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Chad president and rebel leader sign peace accord

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Chad's president and the leader of a rebel faction that tried to oust him earlier this year signed a peace accord in Libya late on Sunday, but other Chadian insurgents dismissed the deal and vowed to fight on.

World

Israelis charged with "neo-Nazi" assault

TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Eight Israelis accused of belonging to a neo-Nazi cell that attacked religious Jews and painted swastikas in synagogues were charged on Tuesday on counts including aggravated assault and weapon possession.

Other Sport

Alonso accuses Renault of ‘abandoning’ him

Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso spoke out about his loneliness on Thursday, accusing Renault of twice abandoning him at crucial times this season.

World

Iran refuses to suspend atomic work, wants talks

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran insisted on Sunday that it would not suspend sensitive atomic work despite signs that world powers were close to agreeing on sanctions against Tehran.

Community

Desa Sri Hartamas: Bad town planning or attitude problem?

For a high-end business and residential district, the roads in Desa Sri Hartamas are rather narrow. Some say they are the main cause of traffic jams in the area but some City Hall officers blame the congestion on errant motorists who park indiscriminately.

World

North lavishes praise on Kim, no word on test

SEOUL (Reuters) - While the world frets over whether North Korea will conduct a nuclear test, the reclusive state's media on Sunday ignored the topic, focusing instead on ecstatic praise of their leader on the anniversary of his rise to power.

Nation

El Nino from Indian Ocean causing haze

It is unfair for Malaysia to blame Indonesia for the latest haze situation, said a Malaysian researcher with the United Nations University in Tokyo.

World

For U.S., Asian role key on North Korea

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States expects backing from China, South Korea and Japan in a push for new sanctions after North Korea tested a nuclear weapon, but it is unclear whether the three key Asian states will go as far on penalties as Washington might think necessary.

World

Israelis charged with "neo-Nazi" assault

TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Eight Israelis accused of belonging to a neo-Nazi cell that attacked religious Jews and painted swastikas in synagogues were charged on Tuesday on counts including aggravated assault and weapon possession.

Letters

People too must be responsible for their security

WHEN it comes to fighting crime, policemen will always find themselves in a no-win situation. No matter how hard they work in battling criminals, people will never be satisfied.