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LONDON: BP’s shareholders have voted against chief executive Bob Dudley’s US$20mil (RM77.8mil) pay deal for 2015, a rare investor revolt for such a major company, after it recorded a record annual loss.
MANILA (Reuters) - U.S. Defence Secretary Ash Carter said on Thursday that U.S. troops and military equipment would be sent on regular rotations in the Philippines and that the two countries had started joint patrols in the South China Sea as China increasingly asserts its territorial claims.
A US judge sentenced journalist Matthew Keys to two years in prison for helping members of the Anonymous hacking collective gain access to a former employer's computers.
Nearly 40,000 Verizon workers walked off the job on Wednesday in one of the largest US strikes in recent years after contract talks hit an impasse.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Brussels Airport cancelled half its flights on Wednesday as anger mounted over a second day of industrial action by some air traffic controllers hampering a return to normality after last month's suicide bombings.
TUZLA SPIT, Russia (Reuters) - Russia has pushed back the completion date of a showcase multi-billion dollar bridge to link the Russian mainland with annexed Crimea by one year, saying the original plan had to be adjusted to take account of the weight of the trains that will cross it.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - About 50 flights from Brussels Airport, which reopened this month after a deadly bomb attack, were cancelled on Wednesday as a strike among air traffic controllers entered a second day.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Three weeks after being struck by Islamic State suicide bombers, Brussels Airport was forced to close again briefly on Tuesday due to industrial action by Belgian air traffic controllers.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - A bomb in the southern Lebanon city of Sidon killed an official from the Palestinian Fatah movement on Tuesday, an official from the group said.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's expressed anger on Tuesday after foreign ministers from the Group of Seven (G7) advanced economies said they strongly opposed provocation in the East and South China Seas, where China is locked in territorial disputes.