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BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romanian President Klaus Iohannis is widely expected to win a first round of presidential elections on Sunday, with pledges to rekindle anti-graft efforts in one of Europe's most corrupt nations.
MUMBAI, India (Reuters) - India has increased security a week before the Supreme Court rules on a disputed religious site that has been fiercely contested by majority Hindus and Muslims for decades, police and home ministry officials said on Friday.
Allegations that two former Twitter employees spied on users for the Saudi government have spotlighted the threat posed by insiders who exploit their access to the mountains of sensitive data held by tech companies.
PETALING JAYA: Emirates has announced the appointment of Mohammad Al Attar (pic) as the airline’s new country manager for Malaysia, effective Nov 1.
TUMPAT (Bernama): The police did not rule out the possibility that the suspects involved in the violent attacks in Yala, southern Thailand, which killed 15 people on Wednesday (Nov 6), have escaped to Malaysia.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanese President Michel Aoun and caretaker Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri held talks on Thursday on responding to three weeks of nationwide anti-government protests that have thrown the country into its worst crisis in decades.
MILAN (Reuters) - Playing against Atalanta is like going to the dentist, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola told reporters after the English Premier League champions were held 1-1 by the Serie A upstarts.
People are increasingly turning to strangers on social network Reddit to diagnose their sexually transmitted diseases, according to a new study published in a US journal on Nov 5 that called the phenomenon "crowd-diagnosis".
WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Two former employees of Twitter and a third man from Saudi Arabia face U.S. charges of spying for the kingdom by digging up private user data and giving it to Saudi officials in exchange for payment, a complaint from the Department of Justice shows.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia is drawing up legislation that would bar people serving doping suspensions from working as sports officials or in sports schools, Sports Minister Pavel Kolobkov said on Wednesday, as the country boosts efforts to put its doping scandals behind it.