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Quintessentially Gita Bayu

Top on the list of priorities among discerning property buyers has always been about security, whether the home costs RM1mil or RM10mil.

Somalia, allies batter al Shabaab, but gains may be fragile

MARKA, Somalia (Reuters) -

Muar is great but where is the maintenance?

A letter from DOROTHY CHANMuar

Somalia, allies batter al Shabaab, but gains may be fragile

MARKA, Somalia (Reuters) -

Trial of pope's ex-butler to shine big light on tiny Vatican

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The Vatican has certainly seen more sensational trials in its long history. The Inquisition ordered Galileo to recant his theory that the earth revolves around the sun, and philosopher Giordano Bruno was burned at the stake for heresy.

Trial of pope's ex-butler to shine big light on tiny Vatican

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The Vatican has certainly seen more sensational trials in its long history. The Inquisition ordered Galileo to recant his theory that the earth revolves around the sun, and philosopher Giordano Bruno was burned at the stake for heresy.

Phelps eager to make splash as golfer

MEDINAH, Illinois (Reuters) - For almost 20 years, Michael Phelps was swim coach Bob Bowman's project.

Zeti: Malaysia well positioned to realise growth potential in renminbi bond, Sukuk

Malaysia is well positioned to realise the growth potential in renminbi bonds and sukuk, given the country's market size and supporting infrastructure, Bank Negara Malaysia Governor Tan Sri Dr Zeti Akhtar Aziz said.

Special Report - Chavez's oil-fed fund obscures Venezuela money trail

MACAPAIMA, Venezuela (Reuters) - The site of what may someday be Venezuela's first newsprint factory today consists of little more than a warehouse, several acres of cleared tropical savannah, and two billboards bearing pictures of President Hugo Chavez.

South Africa women kick off T20 World Cup with easy win

GALLE, Sri Lanka (Reuters) - Trisha Chetty spent a productive day on either side of the stumps as South Africa kicked off their women's Twenty20 World Cup campaign with a comfortable six-wicket victory over hosts Sri Lanka in a Group B match on Wednesday.