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Slovakia's ruling leftists losing support before March election - poll

BRATISLAVA (Reuters) - Support for Slovakia's ruling leftist Smer party is at its lowest for more than year ahead of a March election, suggesting that it will not only not win a majority but that it may even have tough time forming a coalition, a poll showed on Thursday.

Twelve players given Argentine stadium bans after brawl

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Seven Gimnasia players and five from Estudiantes have been banned from entering football grounds for two Argentine league championship matches after they were involved in a vicious brawl in a friendly.

Do more for those with disabilities

THE PERAK government, in an effort to address the issue of accessibility, is urging all local authorities to engage with non-governmental organisations looking after people with special needs.

New foreign worker levy needs a relook

The Government should heed the call by the business community for consultations on policies that may carry negative implications, particularly during these difficult times.

Home-cooked meals under a tree

ONE stall beneath a huge tree in Jalan Kampung Attap has survived for more than 20 years with no real identity, except for their tasty food that has customers coming back for more.

ChemChina makes $43b agreed bid for Switzerland's Syngenta

BASEL, Switzerland: China's state-owned ChemChina will make an agreed $43 billion bid for Swiss seeds and pesticides group Syngenta, the companies said on Wednesday, marking the largest ever overseas acquisition by a Chinese firm.

ChemChina makes US$43b agreed bid for Switzerland's Syngenta

BASEL, Switzerland: China's state-owned ChemChina will make an agreed US$43 billion bid for Swiss seeds and pesticides group Syngenta, the companies said on Wednesday, marking the largest ever overseas acquisition by a Chinese firm.

Oil producers struggle to plug budget holes torn by price collapse

PARIS: Oil producing countries are scrambling to fill gaping holes in their budgets torn by crashing petroleum prices, with some turning to international lenders for help and others slashing spending.

Seat distribution talks getting to be a thorny affair

MIRI: Seat distribution negotiations among the various political parties for the coming Sarawak state election are proving to be a thorny affair, even for state Barisan Nasional component parties.

Shocked over ‘No Guide Dogs Allowed’ sign

From MICHAEL of Melbourne, Australia.