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U.S. Republicans try to pick up the pieces after healthcare defeat

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The seven-year Republican quest to scrap Obamacare, a major campaign vow by President Donald Trump, lay in ruins on Friday after the Senate failed to dismantle the healthcare law, with congressional leaders now planning to move on to other matters.

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China outrage over 'panda abuse' video

Beijing (AFP) - Viral video footage of giant panda cubs being dragged and hurled around by staff at a Chinese breeding centre has sparked online outrage and accusations of cruelty towards the country's favourite animal.


White House divisions on display with Scaramucci's comments

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The rifts inside President Donald Trump's White House were on startling display on Thursday, as his new communications director urged Trump's chief of staff to state publicly that he does not leak information to the media.


U.S. Army chief had no advance knowledge of Trump's transgender ban

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The chief of staff of the U.S. Army, General Mark Milley, said on Thursday he had no advance knowledge of President Donald Trump's decision to ban transgender individuals from the military before his announcement via Twitter on Wednesday, but added that was not unusual.


Ali Hamsa first Malaysian appointed to UN committee on public administration

PUTRAJAYA: Chief Secretary to the Government Tan Sri Dr Ali Hamsa has been appointed member of the United Nations Committee of Experts on Public Administration (Cepa) for the 2018 to 2021 term.

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Yingluck seeks supporters’ help

BANGKOK: Former Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra (pic), ousted in a 2014 coup, called on her supporters for help as the military government “temporarily froze” 37 of her properties and 16 bank accounts.


Trump ban on transgender service members alarms some military officers

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's sudden decision to ban transgender personnel from serving in the military has alarmed some senior military officers who were caught off guard by it.


Swedish PM axes two ministers in data scandal, confidence vote looms

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven replaced two ministers on Thursday in a scandal over the leaking of sensitive data, trying to contain the damage and stave off an early election.


Iranian hackers used female 'honey pot' to lure targets - researchers

LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Hackers believed to be working for the Iranian government have impersonated a young female photographer on social media for more than a year, luring men working in industries strategically important to Tehran's regional adversaries, according to research published Thursday.


Sweden opposition Christian Democrats, far right to support no confidence vote in defence minister

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - The leaders of two Swedish opposition parties said on Thursday they would support a no confidence vote against Defence Minister Peter Hultqvist after he remained in his post in Thursday's cabinet reshuffle.