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European vegoil prices rise on Malaysia exports, US heat wave

LONDON: Prices on the European vegetable oils market were higher on Wednesday, boosted by a pick-up in exports of Malaysian palm oil products and gains in Chicago soybean oil driven by concerns that scorching weather in the U.S. Midwest could damage crops.


Patriotic upsurge drives Turkish flag sales after failed coup

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Military coups are rarely good for business but at least one small sector of Turkey's economy has seen a roaring trade since a failed army revolt on July 15 - the nation's flag sellers.


Pakistan to pass law against honour killings in weeks - PM's daughter

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's ruling party plans to pass long-delayed legislation against "honour killings" within weeks in the wake of the high-profile murder of an outspoken social media star, the daughter of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Wednesday.


Temple statue desecrated in PJ Old Town

PETALING JAYA: The Sri Veera Muniswarar Alayam Hindu temple in Petaling Jaya's Old Town area found one of its religious statues vandalised this morning.


Magnitude 5.0 quake jolts Japan's Ibaraki, no tsunami warning

TOKYO (Reuters) - An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.0 hit northeast of Tokyo on Wednesday, the Japan Meteorological Agency said, but there were no were immediate reports of damage.


Critical period passes for M’sian student injured in Nice attack

SINGAPORE: A Malaysian who was injured in the recent attack in Nice has shown no signs of internal bleeding or neurological damage, and the critical period for him has passed, Channel NewsAsia reported Tuesday.


Hunger, looting and now suspected cholera hit South Sudan

GENEVA (Reuters) - Dozens of people have fallen ill with suspected cholera in South Sudan's capital of Juba, while a U.N. food warehouse was looted and destroyed, incurring $20 million of damage, the United Nations said on Tuesday.


Turkey's Erdogan beats foes for now, but at high cost to stability

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan, whose fate was in the balance as rebel soldiers tried to topple him, has triumphed against his enemies and quickly reasserted his grip on power. But the failed military coup is further polarising a nation in turmoil.


Baidu investor criticises proposed sale of video unit to CEO

BEIJING: Baidu Inc’s planned sale of online video unit iQiyi to its own chief executive is priced too low and will damage its reputation, an investor in the Chinese internet company said.


Star Foundation contributes RM165,500 to five NGOs

PETALING JAYA: Come rainy season, residents of the Lovely Nursing Centre have to contend with wet floors and beds because of severe damage to the roof over their heads.