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World

Japan marks WW2 defeat as strains with Asia persist

TOKYO (Reuters) - At least two Japanese cabinet ministers were set to mark the 60th anniversary of Japan's defeat in World War Two on Monday with visits to a Tokyo shrine for war dead, pilgrimages all but certain to anger China and South Korea.

World

Thousands rally against Thai govt, PM vows to stay

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Around 40,000 people attended the biggest demonstration against the Thai government in 14 years on Saturday to hear a former ally call for Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra to quit.

Education

Football fever hits schools

Studentsacross the countryhave caught the 2006 FIFAWorld Cup fever.From collecting top-up prepaidcards to sporting football fashionand staying up late, they are justas passionate about thegreatest event on earth asthe adults.

Nation

Soccer jerseys her regular attire

World Cup fever has hit Monisha Ashok so hard she has given up wearing regular clothes.

Nation

Princess welcomed into the family fold

The sweet strains of I>marhaban/I(chants in praise of Prophet Muhammad) filled the spacious banquet room of the State Secretariat's Dewan Jubli Intan here as little Raja Adedlina Izzaty Raja Idzhar was welcomed into the family fold.

Community

Back to basics for school teachers

They came to be observers but were coaxed into joining the athletic coaching programme at Padang Sultan Sulaiman in Klang.

Community

50 compete to become radio DJ

Over 50 DJ wannabes thronged the Mahkota Parade shopping complex here to see if they had what it takes to be StarFM 988's Oriental Rice Bowl programme DJ.

Community

Ol' Big Ears comes to town

FOR the first time ever, the iconic UEFA Champions League Trophy (given its affectionate pet name because of its big handles) will make an appearance in Malaysia, courtesy of Heineken, one of the main sponsors of the soccer championship.

World

Taliban video of boy executioner causes anger

SPIN BOLDAK, Afghanistan (Reuters) - A Taliban video of a 12-year-old boy beheading a man accused of spying has angered many Afghans, drawing condemnation from tribal and religious leaders.

World

Taliban video of boy executioner causes anger

SPIN BOLDAK, Afghanistan (Reuters) - A Taliban video of a 12-year-old boy beheading a man accused of spying has angered many Afghans, drawing condemnation from tribal and religious leaders.