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Nine dead in Japan quake

Tokyo: Devastating landslides caused by a powerful 6.6-magnitude earthquake in northern Japan claimed at least nine lives, with dozens still missing as homes were engulfed.

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Japan confirms first Fukushima worker death from radiation

Tokyo: Japan has announced for the first time that a worker at the stricken Fukushima nuclear plant has died after being exposed to radiation, Japanese media reported.


Citigroup may revamp investment banking

Group to promote two bankers to run reconstructed operations


ExxonMobil latest foreign major to invest in China

It will build petrochemical complex and invest in LNG terminal


U.S. Supreme Court nominee steers clear of Trump criticism

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh stressed on Thursday that he believes the judiciary has broad authority to check the power of the White House, but refused to criticise the man who selected him, President Donald Trump.


Rising star Osaka has bright future to lead sport

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. Open that began by celebrating a 50th anniversary could end with Serena Williams snatching a record equalling 24th Grand Slam title but it may well be remembered as Naomi Osaka's coming out party.


Turkey offers cash, promises passports to families of Syria rebels killed in Afrin

AL-BAB, Syria (Reuters) - Turkey is compensating the families of Syrian rebels who died fighting in support of its offensive in Syria's Afrin, promising them citizenship and a house in Turkey, a rebel commander and families said.


Romania government picks little-known Florea for chief anti-corruption role

BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania's justice minister nominated a little-known regional official, Adina Florea, for the post of national anti-corruption prosecutor on Thursday, following the controversial removal of Laura Codruta Kovesi from the post in July.


Athletics - Kenyan officials cleared of extortion charges

LONDON (Reuters) - Former senior Kenyan athletics official David Okeyo, who was last week banned from the sport for life for siphoning sponsorship funds, has been cleared a extorting money from athletes in exchange for lighter sentences in doping cases.


Brazil's jailed Lula set to give up run for presidency - sources

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's jailed former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva is expected to give up his bid to run in next month's presidential election after a Supreme Court judge on Thursday rejected his latest appeal, three party sources said.