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Over 3,000 illegals held in op

Over 10,000 people have been screened 10 days into the fourth phase of the statewide all-out war against illegal immigrants and squatters.

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Ethnic minorities claim racial discrimination in HK

B>HONG KONG:/BMore than 50% of Nepalese, Pakistanis and Indians here say they have been victims of discrimination at work, a survey released yesterday found.

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Fine for woman who threw things from flat

CONNIE Ng So Kuen could have killed someone when she threw a 1.36kg dumb-bell, bottles and other things from her seventh-floor flat.---------------------------------------------


National service and Rakan Muda events 'won't overlap'

The national service, which begins in February next year, will not overlap with Rakan Muda programmes, said Deputy Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Ong Tee Keat.


Crime rate down in first five months

THE state's crime rate went down in the first five months of the year, Mentri Besar Datuk Abdul Ghani Othman told the state assembly.

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Military hits Aceh rebels with air strikes

B>JAKARTA:/BIndonesia's military said yesterday it had used helicopters to fire rockets at suspected rebel positions in Aceh province, forcing residents to flee their homes.


Changes planned to allow for training

Entry into public universities, matriculation centres and Lower Six will be adjusted to accommodate the national service programme.


Four baby gorillas to be sent to S. Africa

The four baby gorillas which were illegally sourced from Nigeria by the Taiping Zoo will be #8220;surrendered#8221; as soon as possible.

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Official: Hambali believed to be in Bangkok

B>BANGKOK: /B>The former operations chief of regional terror network Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) Hambali is believed to be hiding here, a senior Thai national security official said yesterday.


Easier HIV screening through anonymous testing programme

Voluntary screening for HIV infection has been made easier by the Health Ministry with the launch of a campaign on anonymous testing, which allows the public to be tested without fear or shame.