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Malaysia committed to achieving Universal Health Coverage, says Dr Dzulkefly

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia plans to overcome the challenges of achieving universal health coverage (UHC), says Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad.

French court says doctors must resume life support for paralysed patient

STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) - A French appeals court on Monday ordered doctors to resume giving food and water to a French quadriplegic, lawyers said, some 12 hours after medics switched off the man's life support against his parents' will.

Global Forex Market

The US dollar continued to trend higher, posting a weekly gain of 0.55% to 97.9 amid the deepening US-China trade rift. China announced it will impose new tariffs on US$60bil of US imports, from June 1. But trade concerns eased slightly following President Donald Trump’s remark mid-week suggesting the door remained open on a potential US-China trade deal.

Portugal PM's party up in poll after teachers' pay gamble

LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's ruling Socialists extended their lead in the first opinion poll after a mini-crisis over proposed retroactive pay rises for teachers, in which the government had threatened to quit if the increases were enacted.

How to upgrade old speakers with Bluetooth to play music from a phone

Most families have an old hi-fi system at home. You may be tempted to invest in a new Bluetooth speaker that lets you play music straight from you phone without cables. Is there no way to upgrade your old system?

Treasury Pulse

THE dollar’s strength was broad-based, supported by safe-haven play after President Donald Trump tweeted about raising current tariffs from 10% to 25% on US$200bil worth of Chinese imports and accused the Chinese of backpedalling on trade talks. However, the US dollar erased its weekly gains after April core producer prices unexpectedly edged lower to 0.1% month-on-month (m-o-m) from 0.3% m-o-m in March (consensus: 0.2%).

Rumours of the death of physical videogames have been greatly exaggerated

“The record labels still make CDs and the movie studios still make DVDs, so yes, I’d say it’s too soon to abandon discs for consoles,” writes Michael Pachter, managing director at Wedbush Securities when asked about Microsoft’s plans to drop a physical disc drive from their latest Xbox One model.

Portuguese teachers' pay row defused by opposition parties

LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal's main conservative opposition parties would approve retroactive pay rises for teachers only if public finances can sustain them, they said on Sunday, reducing the chances of the Socialist government resigning over the issue.

Indian police raid houses in southern state a week after Sri Lanka bombings

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian police said on Sunday they raided the houses of three suspects in connection with a case concerning 15 people who left India to join the militant Islamic State group, a week after bombings in Sri Lanka that killed more than 250.

Bursa Malaysia net profit down 26% in Q1

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Bhd’s net profit fell 26.5% to RM46.85mil in the first quarter ended March 31, from RM63.78mil in the same period a year ago, mainly due to lower operating revenue.