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EU lawmaker calls for clean coal incentives

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union must craft new financial incentives to

EU lawmaker calls for clean coal incentives

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union must craft new financial incentives to

Raikkonen leads Ferrari to one-two win in Spanish GP

Defending drivers world champion Kimi Raikkonen extended his lead in this year's title race to nine points yesterday when he drove to a comfortable victory in an incident-filled Spanish Grand Prix.

Navy’s Tunas Samudera sails home after 410-day round-the-world mission

The navy's boat I>KLD Tunas Samudera/Isailed home yesterday after completing a 410-day round-the-world voyage, covering a distance of 32,690 nautical miles.

Terengganu lad romps to new record in 200m

Terengganu's Mohd Ajmal Aiman Mat Hasan made up for his 200m hurdles loss by romping to a record-breaking run in the boys' Under-15 200m final in the National Schools Sports Council (MSSM) athletics championships at the MBPJ Stadium in Kelana Jaya yesterday.

Bolton bid to continue surge to safety

Bolton head into today' crucial clash against Tottenham at White Hart Lane looking to continue their perfectly-timed surge out of the Premier League relegation zone.

EU stuck on Russia talks mandate, cites progress

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union countries failed on Thursday to agree on a mandate for partnership talks with Russia but diplomats voiced optimism that objections by ex-Soviet Lithuania could soon be set aside.

Holocaust diary tells story of 'Polish Anne Frank'

NEW YORK (Reuters Life!) - Shortly after describing how a German soldier brutally murdered a baby after snatching the infant from its mother's arms, Rutka Laskier wrote affectionately about a boy who seemed to be always on her mind.

U.S. adds new laser-capable JDAM bombs to its quiver

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Boeing Co says it is making

Iraq's Maliki says factions agree to rejoin govt

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Parties that walked out of Iraq's government last year have agreed to rejoin, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki said on Thursday, in what could amount to a long-awaited political breakthrough.