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PETALING JAYA: Job seekers in Malaysia said better salary or benefit packages are the main reason why they wish to switch jobs in 2017.
ALGIERS (Reuters) - Weeks after Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika abruptly called off a visit by Angela Merkel, renewed health rumours are fuelling speculation over the future of an octogenarian leader in power for nearly two decades.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Education Ministry is collaborating with Putera MIC to host a carnival for post-SPM and STPM students on their options this weekend.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and maverick nationalist politician Pauline Hanson faced questions about their leadership on Monday after their parties suffered a resounding defeat in a state election at the weekend.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea is looking into share trading of 13 companies which are believed to be linked to possible presidential candidates ahead of an election in two months, the country's financial watchdog said on Monday.
KOTA SAMARAHAN: Lack of funds should not be an excuse for not implementing urgent rural projects as each Sarawak Barisan Nasional assemblyman is allocated RM5mil annually.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) needs to end corruption and party divisions, and deliver on promises to tackle poverty if it is to halt a decline in voter support, a party policy document said on Sunday.
PARIS (Reuters) - Francois Fillon's party has apologised for tweeting a caricature of Emmanuel Macron, his main rival in the race to be France's next president, that Fillon himself admitted was anti-Semitic, adding to a row of controversies around his campaign.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A prominent U.S. prosecutor said the Trump administration fired him on Saturday after he refused to step down, adding a discordant note to what is normally a routine changing of top attorneys when a new president takes office.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Sensing his party's drive for votes in India's most politically prized state had stalled, Prime Minister Narendra Modi cleared his schedule and thrust himself into the heart of the battle.