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Thousands arrive to collect food supplies in South Sudan's Nyal

NYAL, South Sudan (Reuters) - At the muddy airstrip in Nyal, an opposition-held town in war-ravaged South Sudan, thousands of people have come to collect the first food supplies to have been dropped there in three months.

Reuters report: Astro Awani and The Star among most trusted of Malaysian news organisations

PETALING JAYA: An annual study of news consumption trends across the world has found that Astro Awani and The Star are the two most trusted Malaysian sources of news.

Germans most afraid of terrorism, secure about finances - study

BERLIN (Reuters) - Fear of terrorism, political extremism and social tension due to mass migration are Germans' top concerns as they prepare to vote in a federal election, a survey showed on Thursday.

World’s biggest banks fined US$321bil since financial crisis

LONDON: Banks globally have paid US$321bil in fines since 2008 for an abundance of regulatory failings from money laundering to market manipulation and terrorist financing, according to data from Boston Consulting Group.

World's biggest banks fined US$321b since Financial Crisis

BANKS globally have paid US$321bil in fines since 2008 for an abundance of regulatory failings from money laundering to market manipulation and terrorist financing, according to data from Boston Consulting Group.

Say hello to the future cord-cutters of America

On weekdays in the Larsen household, Kirsten, 12, and Soren, 15, get up early and park themselves on the couch before school. But they do not turn on the TV. Instead, the youngsters each pull out their respective phones and fire up YouTube to get a dose of videos.

Latin America smartphones expected to hit 200 million by 2018: study

Latin Americans are jumping into the mobile market at an exploding rate, deploying a projected 200 million smartphones by 2018.

Gadgets in decline as R&D shifts to software and services

Research and development spending by the world's biggest companies is accelerating into software and services while investment in physical products is falling sharply, an annual study by consulting firm PwC has found.

S&P warns China banks may have to raise US$1.7 trillion

KUALA LUMPUR: Standard & Poor's Global Ratings has warned that the unabated growth of China's corporate debt could cost the country's banks dearly as the expansion is not sustainable for long.

Shamsun: Support growing for MACC

PUTRAJAYA: The public’s support for the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) is on the rise, providing a fresh impetus for the graft-busters to carry out their work diligently.