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In signal to West, Iran boosts fuel output

TEHRAN (Reuters) - Iran temporarily boosted gasoline production by about 30 percent on Tuesday to show the West it can cope with any sanctions targeting its fuel imports.

World

Yemen tribesmen kidnap Japanese man, official says

SANAA (Reuters) - Yemeni tribesmen have kidnapped a Japanese engineer in an area north east of the capital Sanaa to press for the release of jailed relatives, a provincial official said on Monday.

World

Nigerian militants say peace talks start with govt

LAGOS (Reuters) - The main militant group in Nigeria's oil-producing Niger Delta said on Sunday it had started formal peace talks with President Umaru Yar'Adua, three weeks after reinstating a ceasefire in the region.

World

Ethiopia's ONLF rebels say captured seven towns

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopian rebels fighting for independence for a region with potentially significant oil and gas reserves said on Saturday they had captured seven towns near the border with neighbouring Somalia.

Community

CM: Sarawak will continue to have surplus budget for 2010

KUCHING: Sarawak will continue to have a surplus budget for 2010 in line with the state government's aims of achieving balanced development and sustaining economic growth.

World

Ida weakens to depression, Gulf oil patch recovers

MOBILE, Ala.(Reuters) - Ida dwindled to a tropical depression on Tuesday after crawling ashore in Alabama from the Gulf of Mexico, and oil operations in the Gulf were quickly returning to normal after being widely disrupted by the storm.

Nation

PM: Advance with technology

PUTRAJAYA: Technological advancement is an important tool for a nation's development and countries with such capabilities will triumph, said the Prime Minister.

World

Global energy costs to soar if no carbon deal - IEA

PARIS/LONDON (Reuters) - The world faces a surge in energy costs, as well as an increase in planet-warming carbon emissions, unless it agrees a climate change deal soon, the International Energy Agency said on Tuesday.

World

Ida makes landfall on U.S. Gulf Coast, hits oil supply

MOBILE, Alabama (Reuters) - A weakening Tropical Storm Ida lashed the U.S. Gulf Coast with drenching rain and high surf on Tuesday as it moved ashore after shutting down almost 30 percent of Gulf of Mexico energy production.

World

Global energy costs to soar if no carbon deal - IEA

PARIS/LONDON (Reuters) - The world faces a surge in energy costs, as well as in planet-warming carbon emissions, unless it can swiftly agree a climate change deal, the International Energy Agency said on Tuesday.