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Dollar hits five-day high before U.S. GDP data

LONDON: The dollar rose on Friday to its highest level in five days as investors waited to see if U.S. economic growth figures do anything to interrupt its months of strength.

World

Japan's pachinko industry braces for anti-addiction regulation

(Reuters) - Like many Japanese pachinko parlours, Naomi Suzuki's shop on the outskirts of Fukushima City was once full of energy, with the din of bouncing steel balls and garish lights flashing to indicate winnings.

World

In Honduras, a father awaits news of the son U.S. officials took from him

LA UNION OLANCHO, Honduras (Reuters) - Ten days after being separated from his 11-year-old son Eduardo by U.S. immigration officials, Douglas Almendarez was put on a plane back to Honduras, he says, with a promise he would be reunited with his son there.

TECH

Trump accuses Twitter of stifling Republicans, offers no evidence

President Donald Trump accused Twitter Inc on Thursday of restricting the visibility of prominent US Republicans, without providing evidence, and the avid user of the social media platform promised to investigate.

Business

Asian shares struggle as trade fears keep investors cautious

TOKYO: Asian stocks struggled to gain traction on Friday, following a mixed end to Wall Street trade and as the worsening Sino-U.S. trade dispute kept investors in the region cautious, despite signs of rapprochement between the United States and Europe.

Business

Asian shares struggle as trade fears keep investors cautious

TOKYO: Asian stocks struggled to gain traction on Friday, following a mixed end to Wall Street trade and as the worsening Sino-U.S. trade dispute kept investors in the region cautious, despite signs of rapprochement between the United States and Europe.

Nation

‘UEC recognition is based on needs’

IPOH: The Unified Examination Certificate (UEC) is something practical and its recognition is long overdue, says Perak Education Com­mittee chairman Abdul Aziz Bari.

Business

Structural changes likely after offer of en masse resignations at Khazanah

PETALING JAYA: The en masse offer of resignations by Khazanah Nasional Bhd’s entire board of directors signals more sweeping changes in corporate Malaysia and is part of the larger picture of facilitating new changes by the Pakatan Harapan government, say fund managers.

Nation

Ministry: No blanket policy on prioritising local cooks

THERE will be no blanket policy on prioritising local cooks over foreigners even as a new strategy is worked out on the hiring of foreign workers, said the Human Resources Ministry.

Metro News

Seven out of 15 new faces in Selayang council are women

NEARLY half of the 15 new councillors sworn in at the Selayang Municipal Council (MPS) are women.