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LONDON (Reuters) - Fearing Britain could drop out of the European Union without a deal by design or default, one British lawmaker has threatened to deny Prime Minister Boris Johnson his day of Brexit glory by delaying a vote on a last-minute divorce deal.
SINGAPORE: Malaysian palm oil futures closed higher on Friday, recovering from earlier losses, as gains in rival oils and a slightly weaker ringgit offset ongoing concerns over buying from India.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan said on Friday it will not join any U.S. coalition to protect merchant vessels in Middle Eastern waterways, but will instead send a separate force of ships and planes to guard ships supplying Japan from the key oil-producing region.
HONG KONG: In her annual policy address on Wednesday, Hong Kong’s embattled leader Carrie Lam vowed to help citizens get on the property ladder.
HONG KONG: In her annual policy address Wednesday, Hong Kong’s embattled leader Carrie Lam vowed to help citizens get on the property ladder.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria coach Krasimir Balakov has apologised to the England team after fans taunted their black players with Nazi salutes and monkey chants during a Euro 2020 qualifier in Sofia on Monday.
KUALA LUMPUR: A recent news report on India wanting to reduce palm oil imports from Malaysia has stirred up a lot of anxiety and tension among industry players, especially smallholders.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgarian soccer chief Borislav Mihaylov resigned on Tuesday after fans taunted England's black players with Nazi salutes and monkey chants during a Euro 2020 qualifier in Sofia, prompting match officials to halt the game twice.
HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnamese President and Communist Party chief Nguyen Phu Trong has called for restraint in the disputed South China Sea amid a tense months-long standoff between Chinese and Vietnamese ships, state media reported on Tuesday.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabian forces have taken over control of Yemen's southern port of Aden as part of efforts to end a power struggle between the Saudi-backed Yemeni government and southern separatists, four sources familiar with the matter said.