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Hanoi: Vietnam has arrested four senior oil executives on allegations of abuse of power, in the latest arrests to target the country’s corruption-plagued energy sector.
NEW YORK: Oil prices soared on Friday after oil producers agreed to modest crude output increases to compensate for losses in production at a time of rising global demand.
MUMBAI: Sowing of summer-sown crops such as soybean, cotton, corn and pulses has been delayed in India due to the slow progress of monsoon rains in central and western parts of the country, raising concerns over output, industry officials told Reuters
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures snapped snap a four-session decline on Friday evening, seeing its strongest gains in nearly three weeks, on a weaker production outlook and tracking overnight gains in U.S. soyoil.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Venezuelan security forces suspected of killing hundreds of demonstrators and alleged criminals enjoy immunity from prosecution, indicating that the rule of law is "virtually absent" in the country, the United Nations said on Friday.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Residents unable to flee Hodeidah face constant bombardment, lack of clean water and power cuts as an Arab coalition battles to capture Yemen's main port from Iran-aligned Houthis.
DILI (Reuters) - Former East Timor independence fighter Jose Maria de Vasconcelos was sworn in as prime minister on Friday and pledged to bring unity to the tiny Southeast Asian nation after months of political deadlock.