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Mexico seeks state governor on organised crime charges

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico has issued an arrest warrant for an outgoing state governor in the ruling party suspected of involvement in organised crime and money laundering, the attorney general said on Wednesday, amid fears he has gone missing.


Spain's white villages offer glimpse of vanished past

ARCOS DE LA FRONTERA, Spain (Reuters) - Dazzling clusters of cube-shaped houses perched on top of Andalusia's olive tree-studded mountains, the "Pueblos Blancos", or white villages, of southern Spain are named for the lime wash the buildings are painted with to keep the interiors cool.


No more cooking oil subsidies

Just after Deepavali, the price of cooking oil will go up for the first time in 10 years. Cooking will not just be costlier at home – expect to pay more when you eat out, too.

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Manila ready to work with Beijing in disputed South China Sea waters

Manila: The Philippines is set to enter into a deal with China to jointly explore energy sources in the disputed West Philippine Sea.


Hamzah warns suppliers and wholesalers against hoarding

TAPAH: Wholesalers and suppliers found hoarding cooking oil will have their business licences revoked, the Government has warned.

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Indonesia ratifies Paris deal

JAKARTA: Indonesia’s Parliament has ratified the Paris Agreement on climate change, cementing the country’s commitment to reduce toxic carbon emissions and fight global warming.


Lebanon's Hariri backs Aoun for presidency, ally says decision not final

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Former Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri intends to endorse Michel Aoun for the vacant presidency, senior political sources said, and the Hezbollah ally could be elected head of state later this month.


Venezuela delays state elections to 2017

CARACAS (Reuters) - Elections for Venezuela's state governorships will be held in 2017 rather than December as expected, the election board said on Tuesday, giving the unpopular socialist government more breathing space before going to the polls.


Indonesia ratifies Paris climate accord

Jakarta (AFP) - Indonesia, one of the world's biggest greenhouse gas emitters, Wednesday ratified a landmark climate rescue pact but environmentalists expressed scepticism about the government's plans to limit global warming.


ISIS traps Mosul civilians as human shields, Pentagon says

WASHINGTON: Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants are trapping Mosul’s civilians to use as human shields, the Pentagon said on Tuesday as President Barack Obama warned of “significant” potential displacement as the offensive for the Iraqi city progresses.