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Brazil yet to find replacement for Scolari

Brazil are set to end 2002, the year they won an unprecedented fifth World Cup, without a national team coach.

AseanPlus News

Fighting hard to wipe out fake products

EIGHT ministry-level departments have launched a year-long nationwide crackdown on counterfeit products.

Lifestyle

For whom the tea pours

The Chinese in China are rediscovering the most quintessential of Chinese drinks #8211; tea, reports MARTIN FACKLER.

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'Fake' Real held by lowly Terrassa

Second Division Terrassa scored twice in the last nine minutes to claim a 3-3 draw at home to asecond string Real Madrid side on Wednesday and stay in with a chance of making the quarter-finals of the King#8217;s Cup.

Nation

Police arrest two bogus Customs officers

Police have arrested two bogus Customs officers, who conned and robbed several businessmen, after their latest victim gave them the slip and lodged a report recently.

Nation

Ministry seizes fake branded goods at exhibition in hotel

More than RM100,000 worth of imitation goods of branded products were seized from an exhibition area in a four-star hotel in Jalan Walter Grenier during an operation here yesterday.

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Lakers' Shaq says mock Chinese accent was a joke

Lakers star Shaquille O#8217;Neal defended himself on Friday saying he has nothing against Asians.

Nation

Con man of many ‘titles’ held

He is a supposed titled gentleman - Sir Col Datuk Dr Prince. Chomping on cigars and being chauffeured around in a limousine, he tells his clients, who are mostly businessmen, that he can get them honorary doctorates from an Italian university for at least RM20,000.

Nation

Members of fake gold syndicate remanded

The Singaporean and two Johoreans from a syndicate which specialised in selling fake gold items to pawnshops nationwide have been remanded for seven days pending police investigation.

Lifestyle

Illegal bargains galore

MARKED poverty triggered by the Asian meltdown has fuelled a burgeoning trade in wild animals in Indonesia, where an orangutan costs less than RM900 and rare birds the price of a meal. Endangered species are threatened with near extinction, and habitats are being torn apart. Yet there is little the government can - or will - do about it.