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27 illegal immigrants rescued from captors

GEORGE TOWN: Twenty-seven illegal Bangladeshi immigrants have been freed from their captors in a police operation in Butterworth.

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Japan court orders shutdown of two nuclear reactors over safety fears

TOKYO: A Japanese court Wednesday ordered the shutdown of two nuclear reactors previously declared safe under post-Fukushima safety rules, a decision that comes just days before the fifth anniversary of the atomic disaster.

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A strong start for Aaliyah in Moomba Junior waterski event

PETALING JAYA: Water skier Aaliyah Yoong Hanifah put up an admirable performance to finish third in the first round of the tricks event at the Junior Moomba (Under-17) in Melbourne.


Pain lingers five years on as tsunami-hit Japan town rises from ruins

RIKUZENTAKATA, Japan (Reuters) - Time has done little to help Japanese volunteer fireman Eiki Kumagai with memories of March 11, 2011, when he clung to some steps as a huge black tsunami surged through his town, washing away people he knew as they cried for help.


U.N. torture envoy concerned at waterboarding rhetoric in U.S. race

GENEVA (Reuters) - The U.N. torture investigator voiced concern on Wednesday at calls by some Republican candidates in the U.S. presidential race to authorise water-boarding in interrogating detainees, noting that it was illegal under domestic and international law.


Water and music zones highlight of 5km route around Sepang circuit

WHETHER you are young or old, there is nothing like playing in the rain on a good day.


Shocking discovery for owners

FOURTEEN businesses which had been running without permits for years on Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) reserve land in PJU 1 got a shock when enforcement team from the local government and Land Office came to demolish their structures.


New design of monsoon drain being tested in PJ

A new method to prevent flash floods in Section 12 is now being tested out at the monsoon drain between the back lanes of Jalan 12/12 and Jalan 12/14.


Businesses can now track real-time conditions and minimise downtime

SCHNEIDER Electric Malaysia has launched its free Electrical Monitoring software to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) utilise efficient energy usage.


Cross-border health issues discussed in meeting

MATTERS of joint interest were discussed during the Perak-Yala Sub-Committee Meeting that was held from March 1 to 3 in Taiping.