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WELLINGTON (Reuters) - All Blacks coach Steve Hansen rates Warren Gatland's British and Irish Lions squad as one of the strongest in recent memory but has questioned how the touring side will cope with the pressure of expectations in New Zealand.
KUALA LUMPUR: Affin Hwang Asset Management Bhd expects the gradual shift of fund flows into Malaysia will provide some form of buoyancy for the domestic stock market.
BEIJING: Capital outflows from China eased sharply in the first quarter and cross border flows were more balanced, the foreign exchange regulator said on Thursday, in the latest official comments indicating policymakers are growing less worried about the yuan currency.
HONG KONG: Asian stocks erased early losses and edged higher on Thursday as steadying commodity prices, especially crude oil, prompted some bargain hunting by investors.
LONDON (Reuters) - Ireland's victory over the All Blacks last year was key to convincing the British and Irish Lions that they can win in New Zealand and that the double world champions are human after all, coach Warren Gatland said on Wednesday.
KABUL/ABDUL KHIL, Afghanistan (Reuters) - U.S. troops are still battling suspected Islamic State fighters near the site where a massive bomb was dropped in eastern Afghanistan last week, a U.S. military official said on Wednesday.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Immediately after winning Sunday's referendum, President Tayyip Erdogan promised to reinstate the death penalty, a reform put in place 15 years ago that was seen as fundamental to Turkey's efforts to join the European Union.
KULAI: Johor has chalked up the highest amount of investments over four consecutive years because of its strategic location, vast land and united people.