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Turkey vows to remove Gulen movement 'by its roots' after failed coup

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan declared a state of emergency on Wednesday as he widened a crackdown against thousands of members of the security forces, judiciary, civil service and academia after a failed military coup.

TECH

Tesla's data collection may help it deflect Autopilot liability

The large volume of data Tesla Motors Inc collects from its cars on the road has armed it with information to publicly counter, and possibly legally defend, claims about the safety of its Autopilot driving-assist software, according to lawyers familiar with such cases.

World

Moroccan parliament gives final approval to pension reform bill

RABAT (Reuters) - Morocco's parliament on Wednesday gave final approval to a pensions reform bill, members of the house said, despite labour unions saying the new law will damage workers rights and vowing to block it.

Business

Malaysian palm oil/Vegoils: Market factors to watch Thursday July 21

KUALA LUMPUR: The following factors are likely to influence Malaysian palm oil futures and other vegetable oil markets on Thursday July 21.

Community

FRIM reopens Canopy Walkway to public

THE Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) reopened its Canopy Walkway to visitors last week.

Community

Qlassic case of setting high standards

QUALITY of construction work and material used are among the main concerns among property buyers.

Reflecting On The Law

Fight terrorism at its roots

NO words can describe the barbarity of the terrorist attack on 84 innocent revellers in Nice, France, on Bastille Day last week. This was the third major terrorist strike in France since the start of 2015. And it came in the wake of similar perfidies in July in 16 countries, including Bangladesh, Iraq, Mali, Nigeria, Syria, Thailand, Venezuela and Turkey.

Business

European vegoil prices rise on Malaysia exports, US heat wave

LONDON: Prices on the European vegetable oils market were higher on Wednesday, boosted by a pick-up in exports of Malaysian palm oil products and gains in Chicago soybean oil driven by concerns that scorching weather in the U.S. Midwest could damage crops.

World

Patriotic upsurge drives Turkish flag sales after failed coup

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Military coups are rarely good for business but at least one small sector of Turkey's economy has seen a roaring trade since a failed army revolt on July 15 - the nation's flag sellers.

World

Pakistan to pass law against honour killings in weeks - PM's daughter

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's ruling party plans to pass long-delayed legislation against "honour killings" within weeks in the wake of the high-profile murder of an outspoken social media star, the daughter of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday.