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VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria's pro-Europe political establishment may struggle to form a new coalition after slumping to a wafer-thin majority in elections, leaving the far right breathing down its neck over unaddressed threats to the nation's prosperity.
ELDORET, Kenya (Reuters) - The approaching trials of Kenya's president and his deputy in The Hague are worrying the upland communities that were rent apart by a post-election bloodbath more than five years ago, violence the two men are accused of orchestrating.
AMSTERDAM/NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya's parliament voted on Thursday to quit the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court, but the Hague-based tribunal said it would press ahead anyway with the trials of the country's president and his deputy.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Support for a new anti-euro party has risen to a record high of 4 percent weeks before Germany holds an election, raising the possibility it could win seats in parliament and hurt Angela Merkel's chances of forming another centre-right coalition.
WARSAW (Reuters) - A Polish lawmaker quit the ruling Civic Platform party on Tuesday, leaving Prime Minister Donald Tusk's coalition with just a three-seat majority in parliament as it struggles to revive a faltering economy.
KUCHING: Comtec Solar International (M) Sdn Bhd’s plant here is expected to start operating early next year.
PHOENIX (Reuters) - A gas leak at Intel Corp's second-biggest manufacturing plant, located in Chandler, Arizona, sickened up to 43 people, including 11 who were taken to a local hospital, company and local fire officials said on Saturday.
KUCHING: China-based Comtec Solar will build a RM1.2bil solar wafer manufacturing plant at Samajaya Free Industrial Zone near here, which will be one of the world's largest such facilities.