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England enter dragon's den in potential Six Nations decider

LONDON(Reuters) - Everyone else in rugby enjoys an England defeat for a variety of historical reasons but the neutrals will be behind Wales in Cardiff on Saturday in the more prosaic hope of preserving some uncertainty in the outcome of the Six Nations championship.

Chin-Up Project: Refugees' dreams of the future

ETHNIC Chin refugee and filmmaker Colin Laltanpuia, 29, almost teared up as he listened to children from his community share their dreams for the future.

Laltanpuia spent two months filming over 60 Chin refugees in Malaysia for The Chin Up Project, asking them one question: "Where do you see yourself in 2020?" - Photo: ELROI YEE/R.AGE

Petronas stocks lead KLCI’s advance as sentiment improves

KUALA LUMPUR: Petronas-linked stocks led the FBM KLCI higher in early Wednesday trade as crude oil continued to stay firm while key Asian markets trended higher.

Asia stocks up slightly, eyes on US-China talks, Fed minutes

TOKYO: Asian stocks gained a tad on Wednesday after U.S-China trade talks resumed while investors awaited minutes from the U.S. Federal Reserve for clues on policymakers' thinking on interest rates and its balance sheet reduction policy.

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.2 percent in early trade. Japan's Nikkei gained 0.4 percent.

In rebuke to US, Germany considers letting Huawei in

Preliminary decision comes after probe found no evidence the Chinese tech giant could use its equipment to spy on communications

Foreigners shy away from Asian bond markets data from Malaysia and others show

Foreign flows into emerging Asian bonds turned negative for the first time in four months in January, data from Malaysia and others showed, suggesting that a shift away from a tightening bias for regional central banks is dimming the attraction of its debt.

South Korean bond markets led the region with an outflow of $3.36 billion, followed by Malaysia with $574 million.

Trump signs directive in move to create a U.S. Space Force

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Tuesday took a step toward creating a U.S. Space Force, a new branch of the military dedicated to handling threats in space.

Malaysians tired of by-elections

PETALING JAYA: With five by-elections held since May 9 last year and two more – Semenyih and Rantau – coming up soon, most Malaysians are politically fatigued.

Doing the rounds: Pakatan Harapan’ candidate for the Semenyih by-election Muhammad Aiman Zainali (third from left) and his wife Nurul Filzah Bakhtiar (second from left) meeting Kampung Sentosa resident Ishak Nawi, 66, during his campaign. — Bernama

Malaysia launches national wage index

PUTRAJAYA: The National Wage Index will be a guideline to measure changes in the salaries of workers in Malaysia, said Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran.

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From G25 MALAYSIA, Kuala Lumpur.