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Brazil's Temer to press Pence on U.S. treatment of migrant families

BRASILIA (Reuters) - President Michel Temer will press U.S. Vice President Mike Pence during his two-day visit to Brazil on cases of Brazilian children separated from their parents upon trying to enter the United States, a Brazilian diplomat said on Monday.


Exclusive - North American, UK, Asian regulators press EU on data privacy exemption

WASHINGTON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Financial watchdogs from North America, Britain and Asia are urgently seeking a formal exemption from the European Union’s tough new data privacy law to avoid hampering cross-border investigations, regulatory officials told Reuters.

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China’s Xi tells CEOs he’ll strike back at US

No more turning the other cheek, leader warns execs; that means American firms could face regulatory delays, consumer backlash


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Govt gets tough on environmental data manipulation

BEIJING: China’s top environmental watchdog said it will impose tough penalties on people who manipulate or falsify environmental monitoring data, with criminal liability in severe cases.

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High-tech tools to be used for wildlife protection

BEIJING: The International Fund for Animal Welfare (Ifaw) and tech giant Baidu are using advanced technology, including big data and artificial intelligence, to help crack down on wildlife-related crimes online.

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Raya cheer for the less fortunate

KUANTAN: Three welfare homes received contributions from a resort here in conjunction with Hari Raya Aidilfitri.


Fiery start for Subang Jaya rep

MICHELLE Ng had a fiery start in her very first week as Subang Jaya assemblyman when a fire broke out in her constituency.


Lead the way and set standard

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia has the potential to become a leader in ending child marriage, said Girls Not Brides chairman Princess Mabel van Oranje.


When a text can trigger a lynching: WhatsApp struggles with incendiary messages in India

MUMBAI (Reuters) - A WhatsApp text circulating in some districts of India's central Madhya Pradesh state helped to inflame a mob of 50-60 villagers into savagely beating up two innocent men last week on suspicion that they were going to murder people and sell their body parts.