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NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks dipped on Monday, weighed down by Apple, as world equity markets fell with oil prices, while the U.S. dollar recovered from a near seven-month low against the euro.
KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's main government partner said on Monday his national security adviser and other top security officials should be removed after four days of violence last week left around 100 people dead.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya's most flamboyant anti-corruption activist, Boniface Mwangi spent years enraging politicians with headline-grabbing stunts, once herding blood-drenched pigs to parliament to highlight legislators' sky-high salaries.
CHAPARHAR, Afghanistan (Reuters) - From his sandbagged command post outside the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad, Brigadier General Mohammad Nasim Sangin says he needs more troops and equipment to beat the Taliban and hold on to ground his soldiers take.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s trade is seen growing 5% in 2017 amid the global economic uncertainty, said International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Seri Mustapa Mohamed.
Three decades ago, an experimental Mercedes-Benz van managed to steer, brake and accelerate on its own. But after the technology was refined enough to put an S-Class sedan through its paces on a highway in 1994, it was largely set aside as commercially unviable.
SINGAPORE: Gold may extend gains after climbing to the highest level in six weeks following disappointing monthly reports on U.S. employment and wages, according to two analysts attending a conference in Singapore this week.
London (AFP) -British Prime Minister Theresa May blamed “evil” Islamist ideology Sunday for an attack by knife-wielding men who mowed down and stabbed revellers in London, killing seven, as police said they had arrested 12 suspects.
While Uber and Lyft have succeeded in getting people used to the idea of hiring an on-demand chauffeur and sharing that ride with strangers, neither have cracked the code for traditional carpooling. So Waze is giving it a shot.
SEJONG: South Korea's new government announced a 11.2 trillion won ($10.00 billion) fiscal stimulus package on Monday, increasing social welfare subsidies and taking the first steps to deliver on President Moon Jae-in's key election promise - to create 810,000 public sector jobs.