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Business 09 Mar 2018 | 12:00 AM

UK house prices stagnate in February

LONDON: UK home prices were unchanged in February and concern about the health of the market saw potential sellers hold off putting their properties up for sale.

Nation 09 Mar 2018 | 12:00 AM

Standing up for small farmers

The Government is prepared to do everything it takes to defend some 650,000 small farmers and ensure their livelihoods are safeguarded, says Datuk Seri Mah Siew Keong.

AseanPlus News 09 Mar 2018 | 12:00 AM

Thai fishing reforms netting some changes

BANGKOK: Thailand’s fishing and seafood industry has made some improvement in working conditions, including less physical violence, but problems such as unfair pay and deception in contracting persist, a survey conducted by the UN’s International Labour Organi­sation found.

World 08 Mar 2018 | 11:42 PM

Czech President Zeman swats critics at start of second term

PRAGUE (Reuters) - Czech President Milos Zeman was sworn in on Thursday and promised to keep the style that helped him win re-election in January, including taking swipes at the Czech public broadcaster and other media outlets.

World 08 Mar 2018 | 10:42 PM

Poland warns EU pressure over legal reforms could backfire

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Thursday defended Poland's controversial court overhaul and brought a warning to Brussels that the European Union's heavy criticism of the reforms could backfire.

Economy 08 Mar 2018 | 10:22 PM

Trump sets steel and aluminum tariffs; Mexico, Canada exempted

WASHINGTON/SANTIAGO: President Donald Trump pressed ahead with the imposition of 25 percent tariffs on steel imports and 10 percent for aluminum on Thursday but exempted Canada and Mexico, backtracking from earlier pledges of tariffs on all countries.

World 08 Mar 2018 | 10:02 PM

Serbia's Orthodox Church to change name to stress Kosovo link

BELGRADE (Reuters) - The Serbian Orthodox Church plans to change its name to stress its link with Kosovo, Serbia's ex-southern province that won independence in 2008, in a move seen as opposition to Belgrade's efforts to mend ties with Pristina.

World 08 Mar 2018 | 10:01 PM

Europe's new top cop says she's used to breaking glass ceilings

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgium's police chief Catherine De Bolle was named as Europol's new executive director on Thursday, another first for a woman who says she is getting used to taking on roles traditionally held by men.

World 08 Mar 2018 | 8:36 PM

Finland develops 'bounding' mine as military deterrence

HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland is developing a remotely-detonated mine designed to deter enemies with its "horror", the country's defence minister said on Thursday, referring to a device that springs into the air and fires projectiles at its target when triggered.

World 08 Mar 2018 | 10:22 AM

No sudden moves - Canada sticks to measured tack in U.S. trade row

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada is sticking to its keep-calm strategy as U.S. President Donald Trump ramps up trade war rhetoric, convinced that no move is the best move for the country with the most to lose, but critics say it risks being a soft target if its strategy fails.