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Church arson case: Witnesses unable to identify suspects

KUALA LUMPUR: Three witnesses in the Metro Tabernacle arson case told the Sessions Court here Tuesday that they could not identify all the men who were at the scene because the place was dark.

World

BP shares rise on issue denial; spill spreads

HOUSTON (Reuters) - BP Plc said on Tuesday that it could cover the costs of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill without selling new shares, despite reports it was talking to government-owned funds in the Middle East about buying a stake to ward off takeover attempts.

World

BP eyes stake sale; oil in Lake Pontchartrain

LONDON/NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Shareholders in BP balked on Monday at reports the energy giant would seek a strategic investor to ward off takeover bids while the company's massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico spread.

World

BP eyes stake sale, spill spreads to Texas

LONDON/NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Shareholders in BP balked on Monday at reports the energy giant would seek a strategic investor to ward off takeover bids while the company's massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico spread.

World

Gulf beaches quiet as spill spreads; BP seeks investor

PENSACOLA BEACH, Fla., (Reuters) - U.S. Gulf coast beaches, normally packed on Independence Day, were quiet on Sunday as workers cleaned up tar balls from BP's leaking oil well while the company was reported to be taking steps to ward off potential takeover bids.

Business

Mideast buyers reported to be eyeing BP investment(update)

LONDON: Oil major BP Plc is seeking a strategic investor to secure its independence in the face of any takeover attempts as it struggles with a devastating oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico, newspapers said yesterday.

Business

BP oil spill costs rise above US$3 billion

LONDON: BP says that it has now spent more than US$3 billion in attempts to stop an oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico and to settle damage claims.

World

PKK bombs Iraq to Turkey pipeline in rare attack

KIRKUK, Iraq/DIYARBAKIR, Turkey (Reuters) - The flow of oil on Iraq's main pipeline to Turkey was halted for a third day on Sunday after a technical problem on the Iraqi side was compounded by a bomb attack by suspected PKK rebels in Turkey.

World

BP eyes stake sale as spill cost tops $3 bln

LONDON/KUWAIT (Reuters) - Shareholders in British oil company BP balked at reports it would seek urgent investment from a wealthy Middle East or Asian country as clean-up costs for its U.S. oil spill topped $3 billion.

World

BP eyes stake sale as spill cost tops $3 bln

LONDON/KUWAIT (Reuters) - Shareholders in British oil company BP balked at reports it would seek urgent investment from a wealthy Middle East or Asian country as clean-up costs for its U.S. oil spill topped $3 billion.