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Turkish election to shape political landscape for a decade

ISTANBUL/ANKARA (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan is unambiguous about what he wants from an election on Sunday, casting it as a pivotal moment for Turkey: a return to the single-party rule he presided over for more than a decade until June.


Breakfast briefing: Friday, October 30

Breakfast briefing: Friday, October 30


Malaysian palm oil price up on weak ringgit, tracking other vegetable oils

SINGAPORE: Malaysian palm oil rose on Thursday for a third day in a row, boosted by a weaker ringgit and tracking other vegetable oils.


Illinois man pleads guilty to trying to join Islamic State

CHICAGO (Reuters) - A 20-year-old Chicago-area man pleaded guilty on Thursday to a federal charge of trying to provide support to Islamic State militants in exchange for prosecutors agreeing to seek a prison sentence of no more than five years.


Walcott, Oxlade-Chamberlain out for at least three weeks

LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal's injured England forwards Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain will be sidelined for at least three weeks, manager Arsene Wenger told a news conference on Thursday.


EPF to tie up with other global pension funds in investments

KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is exploring co-investment opportunities with other pension funds in and out of the country.


All Blacks carry the lessons of 2011 final

BAGSHOT, England (Reuters) - New Zealand's players and management know just how the tension of a World Cup final can put paid to the best-laid plans and, having almost succumbed four years ago, they do not intend to allow a repeat on Saturday.


China ends one-child policy

BEIJING: China announced the end of its hugely controversial one-child policy on Thursday, after decades of strict, sometimes brutal enforcement left it with an ageing population and shrinking workforce, heightening the challenges of slowing growth.


EPF mulls selling one of its UK properties

KUALA LUMPUR: The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) is considering to dispose of one of its properties in the United Kingdom (UK), namely the Reading International Business Park.


SoftBank internal data suggests smartphone woes worse than reported

New smartphone subscriptions for SoftBank Group Corp plunged 35% at its own stores in Japan's most populous region in the last business year, according to internal data that paints a far gloomier picture than its published financial results.