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KTM Komuter Sentul-Batu Caves extension work begins next year

Work on the long-awaited KTM Komuter extension from Sentul to Batu Caves will finally begin early next year

No quick breaks expected in bomb probe - UK

LONDON (Reuters) - A government minister warned Britons on Monday not to expect quick breakthroughs in the hunt for the suspected al Qaeda bombers who killed at least 49 people in the worst peacetime attack on the capital.

No quick breaks expected in bomb probe - UK

LONDON (Reuters) - A government minister warned Britons on Monday not to expect quick breakthroughs in the hunt for the suspected al Qaeda bombers who killed at least 49 people in the worst peacetime attack on the capital.

The swing from joy to sorrow

BARELY 24 hours after London secured the right to host the 2012 Olympic Games, the city was left reeling in a state of shock following a series of devastating bomb attacks. By CHOI TUCK WO

A relook on security needed

By JOHAN FERNANDEZ

Living under the shadow of terrorism

There has always been this fear that terrorists would one day attack London. It was inevitable following the Sept 11 attack in New York and on July 7, they finally struck. By WONG CHUN WAI

PM: Fight terrorism with more resolve

Malaysia will continue to steadfastly support the international community's efforts to fight terrorism, which has become one of the greatest security challenges confronting the world today, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi.

Death toll in London terror attacks exceeds 50

Police searched torn-up underground trains and a shredded double-decker bus Friday for clues to who was behind Britain's worst terror bombing, as the death toll passed 50 and anguished friends and family waited for news of the missing.

Britain facing enormous task of preventing future attacks

Four bombs exploding in close coordination at peak hours in crowded civilian areas of London bear the hallmark of previous terrorist attacks in other Western capitals - New York and Madrid. Analysis By BUNN NAGARA.

An unspoken solidarity between public and government

Despite their city having been ripped by a series of blasts on Thursday, Londoners remained calm and gave their explicit trust to the leaders to get things back on track. JASON LIM, a student there and a participant of I>The Star's/IBRATs programme, gives his personal account of the tragedy.