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(Reuters) - The U.S. Ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, will on Wednesday become the first witness with a direct line of communication to President Donald Trump to testify in public to the Democratic-led impeachment inquiry.
SYDNEY: Two of Australia’s richest people, Atlassian Corp. co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes and Fortescue Metals Group Chairman Andrew Forrest, are investing in an ambitious project to export solar power from a giant plant in Australia to Singapore via a 4,500 kilometer (2,800 miles) transmission cable.
LONDON (Reuters) - The world's major fossil fuel producers are set to bust global environmental goals with excessive coal, oil and gas extraction in the next decade, the United Nations and research groups said on Wednesday in the latest warning over climate crisis.
KUALA LUMPUR: Anyone can try to become prime minister, but one has to go through the usual channels rather than hold secret meetings, says Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
THERE is a Malay expression, drummed into all Malaysian children: “udang di sebalik batu”, which asks about whether there is a hidden agenda.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Some anti-government protesters trapped inside a Hong Kong university on Wednesday tried to flee through the sewers, where one student said she saw snakes, but fireman prevented further escape bids by blocking a metal manhole into the system.
As US political opposition hardens to TikTok, the globally popular video app from Beijing-based ByteDance Inc, some inside the company want to find ways to make the business appear to be less Chinese.
HONG KONG (Reuters): For three days last week, anti-government protesters camped out at hong kong's sprawling Polytechnic University prepared for what they feared might be a bloody, even deadly, battle with police.
HAWASSA, Ethiopia (Reuters) - Ethiopia's Sidama people vote on self-determination in a referendum on Wednesday closely watched by other restive ethnic groups also seeking more autonomy since reforms by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed shook up the national power balance.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Electricity firms cut off power to thousands of people, more than 100 schools were closed and residents in high risk regions sought shelter on Wednesday as Australia's devastating bushfires opened up a new front.