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Britain must debate rising population - report

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's rising population poses a long-term threat to living standards and politicians need to begin examining how the country will cope, according to a report by think tank Forum for the Future.

Prince vs prince: Law suit over luxury car withdrawn

KUALA LUMPUR: Kelantan prince Tengku Muhammad Fakhry Petra has withdrawn his lawsuit against his brother Tengku Muhammad Faris Petra over the ownership of a Bentley Brooklands car worth S$706,880 (RM1.6mil) as it was the wish of the Kelantan Ruler.

Summit members condemn Israel over Gaza raid

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Leaders from the Middle East and Asia condemned Israel's raid on a Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza at a summit on Tuesday, calling on the Jewish state to end its

OAS calls for talks on Falkland sovereignty

LIMA (Reuters) - The Organization of American States called on Tuesday for Britain and Argentina to re-open talks on the sovereignty of the disputed Falkland Islands, where a British company has made a major oil find.

Council to formulate green policies soon

The state government will be establishing the Selangor Green Council - a forum consisting of entrepreneurs, scientists and educators to help the state formulate green policies and initiatives, said state executive councillor Elizabeth Wong.

U.S., EU blast Iran's rights abuses at U.N. forum

GENEVA (Reuters) - The United States and European Union denounced Iran on Tuesday at the top U.N. human rights body for its bloody crackdowns on peaceful protests and other violations since disputed presidential elections a year ago.

Iran warns Russia over sanctions at Istanbul summit

* Iran warns Russia against siding with its enemies

Ahmadinejad says nuclear swap deal one-time offer

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Iran's nuclear fuel swap deal with Turkey and Brazil was an opportunity that would not be repeated, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Tuesday, with a U.N. vote looming to impose tougher sanctions on Tehran.

SPECIAL REPORT - The incredible saga of Europe's A400M

BERLIN (Reuters) - The first shot to be fired at Europe's 21st century army plane came not from the barrel of a gun but a safety inspector's clipboard. In 2008, weeks after the first A400M troop transporter rolled off a gleaming new assembly plant in Seville, a group of inspectors travelled to southern Germany to scrutinise an important component for the plane's huge turbo-prop engines.