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Hambali used RM2mil collected from donations to fund his extremist operations

Hambali, Asia#8217;s most wanted terror suspect with links to Osama bin Laden#8217;s al-Qaeda movement, had at least RM2mil cash in hand to run his campaign of terror while he was operating in the region, according to intelligence reports.


Singapore ties ‘more strained’

The relationship between Malaysia and Singapore is more strained than strong, Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Syed Hamid Albar said.


Aid wasted due to Terengganu governmentt’s attitude

The Federal Government 'wasted' a sizable amount of aid, worth millions of ringgit, meant for rural folk in Terengganu because of the state government's refusal to allow certain development projects to be located on state land and buildings.


Peace a must for development

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Don't play favourites, Sharir tells politicians

Politicians and government officers should place the people#8217;s interest before their own and not favour their friends or associates when awarding contracts, said Johor Baru Umno division chief Datuk Shahrir Samad.

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Leaving it in the hands of God

B>D/B>OWNSTAIRS in the student union at Al Mustansiriya University, Baghdad, the music blared as young men and women jammed around tables sipping sodas meant to resemble 7-Up and munching potato chips sold out of popcorn machines.


Malaysia not 'dictating to Singapore'

Malaysia has been accused by Singapore of dictating to the island republic in their water negotiations and changing its position constantly. The republic knows that if this is the case there will be no negotiations to start with. Instead, Malaysia would have resorted to unilateral action, writes MERGAWATI ZULFAKAR.


Assessment rate discount

Building management companies whose tenancies have been badly hit by the economic crisis can look forward to lower assessment rates, thanks to the state government#8217;s decision to provide discounts on such payments.

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Food Street falls on bad times

JUST 15 months after Chinatown's Food Street was launched in a blaze of publicity, the hawkers' smiles have turned to frowns. Now the cash registers are ominously silent.


Porn delivered to the doorstep

For RM50, the public can rent 50 copies of pirated VCDs of Hong Kong, Korean, Japanese and Taiwanese drama series and have them delivered to their doorsteps here.