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Eight cases of mutated swine flu reported in China

Eight cases of mutated swine flu reported in China

Agence France-Presse, 26 November 2009 The mainland has discovered eight people with mutated versions of swine flu but drugs are still effective against the new strains, a senior health official told Xinhua news agency. Shu Yuelong, director of the national influenza centre, said the first mutated strain of the A(H1N1) virus... 

Anwar wins against NST but won’t get RM100m

Anwar wins against NST but won’t get RM100m

By Debra Chong from The Malaysian Insider Opposition Leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim won his defamation suit against the New Straits Times today. The High Court today ruled that the daily may have had “sinister” motives behind an article it published seven years ago which linked Anwar financially to powerful US lobbyist,... 

Malaysia’s next export: Maids?

Malaysia’s next export: Maids?

By Lee Wei Lian from The Malaysian Insider The nation’s mismanagement of talent could have serious repercussions not only on its ambitions to become a high income economy on par with that of developed nations but could also lead it to fall further behind even its counterparts in the region. Head of research at Corston-Smith... 



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