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PETALING JAYA: Sticks and stones may break bones, but words can hurt too.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A new centre-left party pledging to bring "bottom up" democracy to Japan may prove the surprise success story of an election on Sunday, although the party is forecast to win a mere sliver of seats compared to Prime Minister Shinto Abe's ruling bloc.
PETALING JAYA: The family members of Tan Sri Dr Yeoh Tiong Lay have expressed their sadness over the death of the billionaire.
SINGAPORE: Foreigners and Singapore permanent residents (PR) will have to pay more over the next three years to enrol their children in local schools.
MONROVIA (Reuters) - George Weah has been here before: on the goal line of the Liberian presidency, one run-off vote from victory. Unlike in 2005, however, his support is much wider and many expect him at last to succeed.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary has extended a deadline for a U.S.-accredited Budapest university founded by George Soros, philanthropist financier and prominent critic of Prime Minister Viktor Orban's government, to comply with a new education law or face closure.
(Reuters) - The world is this generation's oyster.
WUHAN, China (Reuters) - Call them China's bubble generation.
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African President Jacob Zuma appointed a close confidant to be energy minister on Tuesday as his government tries to push through one of the biggest nuclear deals in decades.