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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.

ACA to conclude Abdul Kudus probe

The Anti-Corruption Agency (ACA) will conclude its investigation into the alleged graft case involving ex-Ampang Jaya Municipal Council (MPAJ) enforcement director Capt (Rtd) Abdul Kudus Ahmad after recording a statement from Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department, Datuk M. Kayveas.

Syria to join U.S.-led Middle East conference

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Syria said on Sunday it will attend a U.S.-led conference aimed at launching talks to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, giving another boost to U.S. efforts to enlist wide Arab support for a new peace drive.

Israel keeps up Lebanon assault, criticism mounts

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Israel struck Hizbollah targets and devastated an array of Lebanese civilian installations on Friday, drawing mounting world criticism of its tactics since Shi'ite fighters seized two of its soldiers and killed eight.

Israel pounds Lebanon in widening war on Hizbollah

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Israeli planes blasted roads and bridges in south, east and north Lebanon on Saturday, a day after Hizbollah's chief declared open war on Israel for a blitz launched in reprisal for the capture of two Israeli soldiers.

Israeli troops kill three Palestinians in Gaza

GAZA (Reuters) - Israeli troops killed two Palestinian militants and a civilian in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, the Hamas movement and Palestinian medical staff said.

‘No’ to ‘pirated ‘games

The authorities have begun a clampdown on those who pirate computer games, the first anti-piracy programme against games.

U.S. seizes Sadr aide as Gates arrives in Iraq

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - U.S. and Iraqi troops seized an aide to Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr on Friday, confronting a movement that is a key element in the ruling coalition.

Israeli, Palestinian leaders in U.S. for talks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Israeli and Palestinian leaders arrived in Washington on Sunday two days before a conference in nearby Annapolis that they hope will launch talks to end 60 years of conflict and create a Palestinian state.

Israel resumes Lebanon offensive, 4 killed

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Israeli aircraft pounded areas in south, east and northern Lebanon on Saturday, a day after Hizbollah's chief declared an open war against the Jewish state following the bombardment of his stronghold in Beirut.