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Bitcoin miners face fight for survival as new supply halves

Marco Streng is a miner, though he does not carry a pick around his base in south-western Iceland. Instead, he keeps tens of thousands of computers running 24 hours a day in fierce competition with others across the globe to earn bitcoins.

Beijing to make good on investment pledge at EU-China summit

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - China is set to make good on a promise to invest two billion euros in the European Union's new infrastructure fund at a summit in Beijing on Wednesday, officials say, a gesture aimed partly at easing tensions over other issues.

Dallas police chief defends decision to use robot to kill gunman

(Reuters) - The chief of the Dallas Police Department on Sunday vigorously defended the use of a bomb mounted on a robot to kill a gunman who shot to death five officers during a march to protest police violence against blacks.

Dallas police chief defends decision to use robot to kill gunman

(Reuters) - The chief of the Dallas Police Department on Sunday vigorously defended the use of a bomb mounted on a robot to kill a gunman who shot to death five officers during a march to protest police violence against blacks.

Dallas police chief defends decision to use robot to kill gunman

(Reuters) - The chief of the Dallas Police Department on Sunday vigorously defended the use of a bomb mounted on a robot to kill a gunman who shot to death five officers during a march to protest police violence against blacks.

Samalaju deepsea port to start ops in 9 months

KUCHING: The proposed RM1.8bil Samalaju deepsea port, which is designed and built to serve energy-intensive industries in Bintulu’s Samalaju Industrial Park (SIP), is slated for full operations in about nine months.

TH Heavy pressure

PETALING JAYA: Loss-making TH Heavy Engineering Bhd (THHE), which was served with winding-up petitions from three parties for aggregate claims of RM38mil in the past week, may need to recapitalise its balance sheet if it is unable to resolve its cash flow woes.

Inaugural golf tournament raises RM10,000 for autism society

THE Bar°n Bar & Restaurant in collaboration with Heineken organised a charity golf tournament recently with proceeds going to the National Autism Society of Malaysia (Nasom).

Like a well-oiled machine

Hasil Karya started from zero, literally, as entrepreneur Tee Ah Ling didn’t even have a product in hand to sell when he started in 1983. But his ability to adapt to changing conditions has ensured the success of company, which is now preparing to move into a spanking new warehouse with an exhibition area, reports LIM WING HOOI.

Awaiting Hague court verdict, Filipinos hope to fish without fear of China

INFANTA, Philippines (Reuters) - For years, the fishermen of the sleepy Philippine town of Infanta cared little for politics, international diplomacy and centuries-old squabbles over sovereignty.