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It’s an anniversary without celebration: five years after the implosion of banking giant Lehman Brothers sparked the worst crisis in generations, the US can say it avoided catastrophe.
KUANTAN: National Under-23 coach Ong Kim Swee admitted having a selection headache ahead of the Merdeka Tournament final against Myanmar at the Darul Makmur Stadium on Saturday.
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will warn President Barack Obama at a meeting on Monday that Iran's diplomatic "sweet talk" cannot be trusted and will urge him to pressure Tehran to prevent it being able to make a nuclear bomb.
PUTRAJAYA: Consulting the Bar Council is merely a "courtesy" and is not needed in this round of elevation of judges to the Federal and Appeal courts, says Chief Justice Tun Arifin Zakaria.
DOHA (Reuters) - Officials from Nepal and Qatar sought on Monday to play down a news report that Nepali labourers face lethal conditions on the Gulf state's building sites, holding a joint news conference to say the migrant workers were "safe and fully respected".
A HOSPITAL staffer ‘collapsed’ from a ‘heart attack’ but a medical officer handled the situation well and ‘saved’ him by administering first aid.
DOHA (Reuters) - Officials from Nepal and Qatar sought on Monday to play down a news report that Nepali labourers face deadly conditions on the Gulf state's building sites, holding a joint news conference to say the migrant workers were "safe and fully respected."
VIENNA (Reuters) - Iran will cooperate with the U.N. nuclear agency to find ways to "overcome existing issues once and for all", Tehran's new envoy said on Thursday, hinting at a more flexible approach under relatively moderate President Hassan Rouhani.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Syrian Ghassan el-Shahada enjoyed tolerance and an affordable life when he first fled to Egypt as a refugee. But everything changed after the army took over in July.