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Church in northern Iraq reopened after two years under IS control

BASHIQA, Iraq (Reuters) - The bells have rung out after two years of silence in the Mar Korkeis church in the town of Bashiqa, some 15 km (10 miles) north of Mosul, Islamic State's last major city stronghold in Iraq.


Suspect in Australian bank fire identified as asylum seeker

SYDNEY (Reuters) - A man suspected of starting a fire in an Australian bank on Friday that injured 27 people has been identified as an asylum seeker, angering far-right groups and adding to an increasingly heated national debate over immigration.


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THE Malaysian Employers Federation wants more women in the workforce.


Amid killing spree, Filipino actors spotlight vigilantes of Duterte's drug war

MANILA (Reuters) - An unidentified gunman shoots dead a Filipino man. A reporter looks anxious as he arrives at the scene and watches a policeman inspect the body.


U.S. officials arrive in Australia to begin assessing asylum seekers

SYDNEY (Reuters) - U.S. officials have arrived in Australia to begin assessing asylum seekers held on Papua New Guinea’s Manus Island and Nauru for resettlement in the United States, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Saturday.


Tensions boil over in overcrowded Greek migrant camp

ATHENS (Reuters) - Tensions were high on the Greek island of Chios on Friday after unknown individuals hurled rocks and petrol bombs at a makeshift camp for refugees and migrants, setting facilities on fire, police sources and aid organisations said.


Farmers seek compensation for losses due to elephant intrusions

THE Perak government has been asked to compensate farmers in the Hulu Perak district, who suffered heavy losses due to wild elephants trampling on their crops recently.


Adopt flexi work hours for women, says Chew

KUALA LUMPUR: Flexible working hours is one way of encouraging more women to join the workforce, allowing them to care for their families at the same time.


Upgraded card gives students discounts at 10,000 mamak shops

PUTRAJAYA: Students will be able to enjoy discounts when they dine at any of the 10,000 mamak eateries in the country with the upgraded 1Malaysia Student Discount Card (KADS1M).


KTC sees good year ahead

CONSUMER packaged goods distributor Kim Teck Cheong Consolidated Bhd (KTC) is looking to a stronger year ahead, having been awarded several distribution rights and being on track to grow its network.