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Jakarta: Muslims are allowed to use the greetings of other religions in order to preserve unity between Indonesians, according to Syafrudin Syarif, the secretary-general of the East Java branch of Nahdlatul Ulama Muslim (PWNU).
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan’s opposition presidential candidate Han Kuo-yu called on Thursday for a return to a consensus with the mainland that there is only one China, but rejected Beijing’s formula for Hong Kong-style “one nation, two systems” unification.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia laid out new guidelines on Thursday to counter foreign powers exerting influence in its universities, amid mounting concerns over China's activities.
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NEW YORK: Traders and bankers hoping a better-than-expected third quarter would boost their year-end pay are likely to be disappointed.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran's Foreign Ministry said on Sunday that the whereabouts of former FBI agent Robert Levinson, missing since visiting Iran's Kish Island in 2007, remain unknown, and it denied a report that Tehran had opened a criminal case against him.
SEOUL (Reuters) - The United States is "very actively" trying to persuade North Korea to come back to negotiations, South Korea's national security adviser said on Sunday, as a year-end North Korean deadline for U.S. flexibility approaches.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Supreme Court ruled in favour of a Hindu group on Saturday in a centuries-old dispute with minority Muslims over a place of worship in northern India that has been a lightning rod for tension between the two communities.
PONTIAN: Umno president Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi is unfazed by a police report made by Pakatan Harapan Youth against him over his remarks on the recent acquittal of a woman on a reckless driving charge that caused the death of eight teenage cyclists in Johor Baru in 2017.
PARIS (Reuters) - Emmanuel Macron's blunt diagnosis that NATO is "brain dead" has upset other Europeans, but that's a risk the French president is prepared to take if it stops them turning a blind eye to an ever more dangerous world, officials in Paris say.