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US launches auto import probe, China says will defend interests

WASHINGTON: The Trump administration has launched a national security investigation into car and truck imports that could lead to new U.S. tariffs similar to those imposed on imported steel and aluminum in March.

Dollar loses steam on Fed minutes, Trump tariff warning, euro pressured

TOKYO: The dollar lost momentum on Thursday after the double-whammy of dovish-looking minutes of the Federal Reserve's last policy meeting and the threat by U.S. President Donald Trump of imposing new tariffs on imported cars.

Hezbollah eyes bigger role in next Lebanon government

BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Iran-backed Hezbollah aims to move beyond its traditional backseat role by assuming more influence in Lebanon's next government to help it counter an escalating U.S. campaign against Tehran and its regional ascendancy.

Dr Dzul: Health Advisory Council will be set up

PUTRAJAYA: The Health Ministry will be setting up an independent Health Advisory Council within 100 days to advise the ministry on strengthening healthcare delivery, said Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.

15 pupils at hostel down with suspected food poisoning

ALOR STAR: Some 15 pupils staying at a hostel suffered suspected food poisoning after having their “sahur” eating 'nasi daging masak kicap' at the hostel canteen at about 5am on Thursday (May 24).

Singapore upgrades first-quarter GDP, 2018 outlook on resilient demand

SINGAPORE: Singapore's economy grew at a slightly faster pace in the first quarter that initially estimated, as factory activity remained robust, while an improvement in global demand prompted the government to upgrade its 2018 growth forecast.

Call of Bulgaria's wild beckons for orphan bears

SOFIA (Reuters) - Three brown bear cubs stare forlornly through the bars of a cage as they prepare for a journey though the borderlands of Bulgaria.

Uber’s first-quarter sales rise 70% as It preps for IPO

The company posted US$2.46 billion profit, but that includes a US$3 billion gain from asset sales

Inari-Amertron to grow LED, fibre and sensor businesses

KUALA LUMPUR: Inari-Amertron is targeting to grow its light emitting diode (LED), fibre and sensor product portfolio to offset the softness in radio frequency (RF) demand due to sluggish near-term smartphone outlook, says CIMB Equities Research.

Uncertainty over projects a worry for Sarawakians

Infrastructure development must go on despite change in government.