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News briefs South Korean students accept North Koreans and Thai cops seize China-bound pangolins

Radio and TV stations give assurance on ads

Private radio and television stations have assured the Information Ministry that they will not broadcast advertisements or commercials that may contain obscene or vulgar elements.

Roaming gazelles a bane to herdsmen

THIS is the story of 30,000 roaming Mongolian gazelles that have forgotten their homes.

10-course meals on wheels

GIM TIM Restaurant which has been in the catering business for 13 years, has 10 trucks, ranging from 5.5m to 7.3m long. And the fully equipped mobile kitchens are each capable of whipping up a 10-course Hokkien feast for more than 1,000 diners at one go.

Beijing sees big rise in auto sales

AUTOMAKERS in the Chinese capital registered 10.5bil yuan (RM4.78bil) in automobile sales last year, a dramatic increase of 50% over 2001.

Garden to cover sunken urban waste station

SHANGHAI#8217;s first underground rubbish processing and transferring station #8211; with an above ground garden #8211; will be completed in June on the bank of Suzhou Creek, local authorities said.

Ling: Don't point fingers, work to find solution

Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) and the Drainage and Irrigation Department (DID) should not point fingers at each other over Monday#8217;s derailment of the I>Ekspres Timuran /I>in Kampung Ladang Gemas in Gemas, Transport Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ling Liong Sik said.

ICRC hires 10 drivers for West Asian duty

The International Committee of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement (ICRC) has recruited 10 Malaysian truck drivers for work in West Asia, in the event of a war in Iraq.

Chief: Troops did not reject evacuation pleas

First Division army commander Lt-Jen Datuk Pahlawan Mohd Azumi Mohamed has denied allegations that soldiers deployed to help villagers affected in last week#8217;s floods in Kuching and Samarahan Divisions refused to help some of them.

Stringent security checks at all entry and exit points

All individuals entering and leaving the venue of the 13th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit must go through proper exits as no one will be left out of the security scanning process at the Putra World Trade Centre.