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Cambodian maids raring to go

AT 5am, without any alarm clock going off, a dozen Cambodian maids wake up with near-military precision.

Don't be tricked by confidence tricksters

Beware of masters of manipulation, says Mary Schneider.

Groups calling for special environmental impact assessment for Tanjung Aru beach

KOTA KINABALU: Concerned groups are calling for a special environmental impact assessment for the proposed massive redevelopment of the scenic Tanjung Aru beach area here.

Berlusconi says Italy needs political stability

ROME (Reuters) - Italy's centre-right leader Silvio Berlusconi called on Thursday for political stability but demanded that Prime Minister Enrico Letta's fragile coalition keep promises to cut taxes, despite growing pressure on public finances.

Bus operators send memorandum to Najib for Budget 2014 consideration

KUCHING: The Pan Malaysian Bus Operators Association (PMBOA) has submitted a memorandum to Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak to be considered for Budget 2014 with regard to express buses.

New landmark to grace London skyline

ST. George is set to launch a new landmark 52-storey tower designed by award-winning Ian Simpson Architects on the banks of the River Thames.

Bitter Spaniards to vote in German poll with 'donated' ballots

BERLIN (Reuters) - Spaniards and Greeks bitter about tough austerity measures in their countries for which they blame German Chancellor Angela Merkel hope to oust her in Sunday's national election by using ballots 'donated' by German voters.

Italy PM Letta rejects Berlusconi attack on judges

ROME (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta on Thursday dismissed Silvio Berlusconi's attacks on judges who convicted him of tax fraud and said he would not allow his fragile coalition government to become the "punching ball" of his fractious coalition partners.

Emerging markets lead Asia rally after Fed decision

Stocks and currencies in emerging markets led an Asian rally Thursday following a surprise decision by the US Federal Reserve to keep its massive stimulus programme intact.

Australian PM insists no argument with Indonesia

SYDNEY (AFP) - Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Thursday said he was confident his government could work with Indonesia despite a senior Jakarta official calling his controversial asylum-seeker policy "offensive".