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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Utilizing a complicated in-person caucus system, the first contest in the Democratic presidential primary will take place in Iowa on Monday.
SAN DIEGO/BEIJING: China and the United States should enhance strategic coordination on their world views, and build a bilateral relationship based on coordination, cooperation and stability, Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai (pic) said on Sunday (Feb 2).
CANBERRA: Australian senator Bridget McKenzie resigned on Sunday (Feb 2) as minister for agriculture and deputy leader of The Nationals in the wake of sports grant scandal. Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the decision at a press conference on Sunday afternoon.
PETALING JAYA: The Social Security Organisation (Socso) has tightened its guidelines for subsidised dialysis treatment.
PARIS/LONDON/WASHINGTON (Reuters): Airbus bribed public officials and hid the payments as part of a pattern of worldwide corruption, prosecutors said on Friday (Jan 31) as the European planemaker agreed a record US$4bil settlement with France, Britain and the United States.
MANILA (AP): A Philippine religious group on Thursday (Jan 30) denied allegations by American law enforcement agents that it was involved in a scheme to trick followers into becoming fundraisers and arrange sham marriages to keep them in the United States.
SINGAPORE: In a few years, as many as half of undergraduates admitted to three universities here may be selected on their aptitude and interest in the courses they apply to, as institutions move away from largely grade-based admissions schemes.
LILONGWE (Reuters) - For Ethiopian aeronautical engineer Lydia Elias, building and piloting a drone to support humanitarian and development projects on the continent of her birth has been a lifelong dream.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's ruling 5-Star Movement faces the prospect of desertions and ruinous splits which may be impossible to stem at a spring congress, party officials are warning.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): In a few years, as many as half of undergraduates admitted to three universities here may be selected on their aptitude and interest in the courses they apply to, as institutions move away from largely grade-based admissions schemes.