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PRAGUE (Reuters) - The European Commission has determined that the Czech Republic must return hundreds of millions of crowns in EU subsidies as Prime Minister Andrej Babis did not sufficiently separate himself from holdings that received the funds, Czech news websites reported.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's designated prime minister Habib Jemli expects to pull together a new coalition government next week after an election in October produced a fractured parliament.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Leaders of Germany's Social Democrats are leaning away from proposing the party quit Chancellor Angela Merkel's government as they work on a motion to put to delegates at a party congress, party sources said.
TOKYO: A Japanese woman whose campaign against mandatory high heels in the workplace won broad public support has stepped up her fight against strict corporate dress codes -- including a de-facto ban on women wearing glasses.
JAKARTA (ANN): President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo (pic) said on Tuesday (Dec 3) that the government is still focusing on infrastructure and human capital development before advancing research and development.
BETHLEHEM, West Bank (Reuters) - As the Christmas decorations go up in Manger Square, Bethlehem is preparing for its best Christmas for two decades, the town's mayor and hoteliers say.
HONG KONG (ANN): The city’s slumping economy - hit by the double whammy of domestic unrest and a trade war between the United States and China - has forced the Hong Kong government to announce a fourth round of relief measures is on the cards.
Hong Kong: Asian markets slipped on Tuesday (Dec 3) as global trade uncertainty returned to the fore after the United States reimposed tariffs on Argentina and Brazil, threatened steep levies against France and warned China of new measures if ongoing talks are not successful.
LONDON: President Donald Trump signaled he would be willing to wait for another year before striking a trade agreement with China, casting doubt on the likelihood of a phase-one accord within weeks between Washington and Beijing.
VALLETTA (Reuters) - The head of a European Parliament delegation, dispatched to Malta to review the rule of law on the island following a scandal over the murder of a journalist, said on Tuesday Prime Minister Joseph Muscat should step aside immediately.