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CAIRO (Reuters) - Ivory Coast captain Serge Aurier fears his Africa Cup of Nations may be over after being forced to leave the field during Friday's 1-0 defeat to Morocco in Cairo.
MIAMI (Reuters) - In an effort to steady his presidential campaign, former Vice President Joe Biden engaged in some furious damage control on Friday, a day after rival candidate Kamala Harris hurt him in the most dramatic clash so far of the 2020 election campaign.
Comment by Lya Rahman THE recent freeze on the remuneration payout of FGV Holdings Bhd (FGV) directors by its three major and substantial shareholders especially Felda – while is understandable from the perspective of financial performance – also has that tinge of irony resembling “a father/mother disciplining his/her child in public”.
AFTER 36 years, 10 months and 22 days, members of the Tamilians’ Physical Cultural Association (TPCA) finally have a place they can call home again.
(Reuters) - Zimbabwe cricket fans, still stinging from their team's absence from the World Cup, are fearful for the future of their game with severe sanctions possible for "government interference" after the replacement of the national cricket board.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - More than 1,000 people, mostly students dressed in black, rallied outside government offices in Hong Kong on Friday as protests over a controversial extradition bill that has plunged the Chinese-ruled city into turmoil showed no signs of let-up.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - China provided as much as $138 billion (£109 billion) in government export financing support in 2018, dwarfing every other country and fuelling a new export lending arms race, the U.S. Export-Import Bank said in a report on Friday.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Koperasi Jayadiri Sdn Bhd (Kojadi) board will write to the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Agency over a RM15mil grant received by the cooperative from Yayasan 1MDB in 2012 to set up a micro-credit scheme for youths.
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