U.N. envoys

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Western nations are hoping the U.N. Security Council will be able to vote on Wednesday on a resolution imposing a fourth round of sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program, diplomats said.

75 long-lost silent movies being returned to US

WELLINGTON, New Zealand: A cache of 75 long-lost silent films uncovered in the New Zealand Film Archive vault is being sent back to the United States.

Dr M: Gaza aid may need to be sent via land

KUALA LUMPUR: A new assessment on the effectiveness of shipping humanitarian relief aid to Gaza has to be made to ensure the aid reaches the people of Gaza, said former Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.hr noshade size='1' width='50%'>

45 colleges deregistered

PUTRAJAYA: The Higher Education Ministry has deregistered 45 private colleges for flouting the Private Higher Education Institution Act last year, said Deputy Minister Dr Hou Kok Chung.

Oil slick clean up finally finished

PENGERANG: The week-long clean-up of the oil spill here finally ended two days ago with thousands of bags of sludge removed from the sea by a 300-strong clean-up crew.

Cyclone Phet weakens before hitting Omani coast

MUSCAT (Reuters) - Tropical Cyclone Phet hit the coast of the Gulf state of Oman on Thursday, but weakened from an ominous Category 4 storm down to a Category 2, leaving oil and liquefied natural gas production unharmed.

Weakened Cyclone Phet takes aim at Oman

MUSCAT (Reuters) - Tropical Cyclone Phet roared toward the coast of Oman and was expected to make landfall late on Thursday at the earliest before barrelling toward the oil-exporting Gulf Arab state's LNG facilities.

45 private colleges deregistered last year

PUTRAJAYA: The Higher Education Ministry has deregistered 45 private colleges for flouting the Private Higher Education Institution Act last year, said Deputy Minister Dr Hou Kok Chung.

Powerful Cyclone Phet takes aim at Oman

MUSCAT (Reuters) - Tropical Cyclone Phet roared toward the coast of Oman on Thursday and was expected to make landfall on Friday before heading toward the oil-exporting Gulf Arab state's LNG facilities.

Shin Yang IPO may raise up to RM410mil

KUALA LUMPUR: Shin Yang Shipping Corp Bhd hopes to raise as much as US$124.5mil (RM410.85mil) from its initial public offering (IPO) as a deepening debt crisis in the euro zone clouds the outlook for new offerings around the globe.