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Text - PM May says EU seeking to affect result of British election

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday accused European politicians and officials of seeking to affect the outcome of next month's national election.

Iraqi camp families search for ways to make a living

KHAZER CAMP, Iraq (Reuters) - In northern Iraq's vast desert Khazer camp, residents are opening street stalls, taking on odd jobs and trying out entirely new professions, anything to scrape out a living.

Macron and Le Pen to square off in French pre-election TV debate

PARIS (Reuters) - Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron clashed over their vision of France's future, the euro and ways of fighting terrorism in an ill-tempered televised debate on Wednesday before Sunday's run-off vote for the presidency.

Apple weighs on equities, US$ up before Fed decision

NEW YORK: World stock markets fell on Wednesday as declines in iPhone sales brought about some concern about consumer strength, while the dollar edged higher before a U.S. central bank statement that may hint towards a rate hike next month.

UAE builds up Yemen regional army but country fragments

MUKALLA, Yemen(Reuters) - Since a Yemeni force trained and funded by the United Arab Emirates recaptured the southern port of Mukalla from al Qaeda fighters a year ago, the Gulf state's efforts to consolidate progress risks being compromised by traditional rivalries.

Malaysia Airlines to add new routes, hire more staff by year-end

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia Airlines will add 11 new routes and embark on a hiring spree by year-end amid a boost in demand from international customers, Chief Executive Peter Bellew said on Wednesday.

Le Pen says capital controls an option during Frexit talks if she wins election

PARIS (Reuters) - Far-right candidate Marine Le Pen said capital controls were an option if she won Sunday's presidential election and there was a run on banks as she negotiated France's exit from the European Union, but stressed they were unlikely to be needed.

NZ nixes merger of top 2 publishing groups citing concentration of media power

WELLINGTON: New Zealand's competition regulator blocked the planned merger of the nation's two largest publishing groups, saying the deal would have led to unprecedented local media influence and built the world's most concentrated newspaper market outside of China.

Fed set to leave interest rates unchanged but June hike likely

WASHINGTON: The US Federal Reserve is expected to hold interest rates steady at its meeting this week as it pauses to parse more economic data but may hint it is on track for an increase in June.

New scheme a boon for workers

From THOMAS FOO of Subang Jaya