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Russians stage rival protests over Putin

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Russians defied bitter cold in Moscow on Saturday to demand fair elections in a march against Vladimir Putin's 12-year rule, while supporters of the prime minister staged a rival rally drawing comparable numbers.

World

Insight - In PIP implant scandal, a ragged safety net exposed

LONDON (Reuters) - In June 2000, when American medical regulators posted a warning letter on the Internet about problems at a breast-implant maker in southern France, French authorities didn't pay much attention.

Business

Credit scoring beneficial helps banks compete with foreign counterparts, boost bottomline

KUALA LUMPUR: A comprehensive credit scoring system to evaluate customers risks will enable banks in Malaysia to compete with their foreign counterparts and boost their bottomlines amid the liberalisation in the local banking sector.

World

Italy's Monti suffers first defeat in parliament

ROME (Reuters) - Italy's technocrat government has suffered its first major defeat in parliament in a vote that revealed the strains and discontent in the political alliance sustaining Prime Minister Mario Monti as he combats a major economic crisis.

Nation

Will PKR accept Zaid back into its fold?

KUALA LUMPUR: Parti Kita, the novice that was founded by Datuk Zaid Ibrahim in a huff after a fallout with Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim over his support for acolyte Azmin Ali, is to be dissolved soon, ending a one-year old adventure that never really took off after a glittering launch last December.

World

Special Report - The great French breast implant scandal

MARSEILLE, France (Reuters) - In March 2010, a pair of health inspectors acting on a tip paid a three-day visit to a factory in this hilly town on the Mediterranean coast.

World

Anti-Putin protesters battle cold and divisions

MOSCOW (Reuters) - It took several minutes and a woolly hat to resolve the latest differences among the loose alliance of Russian opposition groups challenging Vladimir Putin's 12-year rule.

World

Special Report - The great French breast implant scandal

MARSEILLE, France (Reuters) - In March 2010, a pair of health inspectors acting on a tip paid a three-day visit to a factory in this hilly town on the Mediterranean coast.

World

Hubris may snare Senegal's wily "Hare" Wade

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Nation

CM: Hand out BR1M aid efficiently

KOTA KINABALU: Staff involved in the distribution of the RM500 Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M) have been told to ensure it is done in an orderly manner.