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Woman held in JB for hoarding cooking oil

More than three tonnes of subsidised cooking oil was seized from a house in Johor Baru during a raid by the state Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs enforcement officers.

Palestinian minister says Israel foiling security effort

RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Palestinian Interior Minister Abdel-Razak al-Yahya accused Israel on Tuesday of hampering efforts to keep order in the occupied West Bank.

Divorce rates soar in Darfur due to conflict - paper

KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Divorce rates have rocketed in Sudan's Darfur region, where the festering conflict has taken a toll on family life, media reported on Wednesday.

505 foreign vice workers nabbed in raids last year

PENANG: A whopping 505 vice workers, mostly from China, were arrested at various karaoke lounges and health clubs in George Town last year.

Woman held for hoarding cooking oil

More than three tonnes of subsidised cooking oil was seized from a house in Johor baru during a raid by the state Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs enforcement officers.

Israel foiling Palestinian security effort - minister

RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - Palestinian Interior Minister Abdel-Razak al-Yahya accused Israel on Tuesday of hampering efforts to keep order in the occupied West Bank.

Fun kabbadi on the beach

IT was a day of fun for about 100 juniors who took part in the SportsUnite-KJKC beach kabaddi championships in Morib recently.

Police sink drug ring using illegal fishermen

Police believe they may have uncovered a drug syndicate involving foreigners working illegally as fishermen in the district following the arrest of eight Myanmar nationals in several raids since Sunday.

Anger, scepticism awaits Bush in Middle East

BEIRUT (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush's visit to the Middle East this week will evoke widespread hostility in a region where many view him as a war-monger pursuing U.S.-Israeli hegemony, not peace and democracy.

Abbas to push Olmert on settlements before Bush trip

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The Palestinian president will press Israel's prime minister on Tuesday to halt settlements and army raids as they try to salvage a U.S.-backed peace process on the eve of a visit from its sponsor, President George W. Bush.