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Indonesia has pledged to take pre-emptive and preventive measures to end the annual haze problem plaguing its neighbours for years.
'Papa did it!' - these are the words Leow Woon Sheng is hoping he will be able to say as the first Malaysian to make it to space.
B>T/B>HE name Chan Bee Tin may not ring a bell within the sports fraternity.
Plans are afloat to turn Kenyir Lake into the best of eco-tourism and adventure-tourism destinations in the region and the world. Aggressive promotions locally and overseas are on the cards and there is also a proposal to turn Pulau Poh into a tax-free zone.
YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar has delayed a Southeast Asian mission to assess democratic reforms in the military-ruled country, saying it's too busy moving to a new capital in jungle-clad mountains far from Yangon.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Foot-dragging by Myanmar's military rulers in moving towards democracy has hurt stability across Southeast Asia, the foreign minister of Indonesia, the region's largest country, said on Friday.