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Archive for July 3rd, 2012

July 3, 2012
airbus

MOBILE (Alabama): Flanked by US Gulf Coast politicians, top executives from Airbus unveiled plans to build their first US... More ››

July 3, 2012
bersih montage

The government, a creature of the people, has forgotten that the citizens are also under the protection of the... More ››

July 3, 2012
ryan

WEMBLEY:  Manchester United’s Welsh winger Ryan Giggs was included on Monday as one of three over-age players in the... More ››

July 3, 2012

FMT LETTER: From Upreshpal Singh, via e-mail We are curious to find that Bukit Merah Laketown Resort seem to... More ››

July 3, 2012
FEATURE
ludmila

MOSCOW: It took Lyudmila Alexeyeva just over four years to come to the conclusion that Vladimir Putin wants Russia... More ››

July 3, 2012
grant

SYDNEY:  Australia has banned its athletes at the London Games from taking strong sedatives after former Olympic champion swimmer... More ››

July 3, 2012
emy

HONOLULU: Seeking to chronicle Amelia Earhart’s fate 75 years after she disappeared over the Pacific, researchers prepared yesterday to... More ››

| July 3, 2012
FEATURE
nibs

The charms of the downsized dessert. More ››

July 3, 2012
ten a clijsters

LONDON: When Kim Clijsters first came to Wimbledon as a junior she described the All England Club as “like... More ››

July 3, 2012
torresboot

KIEV:  Fernando Torres hailed a “magical evening” in Kiev after Spain thumped Italy 4-0 in the final of Euro... More ››

July 3, 2012
sharapova

LONDON:  Maria Sharapova has had better days, Roger Federer more mobile ones and local sun-hat sellers more profitable ones... More ››

| July 3, 2012
musa aman1

Sabah Chief Minister Musa has claimed that a large part of his multi-million fortune held in foreign accounts is... More ››

July 3, 2012
COMMENT
Utusan

Given Utusan Malaysia’s track record in the past few years of spinning lies, its Awang Selamats do seem to... More ››

| July 3, 2012
James Masing

The Dayak community is not "lacking leadership" and neither is it "fragmented" as claimed by Senior BN Minister James... More ››

July 3, 2012

HARARE: Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe flew to Singapore yesterday for what a senior aide called a routine medical check-up,... More ››

July 3, 2012
strik

BEIRUT: Syrian helicopters bombarded a Damascus suburb yesterday and Turkey scrambled warplanes near the border in the north, as... More ››

July 3, 2012
parti

BATAVIA (Illinois): Physicists at a US laboratory said yesterday they have come tantalisingly close to proving the existence of... More ››

July 3, 2012
phili

MANILA: The Philippines may ask the United States to deploy spy planes over the South China Sea to help... More ››

| July 3, 2012
COMMENT
ambiga12

In a rare show of solidarity, the community has come together in defence of the Bersih co-chairperson. More ››

July 3, 2012
ANALYSIS
buy

There are some signs that India is making the right noises as the economy turns a corner More ››

July 3, 2012
chief

BERLIN: The head of Germany’s domestic intelligence agency has stepped down over blunders made in a probe of 10... More ››

July 3, 2012
pak

PESHAWAR (Pakistan): Pakistani officials accused up to 60 Afghan soldiers yesterday of crossing into Pakistani territory and sparking clashes... More ››

| July 3, 2012
COMMENT
Najib Obama

It is no secret that the LGBT communities have become the 'hunted' ones in Malaysia, with the police and... More ››

July 3, 2012
aid

NAIROBI: Four foreign aid workers kidnapped in Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camp were released overnight in southern Somalia after a... More ››

July 3, 2012
FEATURE
jordon

AMMAN: Jordan is trying to woo the powerful Muslim Brotherhood after it gained more ground following the election of... More ››

July 3, 2012
lanka

COLOMBO: The United States and European Union have raised concerns over media freedom in Sri Lanka after police shut... More ››

July 3, 2012
FEATURE
ghandi

NEW DELHI: What is the correct parameter to gauge greatness? This interesting question becomes more so when you apply... More ››

July 3, 2012
FEATURE
creaky

MEXICO CITY: Mexico’s creaky domestic economy, riddled with monopolies and inefficiencies, makes the next government’s goal of boosting growth... More ››

July 3, 2012
FEATURE
rugged

LAGOS: Bomb blasts, gun attacks, airline crashes, kidnappings, industrial-scale oil theft, armed robberies and fraud costing billions of dollars.... More ››

July 3, 2012
sheen

Pope Benedict put the late Archbishop Fulton J Sheen, seen as the world’s first televangelist because of his popular... More ››

| July 3, 2012
kebudayaan Sarawak

Resipi penerimaan dan kewujudan bersama tanpa mengira etnik dan agama ternyata berjaya memacu pembangunan ekonomi dan politik di Sarawak. More ››

July 3, 2012
FEATURE
Lanner3(1)

Falcons with a mission to save kids at risk More ››

July 3, 2012
Anderson Cooper arrives at the 39th Daytime Emmy Awards in Beverly Hills

"Always been, always will be." More ››

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