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Greece agrees to new reception refugee capacity - EU's Juncker

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Greece committed on Sunday to opening enough reception centres to house 30,000 refugees by the end of the year, with the United Nations to provide another 20,000 places, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said.

EU, Balkan leaders agree migration plan

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union and Balkan leaders meeting in Brussels agreed a 17-point plan to cooperate on managing flows of migrants through the Balkan peninsula, the European Commission said early on Monday.

Tanzania opposition says police raid tallying centre after election

DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Tanzania's biggest opposition party Chadema said police have raided its tallying centre and arrested party members after presidential and parliamentary polls closed on Sunday, a rare incident in a mostly peaceful day of voting.

Polls close in peaceful Ivory Coast post-war presidential vote

ABIDJAN (Reuters) - Poll workers in Ivory Coast began counting ballots on Sunday after a day of peaceful voting in a presidential election seen as crucial to turning the page on a decade-long political crisis and a civil war in 2011.

A tough but rewarding journey

There’s always the risk of failure when you start a business, so you must be resourceful, adaptable and tenacious. JOY LEE reports on the USCI University student entrepreneur conference.

Breaking up is hard to do

To leave a company you have nurtured for 20 years and build a new one is hard to do. But sometimes, you just have to take the chance. LIM WING HOOI talks to an entrepreneur who did just that and emerged stronger for it.

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From CITY DWELLER, Petaling Jaya

SPM exams start on Nov 2

PETALING JAYA: The Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) examinations will begin on Nov 2 and end on Dec 8.

School on hazy days

From LIONG KAM CHONG, Seremban

‘Malaysia must rebrand itself’

PETALING JAYA: Tan Sri Rafidah Aziz believes that Malaysia should make every effort to rebrand itself to meet the demands of an increasingly competitive and challenging global environment.