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FEATURE - Mosquito lab handles "world's most dangerous animals"

SEATTLE (Reuters) - He keeps them in warm, comfortable bug dorms, feeds them on meals of human blood with the occasional sugar water snack and lives in awe of their killing power.

Profile - Flamboyant Gaddafi no stranger to bloodshed

LONDON (Reuters) - Muammar Gaddafi's love of comic-opera uniforms, exotic female bodyguards and Bedouin tents provided a theatrical backdrop for 42 years of bloody repression that in the end could not withstand a determined uprising backed by NATO air power.

PROFILE: Flamboyant Gaddafi no stranger to bloodshed

LONDON (Reuters) - Muammar Gaddafi's love of comic-opera uniforms, exotic female bodyguards and Bedouin tents provided a theatrical backdrop for 42 years of bloody repression that in the end could not withstand a determined uprising backed by NATO air power.

School's distance not an issue for determined teenager

WHILE her family members are sound asleep, 19-year-old Norhassima Bah Samurai wakes up at 3am to study till 5am before preparing for school each day.

World's first malaria vaccine works in major trial

SEATTLE/LONDON (Reuters) -An experimental vaccine from GlaxoSmithKline halved the risk of African children getting malaria in a major clinical trial, making it likely to become the world's first shot against the deadly disease.

Israeli soldier, Palestinians freed in captive swap

GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit and hundreds of Palestinians crossed Israel's borders in opposite directions on Tuesday as a thousand-for-one prisoner swap brought joy to families but did little to ease decades of conflict.

Penang reclamation deal off

GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Go­­vernment will not proceed with land reclamation along the Bayan Lepas coastal area with Boustead Holdings Bhd after public consultation.

Wall Street giving down, but Romney leads U.S. pack

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Money is not flowing from people on Wall Street to U.S. presidential candidates as freely as in the last White House race, with Republican Mitt Romney outpacing President Barack Obama in the chase for a shrunken pot of cash.

Three prominent women in the state receive awards

KUCHING: Fu Choon Kee received the Chief Minister's Women Social Activist 2011 award Monday.

Public-listed Pansar founder passes away at 85

SIBU: Sibu lost one of its most successful and illustrated corporate leaders with the passing of Tan Sri Tai Sing Chii (i>pic/i>) at the age of 85 yesterday morning.