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Russia demands U.S. end sanctions, pay compensation if plutonium accord to be resumed - draft law

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia wants the United States to cancel all sanctions and pay compensation for the damage they have caused if Moscow is to resume an agreement on the disposal of weapons-grade plutonium, according to a draft law submitted by President Vladimir Putin on Monday.

Business

M’sia to showcase green tech know-how at global expo

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia will drive the agenda of carbon reduction and climate change by utilising futuristic and green energy technology at an international specialised exhibition in Kazakhstan.

Community

No longer a shelter

JOHOR BARU: The public are forced to endure the hot sun and rain while waiting for the bus and crossing the roads as some of the bus stops and pedestrian walkways in several areas here are damaged.

Business

Taiwan’s top financial regulator resigns over Mega controversy

TAIPEI: Taiwan’s top financial regulator resigned in an effort to contain the fallout from the controversy over anti-money laundering failings at Taipei-based Mega Financial Holding Co.

World

Insured crabs, tea help China's farmers avoid extreme weather losses

HONG KONG (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Ma Rongda, a tea grower for nearly 30 years, knows how badly his business can be affected by extreme weather. But when heavy snow and cold hit his tea garden earlier this year, Ma was not as worried as he used to be.

Football

West Ham boss Bilic bemoans 'confidence-killing' pressure

(Reuters) - West Ham United must find a way to win games to lift the "confidence-killing" pressure on the team, manager Slaven Bilic has said.

Nation

Another barricade put up at disputed logging site

GUA MUSANG: Another barricade has been set up by orang asli protesters at a disputed logging site near here.

Nation

Temiar make stand at ‘Kg Blockade’

GUA MUSANG: The Temiar tribe first attracted the country’s attention in August last year when seven orang asli pupils fled into the forest to escape punishment for swimming in a river without permission.

Business

Arrium faces US$31mil steelworks hit after electricity blackout

SYDNEY: Australian steel and iron ore producer Arrium Ltd may face costs of as much as A$40mil (US$30.6mil) following storms that caused blackouts and forced BHP Billiton Ltd to halt its Olympic Dam copper operation.

Football

City lose 100 percent record in defeat at Tottenham

LONDON, Oct 2 (Reuters) - A vibrant Tottenham Hotspur won Sunday's meeting of the Premier League's only two unbeaten sides when they beat leaders Manchester City 2-0.