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LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - The FBI on Sunday started returning thousands of purses, phones and other property left behind by concertgoers in Las Vegas fleeing the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, as the Red Cross stepped up efforts to reach those traumatized by the Oct. 1 massacre.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey urged the United States on Monday to review its suspension of visa services after the arrest of a U.S. consulate employee sharply escalated tension between the two NATO allies and drove Turkey's currency and stocks lower.
WASHINGTON: The world’s major central banks are declaring last orders at the punchbowl.
LONDON: Personal care brand Dove has apologised for an advert that showed a black woman removing a top to reveal a white woman underneath, following accusations of racism.
NEW YORK: Sea Ltd, Southeast Asia’s most valuable startup that’s known for its Garena gaming and shopping platform, aims to raise as much as US$696mil in its US initial public offering.
SYDNEY: An Australian law firm formally filed a class action suit against Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) on behalf of shareholders on Monday, accusing it of failing to disclose widespread breaches of anti-money-laundering rules.
Tesla Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk on Oct 6 pushed back the unveiling of the company's big rig truck until mid-November, tweeting that the electric vehicle maker was diverting resources to fix production bottlenecks of its new Model 3 sedan and to help Puerto Rico.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The powerful U.S. gun lobby, the National Rifle Association, said on Sunday it would oppose an outright ban on bump-stock devices that the killer in the Las Vegas massacre of 58 people used to turn rifles into automatic weapons and strafe a crowd with bursts of sustained gunfire.
KUALA LUMPUR: Shares of integrated palm oil and healthcare-based Southern Acids (M) Bhd rose to a high of RM4.80, the highest since mid-August on rising optimism on its potential diversification into property.
SYDNEY: Australian shares and U.S. stock futures inched higher on Monday as the flow of economic news remained generally supportive for global growth, while political uncertainty caused some early ructions in currencies.