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U.S. briefs Seoul on N.Korean counterfeit suspicions

SEOUL (Reuters) - The U.S. Treasury Department briefed South Korean officials on Monday on its investigations into suspected illegal financial activities by North Korea that Washington says helped fund Pyongyang's nuclear arms programme.

Umno man claims trial to graft charges

Kubang Kerian Umno division head Mohd Fauzi Ismail has claimed trial to two counts of corruption.

U.S. briefs Seoul on N.Korean counterfeit suspicions

SEOUL (Reuters) - The U.S. Treasury Department briefed South Korean officials on Monday on its investigations into suspected illegal financial activities by North Korea that Washington says helped fund Pyongyang's nuclear arms programme.

U.S. briefs Seoul on N.Korean counterfeit suspicions

SEOUL (Reuters) - The U.S. Treasury Department briefed South Korean officials on Monday on its investigations into suspected illegal financial activities by North Korea that Washington says helped fund Pyongyang's nuclear arms programme.

Nigerian militants take tough line on hostages

ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigerian ethnic militants holding four foreign oil workers hostage said on Saturday the government must negotiate with two jailed Ijaw leaders, dismissing attempts by tribal elders to negotiate an end to the 10-day-old crisis.

China proposes nuclear talks in early Feb - report

TOKYO (Reuters) - China has proposed that stalled six-party talks on ending North Korea's nuclear programmes be resumed early next month, a proposal that the United States also favours, Kyodo news agency reported on Saturday.

Nigerian militants say to resume oil attacks soon

LAGOS (Reuters) - Oil unions threatened to withdraw from Nigeria's delta on Friday if security worsened as local militants hardened their rhetoric, vowing to resume attacks and execute three foreign hostages if another one died.

China proposes nuclear talks in early Feb - report

TOKYO (Reuters) - China has proposed that stalled six-party talks on ending North Korea's nuclear programmes be resumed early next month, a proposal that the United States also favours, Kyodo news agency reported on Saturday.

North Korean, U.S. envoys discuss stalled nuclear talks

BEIJING/SEOUL (Reuters) - U.S. and North Korean envoys to talks on ending Pyongyang's nuclear programmes met in Beijing, a Chinese official said on Thursday, raising regional hopes the stalled negotiations could resume.

EXCLUSIVE - Nigeria oil hostages will not be harmed-kidnappers

The militants said they would not accept ransom offers and insisted on demands that two ethnic Ijaw leaders be released for them to consider a temporary suspension of attacks on oil installations.