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Military court convicts three soldiers over Aceh rights abuses

An Indonesian military tribunal on Monday sentenced three soldiers to four months and twenty days in prison for the severe beatings of residents in a remote village during the army's offensive against separatist rebels in Aceh province.

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Orang asli who resettle may get land titles

Orang asli who agreed to live at new resettlement schemes (RPS) are likely to receive titles for the agricultural land they work on, said Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohd Tajol Rosli Ghazali.

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Wholesome goodies for food tour participants

Participants of the Flavours Penang Gourmet Tour 2003 will get a chance to sample goodies such as VeGood drinks, salmon spread with biscuits, light tuna in olive oil and baked beans, all products under Ayam brand#8217;s light range.

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Big plans for border area with Brunei

The area on both sides of the Malaysia-Brunei border is set to become one of the most vibrant social and economic development hubs in Borneo, with billions of ringgit worth of infrastructure projects being planned.

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PM's Ukraine trip to open up trade potential

Ukraine is looking forward to the groundbreaking visit by Datuk Seri Dr Mahathir Mohamad on Sunday with great anticipation.

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S’pore economy in deep contraction

The city-state eased monetary policy yesterday after the economy suffered its worst-ever contraction in the June quarter, but factories and consumer spending are bouncing back, the government said.

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Smuggling syndicate smashed after sea chase

A major smuggling hub dealing with clove cigarettes, beer and rice from a neighbouring country was unravelled after a 40km mid-sea pursuit between Customs and Excise Department enforcement officers and the smugglers on Thursday night.

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Oil producers investment group proposed

An investment corporation funded by oil-producing Islamic Development Bank (IDB) member countries has been proposed as a means to raise capital resources within member countries and create a new market block.

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Group wants policy on working from home

Puspanita (Association of Female Public Service Officers and Wives of Civil Servants) plans to submit a resolution for the Women and Family Development Ministry to draw up a policy for women to work from home.

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‘India unlikely to send troops to Iraq’

B>NEW DELHI:/BIndia is unlikely to agree to a US request that it send troops to Iraq to participate in peacekeeping efforts, a news report said yesterday.