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TOKYO, Feb 4, 2015 (AFP) - Japan is considering making it compulsory for workers to take at least five days’ paid holiday a year, in a bid to lessen the toll on mental and physical health in a country famed for its long hours.
DOHA (Reuters) - Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste said on Monday it was a great relief to be freed from prison in Egypt, but that he felt "incredible angst" about leaving two colleagues behind in prison.
RIYADH (Reuters) - By rapidly appointing two heirs, Saudi Arabia's King Salman has pressed pause on "succession Sudoku", as one leading local journalist calls speculation over whose star is rising and whose waning in the large and secretive Al Saud ruling family.
KUALA LUMPUR: MCA expressed regret at the statement by former US Ambassador to Malaysia John Mallot for being impartial in openly declaring his support for Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia has postponed the transfer of five convicts, two Australian drug offenders among them, to another prison for execution, prompted by medical concerns and families' requests for more time with the prisoners, authorities said on Tuesday.
RIGA (Reuters) - Assuming a ceasefire between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian rebels in the east holds, the implementation of a special constitutional status for the region is likely to be very difficult, according to Latvia's foreign minister.
SYDNEY: An explosion at a shopping centre in Perth on Tuesday morning has left one man dead and up to 9 people injured, according to media reports.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - German officials described a Greek request to extend Athens' bailout programme on Thursday as a "Trojan Horse" that left "immense room for interpretation" and gave no clear commitment that Greece would meet the terms on its current loans.