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Wall Street rally disintegrates shortly before the close

New YORK: A Wall Street rally collapsed and stocks turned negative shortly before the market close on Wednesday after investors reassessed the Federal Reserve's policy statement and reduced their risk as they weighed how long the U.S. central bank would continue to raise interest rates.

Danish police investigate officer who hugged niqab-wearing protester

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - A Copenhagen policewoman is being investigated for embracing a niqab-wearing protestor during a demonstration against a ban on face veils, the force's complaints body said on Wednesday.

Jail birds - Thailand considers prison for feeding pigeons

BANGKOK (Reuters) - The Thai capital is considering jailing people who feed pigeons in public to try to eliminate the risk of bird flu and other diseases, officials said on Wednesday.

Chinese-speaking tourists attack swan by Swiss lake ‘over missed photo’

Widely shared video shows woman teasing bird then grabbing it by the head and neck

Foreign airlines to face new rivals on popular China routes as restrictions ease

SHANGHAI: Foreign airlines that fly on 20 popular long-haul routes to China will face fresh competitive pressure as Beijing begins to ease decade-old restrictions on Oct 1, allowing more Chinese carriers to offer service.

Four-day remand for Baling MP Abdul Azeez, two others

PUTRAJAYA: Former Tabung Haji chairman Datuk Seri Abdul Azeez Rahim has been remanded for four days by the magistrate's court here over alleged bribery and money laundering activities.

Google, Facebook and Twitter agree to fight fake news in the EU

Alphabet Inc’s Google, Facebook Inc, Twitter Inc and other tech and advertising companies have committed to implementing new measures and investing in new technologies to fight the spread of hoax news online in Europe, according to a draft of the agreement.

Brazil's jobs crisis lingers, posing challenge for next president

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - After losing his job with a foreign food company in March, Alexander Costa surveyed Brazil's anaemic labour market and decided to start selling cheap lunches by the beach in Rio de Janeiro to try and provide for his young family.

U.S. ' Bolton to warn Iran's clerics - 'There will be hell to pay'

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - U.S. national security adviser John Bolton is set to warn Iran's clerics on Tuesday that "if you cross us, our allies, or our partners; if you harm our citizens ... there will indeed be hell to pay."

Baling MP, brother and cousin taken to court for remand

PUTRAJAYA: Umno supreme council member Datuk Seri Abdul Azeez Rahim, his elder brother Latiff and a cousin have been brought to the Magistrate's Court here to be remanded.