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THE government is considering setting up a single national network infrastructure company (netco) to own and run the nation’s 5G network, which will have multiple shareholders, sources say.
LONDON/BELGRADE (Reuters) - Since October, French President Emmanuel Macron has questioned the effectiveness of NATO, hit pause on EU enlargement and called for a new 'strategic relationship' with Russia.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi protesters stormed the Iranian consulate in the southern city of Najaf and set fire to the building on Wednesday bringing a new level of violence to demonstrations aimed at the downfall of a government backed by Tehran.
IN the aftermath of the Tanjung Piai by-election, one of the more hotly discussed options on the table is a Cabinet reshuffle.
PETALING JAYA: With the year-end school holidays approaching, retailers are pushing to significantly boost sales to end the year on a high note despite the cautious consumer sentiment.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Demonstrations have convulsed Beirut and other cities across Lebanon since mid-October, forcing the prime minister to resign and shaking confidence in an economy that was already in crisis.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Saad al-Hariri's third term as prime minister of Lebanon was mired in political rivalries that obstructed reforms needed to save the country from economic collapse.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of Iraqis protested in Baghdad's central Tahrir Square on Tuesday for a fifth day, angered by reports of security forces killing demonstrators in the city of Kerbala and the prime minister's refusal to call early elections.
SINGAPORE: The new 34-strong Cabinet unveiled by Indonesian President Joko Widodo has left some scratching their heads.
While the world twirls in its technological orbit, somewhere closer to home, an alien-like marine creature, the giant manta ray, cruises the ocean oblivious to the trappings of modern day.