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Envoys want NATO answers about strike on Libyan TV

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Russia, India and other U.N. Security Council delegations voiced concerns on Tuesday about NATO strikes on Libyan state television last month, saying they were awaiting results of a NATO investigation.

Councillor: No cheeky banners, please

MALACCA: As a mark of respect for Ramadan, a city councillor has issued reminders to entertainment outlets in the city's tourism belt of Taman Melaka Raya to remove cheeky advertisement banners.

New York maid hits Strauss-Kahn with civil lawsuit

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn sexually assaulted a housekeeper in a

Lotus appoints Ateco as importer

KUALA LUMPUR: Lotus Cars Ltd has appointed Ateco Automotive Pty Ltd, Australia, and New Zealand's largest independent car importer as its new official importer and distributor for Lotus cars in the region.

Firm raising funds for World Vision via sale of notebooks

WORLD Vision, a child-focused international humanitarian organisation, organises various initiatives to draw attention to the plights of children particularly in the area of health.

New York maid hits Strauss-Kahn with civil lawsuit

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn sexually assaulted a housekeeper in a

Public’s eyes and ears on cyber casinos

GEORGE TOWN: In a move to fight the cyber casino menace here, the Penang Municipal Council has introduced an email address specifically for the public to make complaints about these illegal outlets.

PAS goes on soul-searching trip

The Kedah Government's since rescinded ban on entertainment outlets during Ramadan and PAS' divided response to the Jais raid on the DUMC church are clear signals that a struggle is now on for the 'soul' of the party.

Bigger bounty from BookFest 2011

One of the region's only truly bilingual book fairs begins this month. Find out what's in store.

Bigger bounty from BookFest 2011

One of the region's only truly bilingual book fairs begins this month. Find out what's in store.