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LONDON: Some of Europe’s strictest ESG funds are snubbing the world’s most liquid investment – the US$16 trillion US treasuries market.
TUNIS (Reuters) - A retired law professor with an awkward public manner, little money, no political party and a commitment to an experimental form of direct democracy looks set to be Tunisia's new president.
PARIS/BERLIN (Reuters) - European states are trying to fast-track a plan to shift thousands of foreign Islamic State militants out of Syrian prison camps and into Iraq, after the outbreak of fresh conflict in Syria raised the risk of jihadists escaping or returning home.
PETALING JAYA: Almost half of prisoners facing the noose in Malaysia are foreign nationals, with Nigerians making up the majority.
AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) - The Texas man accused of deliberately targeting Mexicans in a shooting spree at an El Paso Walmart store that killed 22 people is due in court on Thursday for his arraignment.
(Reuters) - Syrian Kurdish forces, scrambling to push back a Turkish invasion, have reached a deal with Damascus for Syrian army troops to deploy near the Turkish border, throwing into question the future of their region.
SEREMBAN: A 41-year-old woman who had just returned from work was set upon by two men who fatally assaulted and then robbed her.
SEREMBAN: Two suspects who allegedly robbed and assaulted a 42-year-old woman who eventually died in Felda Sendayan near here last night have been arrested.
Jakarta: A French drug smuggler who briefly faced execution in Indonesia will be transferred to a high-security prison island, dubbed the nation’s “Alcatraz”, following a second escape bid, a corrections official said.
YAOUNDE (Reuters) - Maurice Kamto, the main rival of Cameroon President Paul Biya, walked free from prison on Saturday after insurrection charges against him were dropped in what the government said was a gesture of national reconciliation.