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32 Azeri workers die in fire on Caspian Sea oil platform - committee head

BAKU (Reuters) - At least one worker was killed and 30 others were missing on Saturday after an Azeri oil platform caught fire during high winds in the Caspian Sea on Friday, state energy company SOCAR said.


Iraqi president says Turkish deployment violates international law

BAGHDAD/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Iraq's Foreign Ministry summoned the Turkish ambassador on Saturday to demand that Turkey immediately withdraw hundreds of troops deployed in recent days to northern Iraq, near the Islamic State-controlled city of Mosul.


Don’t assume TPPA is bad for country, says Wee

KLANG: One must not jump to the conclusion that participating in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) is bad for the country.


Measures to help EPF members

EPF will be coming up with an online feature to help members better understand and manage their spending.

The Star Says

Doing what’s best for the kids

AMONG the Bills submitted recently to the Dewan Rakyat, the National Security Council Bill was perhaps the most widely and heatedly discussed because of concerns over how it may be wielded after it is passed into law.


Slovak PM Fico pledges security, welfare to secure third term in office

NITRA, Slovakia (Reuters) - Slovakia's leftist Prime Minister Robert Fico promised to protect voters from international terrorism and unveiled a billion euro welfare plan on Saturday as he launched campaign for a third term in office.


32 Azeri workers die in fire on Caspian Sea oil platform

BAKU: Thirty-two workers have been killed and 42 rescued from an offshore oil platform that caught fire in Azerbaijan-controlled waters in the Caspian Sea, the head of an independent committee said on Saturday.


Guatemalan football official arrested on cruise ship off Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. (Reuters) - Federal agents boarded a Disney cruise ship in Florida on Friday to arrest a Guatemalan judge who is one of dozens of football officials charged by U.S. prosecutors investigating corruption in the sport's world governing body FIFA.


Turkish soldiers training Iraqi troops near Mosul - sources

ISTANBUL/ANKARA (Reuters) - Several hundred Turkish soldiers have been deployed to provide training for Iraqi troops in an area near the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, which is under Islamic State control, a Turkish security source told Reuters on Friday.


Looking after their safety

LAFARGE (M) Bhd contributed RM30,000 recently to put up a safety railing along the walkway and galvanised fencing along the parents’ waiting area in SK Sinaran Budi in Rawang.