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Into the wilds

Photographer Ong Soon Hin and LEONG SIOK HUI had joined a group of Singaporean kids and their parents on an outdoor excursion to Endau-Rompin National Park in Johor.

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Sri Lankan peace talks set to resume in Thailand

Sri Lankan government and Tamil Tiger rebel delegates arrived in Thailand yesterday to take part in what could be the most crucial round of peace talks since negotiations started four months ago.


Let the guessing game begin

With party elections postponed to next year, Umno is now focused on preparing for the general election which, according to some politicians in Umno, may take place between March and June next year, writes B>Joceline Tan/B>

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Tense round of Sri Lankan talks kicks off

BANGKOK: The Sri Lanka government and Tamil Tiger rebels kicked off what was expected to be a tense round of peace talks yesterday, with the process clouded by an army call to the rebels to surrender weapons.

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Manila sees peace in six months

B>MANILA: /B>Philippine President Gloria Arroyo should be able to forge peace pacts with communist and Muslim rebels in six months, according to her key ally, who has proposed a #8220;unity#8221; government to speed up reforms.

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Tigers discuss security issues with Lankan govt

B>NAKHON PATHOM (Thailand):/BSri Lankan government and Tamil rebel negotiators dealt with contentious security issues yesterday as a new round of peace talks entered its second day.

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Norway trying to bring Tigers back to peace talks

B>NAKHON PATHOM (Thailand)/B>: Peace broker Norway moved to bring Tamil Tiger rebels back on board yesterday, a day after they walked out of a panel responsible for winding down Sri Lanka#8217;s separatist war, officials said.

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Tigers: No disarming before final settlement

The Tamil Tiger rebel group yesterday stressed it would not lay down arms until there was a final political settlement to end Sri Lanka#8217;s 19-year ethnic war.


Probing the mind of the terrorist

The subject of terrorism scares most others, but not Dr Rohan Gunaratna. The writer#8217;s seventh book on terrorism caught world attention, and caused a furore in Malaysia.BPAUL GABRIEL/Btracks down the daring scholar during a visit to Singapore.


Showtime in Las Vegas

Besides shopping, gorging on endless buffets and visiting the ostentatious hotels modelled on legendary monuments, lavish theatrical productions and concerts are the top draws of this desert city, reports JOHNNI WONG.