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HK al-Qaeda case suspects agree to US extradition

B>HONG KONG: /B>Three men held in Hong Kong for nearly four months agreed yesterday to be extradited to the United States, where they are wanted for allegedly trying to buy anti-aircraft missiles for al-Qaeda.

Asia reserves protests for later

B>JAKARTA:/BMillions of people voiced anger last weekend at the prospect of a US-led attack on Iraq, but there was barely a peep from Asia's Muslim-majority nations.

US loses hearts in Muslim Asia

B>JAKARTA:/BAmien Rais has fond memories of studying in the United States more than two decades ago.

Ops require villagers to leave homes

B>MEULABOH (Aceh):/BAt 10am, the Indonesian military (TNI) entered Blang Tengah, a village about 40km from here, and ordered the villagers to evacuate their houses and seek refuge in a safe place.

Ops require villagers to leave homes

B>MEULABOH (Aceh):/BAt 10am, the Indonesian military (TNI) entered Blang Tengah, a village about 40km from here, and ordered the villagers to evacuate their houses and seek refuge in a safe place.

Abdul Hamid: PAS turning blind eye

Some PAS leaders are aware of their members giving wrong interpretations of Islam but do not act in order to preserve their political agenda, said Religious Adviser to the Prime Minister Tan Sri Abdul Hamid Othman.hr noshade size=1 width=60% align=center>

Power struggle could backfire

PBDS leaders may end up the losers, as, with the general election looming, Barisan Nasioanl cannot afford to allow the rivalry in the party to continue. JANE RITIKOS reports.

Al-Qaeda suspect, militants held

B>PESHAWAR:/BPakistani authorities have arrested an al-Qaeda suspect in the north and three Islamic militants in the south of the country, officials said yesterday.

Ulama to tell Bush cause of terror

When President George W. Bush meets Indonesia's leading I>ulama/Itoday, they will tell him US policies in the Middle East, seen as favouring Israel, are one of the root causes of terror attacks in Asia.

Bush praises Indon efforts

US President George W. Bush praised Indonesia yesterday for its support in the war on terror and said Islamic terrorists defiled one of the great faiths.