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Letters 27 Oct 2017 | 12:00 AM

Employer should not be blamed for accident

A letter from RAMAKRISHNAN of Batu Caves

World 26 Oct 2017 | 1:53 AM

EU too? Lawmakers denounce harassment in Brussels

STRASBOURG/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU lawmakers accused their own parliament on Wednesday of failing to protect staff from sexual harassment, as allegations of abuse in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein case have raised questions over standards also in Brussels' institutions.

AseanPlus News 26 Oct 2017 | 12:00 AM

Couple reveal secrets of long life

Zhengzhou: A couple named Zhao Jiujing and Meng Shulan is admired among the neighbours in Zhengzhou, capital city of central Henan province, because their age adds up to 195 years.

Reflecting On The Law 26 Oct 2017 | 12:00 AM

The Constitution and the private sector

The view that the protection of the Constitution is restricted to the public sector is based on a bygone political ideology.

World 25 Oct 2017 | 10:18 PM

Bosnian pensioners stage street protests for pension rise

SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Thousands of pensioners from across Bosnia's Bosniak-Croat Federation, most of whom live on the edge of poverty, took to the streets in Sarajevo on Wednesday to protest for a rise in pensions and better social and health care.

World 25 Oct 2017 | 10:18 PM

No rest, high tempo - energetic Macron keeps Elysee agenda ticking

PARIS (Reuters) - From text messages at 2 a.m. to clockwork meetings and tight deadlines, 39-year-old Emmanuel Macron is shaking up how the French presidency is run, raising the tempo and stretching the limits of the largely youthful team around him.

World 25 Oct 2017 | 5:19 PM

Vietnam jails student activist six years for propaganda against the state

(Reuters) - A Vietnamese student activist was jailed for six years plus four years of probation by a local court on Wednesday for conducting propaganda against the state, his lawyer said.

World 25 Oct 2017 | 3:14 PM

Australia campuses warned of 'clandestine' influence in apparent poke at China

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's domestic spy chief has warned that universities need to be "very conscious" of foreign interference in an apparent reference to China's perceived undercover influence on campuses.

TECH 25 Oct 2017 | 4:00 AM

Twitter to label election ads after US regulatory threat

Twitter Inc said it would add labels to election-related advertisements and say who is behind each of them, after a threat of regulation from the United States over the lack of disclosure for political spending on social media.

TECH 25 Oct 2017 | 3:30 AM

Facebook dealt setback by EU court adviser in privacy dispute

Facebook was dealt a setback on Tuesday when an adviser to the top European Union court said any data protection authority in the bloc had the power to take action against it for breaching privacy laws.