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KUALA LUMPUR: The protracted dispute between the MMC Corporation-Gamuda joint venture and Wayss & Freytag (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, dating back to 2008 over the SMART Tunnel project has been settled.
MUNICH, Germany (Reuters) - The leader of Germany's Christian Social Union (CSU) acknowledged on Friday he was wrong to openly criticise conservative ally Chancellor Angela Merkel for her refusal to adopt limits on refugees.
NEW YORK: Data show that corporate management teams are reaching agreements on board seats with activists at the fastest pace since the financial crisis.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Improving pay and conditions for Australia's disgruntled women's team would require the country's top male players to give up a portion of their incomes, the country's FA boss David Gallop said on Monday.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia captain Lisa de Vanna has broken ranks from team mates who have resolved to boycott two matches against the United States women's football team in protest against pay and conditions.
MONTREUX, Switzerland (Reuters) - Iran rejected on Tuesday as "unacceptable" U.S. President Barack Obama's demand that it freeze sensitive nuclear activities for at least 10 years but said it would continue talks on a deal, Iran's semi-official Fars news agency reported.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy and his former agents will return to court on Wednesday after lawyers for the world number one golfer asked for an adjournment as the two sides made progress that could potentially avoid an eight-week hearing.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran has still not implemented all the nuclear transparency measures it had agreed to carry out by late August, the head of the U.N. atomic energy agency said on Monday, suggesting little headway in an inquiry into suspected bomb research.
KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani ruled out a coalition government with his rival Abdullah Abdullah on Saturday, quashing hopes for a power-sharing deal to defuse tensions that have threatened to split Afghanistan along ethnic lines.
KABUL (Reuters) - European observers urged Afghanistan to deepen its investigation into vote-rigging on Thursday as candidates held closed-door meetings to try to resolve a deadlock threatening to split the country along ethnic lines.