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TAIPEI (Reuters) - The strategically located, self-declared African nation of Somaliland touted potential oil, gas and tourism resources for investment as it opened a de facto embassy in Taiwan on Wednesday, a relationship that has angered China and Somalia.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Talks between Turkish and Greek officials at NATO headquarters on how to avoid military escalation in the eastern Mediterranean have been postponed until later this week, Turkish Defence Ministry sources said on Tuesday.
KYIV (Reuters) - Belarusian authorities drove prominent opposition leader Maria Kolesnikova to the border with Ukraine on Tuesday, a day after she was snatched from the street in Minsk, but she tore up her passport so they could not force her to cross, two of her allies said.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A discovery of ancient artefacts on the seabed off Australia's west coast has opened up a new frontier for resource companies to watch out for in conserving indigenous heritage.
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Rene Max Auguste says demand for solar panels at his store in the Haitian capital, Port au Prince, has soared over the past two years. The reason? The state power utility's inability to guarantee electricity, he says.
Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ), once accursed as a ‘ghost town’ shunned by investors, is now thriving with industrial and commercial activities.
WHEN Datuk Ir Lawrence Low Ah Keong, 48, was appointed the new chairman of the Port Klang Free Zone (PKFZ) three months ago, port players who knew him brightened up.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy could become a clean energy hub for Europe by importing hydrogen produced in North Africa from solar power at 10-15% less than it costs to produce locally, a study by consultancy The European House-Ambrosetti and Italian gas group Snam said on Saturday.