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RDF facility to operate from November

The Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF)factory in Semenyih will startgenerating electricity in November.


Wanted ‘cabby’ finally nabbed

A bogus taxi driver, high on the police wanted list in the Klang Valley for daring robberies almost every other day, has finally been arrested.


Israel says catches Hizbollah man over abduction

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The Israeli army said on Sunday it had captured one of the Hizbollah guerrillas who took part in the abduction of two Israeli soldiers on July 12.


Syria to receive UN investigator on Hariri murder

DAMASCUS/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syria is willing to receive a U.N. investigator whose probe into the assassination of Lebanese former Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri has led to the detention by Lebanon of four pro-Syrian generals on murder charges.


Fakes worth RM62,400 destroyed

More than RM62,400 worth of fake items, pirated music as well as movie compact discs were destroyed by the Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Enforcement Office here.


Hamas shuns Bush's peace push, vows to fight Israel

GAZA (Reuters) - Hamas Islamists rejected U.S. President George W. Bush's drive for peace in the Middle East on Wednesday and vowed to undermine Israeli-Palestinian negotiations by keeping up their fight against the Jewish state.


U.S. general: Force in Afghan strike was appropriate

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. commander who led a strike against the Taliban in the Afghan town of Shindand last month acted appropriately, the military has concluded after an investigation into an incident that Afghan officials say killed dozens of civilians.


Ten Israeli soldiers, 11 Lebanese civilians killed

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Hizbollah killed 10 Israeli soldiers on Sunday in its deadliest rocket strike yet and Israeli bombs killed 11 Lebanese civilians as Lebanon rejected a draft U.N. resolution to end the 26-day-old war.


Kenyan rush-hour blast kills one, hurts 37

NAIROBI (Reuters) - An apparent bomb blast in a Nairobi street on Monday killed one person, injured dozens and left a severed leg hanging from a shattered window.


Churchill great grandson jailed in Australia

CANBERRA (Reuters) - A great-grandson of Britain's wartime leader Winston Churchill was sentenced to three years in an Australian jail on Thursday for his role in a multi-million drug scheme.