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Four-day English course for students from China

MIRI: Twenty-six Jin Shan Middle School students are attending a four-day English course at Curtin University of Technology, Sarawak that started yesterday.

Horror of North Korean prison camps exposed at U.N. panel hearing

SEOUL (Reuters) - Public executions and torture are daily occurrences in North Korea's prisons, according to dramatic testimony from former inmates at a U.N. Commission of Inquiry that opened in South Korea's capital on Tuesday.

Police launch Ops Selamat 3 programme with safety of public as top priority

THE Perak police contingent will focus on three approaches this Hari Raya celebration - to ensure safety of ones property, their life and when they are on the road.

Perak Pakatan lodges report against judge for allegedly racist statement

IPOH: Perak Pakatan Rakyat has lodged a report against former Appeal Courts judge Datuk Mohd Noor Abdullah over an allegedly racist statement made during a forum in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday

CORRECTED-Egypt army chief shows political agility in crisis

CAIRO (Reuters) - For a man who says he doesn't want to be president, Egypt's army chief is proving to be a skilful politician so far.

Ribery makes final three for UEFA best player award

BERNE (Reuters) - Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery joined Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi when the final three contenders for the 2012/13 UEFA Best Player in Europe award were named on Tuesday.

KL and Bangkok to resolve dual citizenships

BANGKOK: Malaysia and Thailand have agreed to work together to resolve the problem of dual citizenships that has caused security problems to both countries.

Britain defends detention of journalist's partner

LONDON (Reuters) - The British government, accused of abusing media freedom, said on Tuesday police were right to detain a journalist's partner if they thought lives might be at risk from data he was carrying from fugitive U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden.

Muslim Rohingya asylum seekers escape Thai detention centre

BANGKOK (Reuters) - A group of Muslim Rohingya asylum-seekers in southern Thailand escaped from an immigration detention centre on Tuesday, highlighting the growing desperation of a stateless minority fleeing sectarian violence in Myanmar.

Tunisian Islamists accept union plan to resolve crisis

TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's governing Islamists moved closer to negotiations with secular opponents on Thursday by agreeing in principle to a plan for a transition toward new elections proposed by the powerful trade unions.