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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Hurricane Matthew, churning off the Florida coast, could present two major tests for the U.S. insurance industry - one for an unusual wind coverage market formed in recent years in Florida, and another for the troubled U.S. flood insurance programme.
MISRATA, Libya (Reuters) - Next to the rusting shell cases outside Misrata's museum of Libya's 2011 uprising is a new addition: a scaffold used by Islamic State in Sirte to display bodies of executed prisoners, mounted on a would-be suicide bomber's captured truck.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - A protest against prohibitive fees threatens to derail South Africa's university calendar but impoverished students like Mmakatleho Sefatsa, who already face expulsion over unpaid bills, say they have nothing to lose.
NABATIEH, Lebanon (Reuters) - Twelve-year-old Abdulrahman has not set foot in a classroom for nearly three years. Instead of going to school, he works at the grocer's downstairs from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m., packing fruit and vegetables to support his family.
BASHIQA, Iraq (Reuters) - Abu Mahmoud, part of a 2,500-man predominantly Sunni Arab force pulled together to launch an offensive against Islamic State in the Iraqi city of Mosul, has heard from relatives the group has been threatening to behead anyone who speaks of "liberation".
KOTA KINABALU: The state government had nothing to do with the RM3.3bil federal allocations as it was directly channelled to the state water department from the Federal-level Rural and Regional Development Ministry.
KABUL (Reuters) - A U.S. government watchdog is pressing the Pentagon to explain reports of tens of thousands of "ghost" soldiers and police on the payrolls of the Afghan security forces, which are heavily funded by international donors.
Judge dismisses programmer’s claim that website simply allowed men to hook up with women for a chat
KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim’s lawsuit against Sistem Televisyen Malaysia Bhd (TV3) and two others for allegedly implying that he had bribed the judiciary is set to go for a full trial in June next year.Anwar’s lead counsel Sangeet Kaur Deo said High Court judge Justice John Louis O’Hara fixed four days from June 13 to hear the case.