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TRIPOLI (Reuters) - New Prime Minister Ahmed Maiteeq said he wanted to engage all political forces in forming a "crisis government" in Libya and devolving some powers to regions in the oil-producing state.
ROME (Reuters) - Police have arrested a man over shootings that marred the Italian Cup Final and left a supporter fighting for his life on Sunday, violence that politicians and commentators said pointed to a broader malaise in the national sport.
COLOURS set the tone for a place and, in any setting, one of the best ways to add colour is with paint.
MALAYSIAN small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) were given the opportunity to learn about the innovative culture at Alfa Laval (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, a Swedish company.
Thanks to the competition encouraged — even required — in a dog-eat-dog world, humanity might be losing out on best ideas and practices.
With ingenuity and a 3D printer, Not Impossible has changed the life of a Sudanese boy whose arms were blown off during an airstrike.
Singaporean-trained harpist Bryan Lee strums the right notes with a homecoming tour.
SAN FRANCISCO: LinkedIn Corp forecast 2014 revenue below Wall Street's expectations on Thursday, underscoring concerns about its ability to sustain its rapid growth and helping to drag its shares more than 3 percent lower.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s tyre manufacturers are unable at the moment to meet the demands of the national automotive industry because of non-competitive raw material prices.
Datuk Seri Dr Zakri Abdul Hamid’s list of achievements is staggering, yet he remains ever so humble and down to earth.