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BEIJING: A video in which a foreign English teacher brags about picking up women in China has caused outrage, starting a debate about the worship of foreigners in the country.
SINGAPORE: A website has been set up for those who attended the Guns N' Roses concert on February 25 to claim refunds for unused wristband credits, concert organiser LAMC Productions said in a press statement on Tuesday.
REYKJAVIK: Iceland lifted its remaining capital curbs on Tuesday, ending more than eight years of controls on businesses and citizens put in place after its banks collapsed during the financial crisis.
LONDON: Oil prices slid to three-month lows on Tuesday after Opec reported a rise in global crude stocks and a surprise jump in production from its biggest member, Saudi Arabia, despite output curbs by the group.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland's NDB intelligence service ratcheted up scrutiny of asylum requests for signs of Islamist militancy last year as it sought to better identify refugees who pose a threat, a government report showed on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Pace bowler Mohammad Irfan was provisionally suspended on Tuesday as part of an anti-corruption investigation into the Pakistan Super League (PSL) Twenty20 tournament.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures rebounded from a near five-month low to gain in late trade on Tuesday, supported by expectations of stronger demand ahead of a cargo surveyor data release.
PARIS (Reuters) - Francois Fillon's troubled election campaign suffered yet another blow on Tuesday when magistrates put him under formal investigation on suspicion of embezzling state funds, a first for a presidential candidate in France.