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Russia delivers high-speed internet to islands disputed by Japan

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia has established high-speed internet service on a chain of Pacific islands off its far eastern coast, state-run telecoms operator Rostelecom said on Tuesday, despite a decades-old dispute with Japan over the territory.

Qatar asks for accountability in Khashoggi murder, sees no end to Gulf row

ROME (Reuters) - Qatar's foreign minister said on Thursday that "whoever is responsible" for the murder of prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi should be held accountable.

F1 teams bid to resolve financial rift with FIA

SIVERSTONE, England (AP) - The Formula One Teams Association has made a late attempt to resolve its feud with the sport's governing body over rule changes before Friday's deadline to unconditionally enter next season's championship.

Don't dictate to me, Canada's Martin tells USA

RICHMOND, British Columbia (Reuters) - Prime Minister Paul Martin escalated a war of words with the United States on Wednesday, telling Washington not to dictate to him what topics he can raise in the run-up to Canada's Jan. 23 election.

Telekom is not letting up

CELCOM (M) Bhd is due soon to go before its shareholders to seek approval of its proposed acquisition of TM Cellular Sdn Bhd. Yet, the uncertainty caused by its differences with German minority shareholder Deutsche Telekom has undoubtedly cast a pall over the deal.

‘We will protect our interests’

BEIJING: China’s foreign ministry said that it hopes the United States does not underestimate its determination to protect its interests, even as Washington threatened to extend tariffs to virtually all Chinese imports.

Tribunal orders Panama canal construction group to pay back US$848m

PANAMA CITY: The Panama Canal Authority said on Wednesday that an arbitration tribunal has ordered the construction consortium behind the waterway's expansion to pay back nearly US$848mil to the canal authority.

Tribunal orders Panama canal construction group to pay back $848 million

PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - The Panama Canal Authority said on Wednesday that an arbitration tribunal has ordered the construction consortium behind the waterway's expansion to pay back nearly $848 million (672.43 million pounds) to the canal authority.

Saudi Arabia says it is beacon of 'light' against Iran despite Khashoggi crisis

MANAMA (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia and key ally Bahrain said on Saturday that Gulf states are playing a critical role in maintaining stability in the Middle East by combating Iran's "vision of darkness", as Riyadh faces its worst political crisis in decades.

Nigeria promises to avoid pay disputes at the World Cup

LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigeria's football federation (NFF) has signed an agreement with its players which it says will avoid the bonus and pay rows that have blighted the team's past World Cup campaigns.