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Nigerian oil union threatens to shut down crude output

PORT HARCOURT/LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigerian oil workers threatened on Wednesday to shut down output in Africa's top crude producer, deepening a national strike over a more than doubling of petrol prices.

Anger grows as Nigeria fuel strike enters 3rd day

LAGOS (Reuters) - A bitter showdown between Nigeria's government and unions with popular backing enters its third day on Wednesday, with workers vowing to stay on strike unless a motor fuel subsidy is restored, and authorities threatening to withhold their pay.

Prosecutors to ask A-G to appeal Anwar's sodomy acquittal

PETALING JAYA: Solicitor-General II Datuk Mohd Yusof Zainal Abiden, the lead prosecutor in Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim's sodomy trial, says he will request to the Attorney-General to appeal the High Court's decision to acquit the Opposition leader.

SC appoints Nik Mohd, Foo executive directors

PETALING JAYA: The Securities Commission (SC) has appointed Nik Mohd Hasyudeen Yusoff and Foo Lee Mei to the management committee of the SC as executive directors effective Jan 1, 2012.

Issue circular withdrawing Interlok, HRP tells ministry

HUMAN Rights Party executive council member S. Thiagarajan has called on the Education Ministry to issue a circular withdrawing the controversial Interlok book, reported Malaysia Nanban.

Fuel showdown paralyses Nigeria for third day

LAGOS (Reuters) - A showdown between Nigeria's government and unions over a more than doubling of motor fuel prices paralysed the country for a third day on Wednesday, with neither side showing any sign of backing down.

Nigerian oil union threatens to shut down crude output

PORT HARCOURT/LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigerian oil workers threatened on Wednesday to shut down output in Africa's top crude producer, deepening a national strike over a more than doubling of petrol prices.

Nigerian oil union threatens to shut down crude output

PORT HARCOURT/LAGOS (Reuters) - Nigerian oil workers threatened on Wednesday to shut down output in Africa's top crude producer, deepening a national strike over a more than doubling of petrol prices.

Fuel showdown becomes Nigeria's longest national strike

LAGOS (Reuters) - A showdown between Nigeria's government and unions over a more than doubling of motor fuel prices paralysed the country for a third day on Wednesday, making it the longest national strike in Nigerian history.

A-G raises objection to Seksualiti Merdeka's ban review

KUALA LUMPUR: The Attorney-General's Chambers has raised a preliminary objection against Seksualiti Merdeka's judicial review application to quash the ban on its events.