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KUALA LUMPUR: Former US President Barack Obama says running for the presidency was the most difficult decision he had to make.
Chairman Datuk Abdul Majid Ahmad Khan talks about the trade war, building the right ecosystem to attract more investments and pushing the shared prosperity agenda.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's main opposition group, the centre-right Civic Platform (PO), picked a party veteran known for building consensus on Saturday as its contender to unseat nationalist ally Andrzej Duda in a presidential election next year.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam visited Beijing on Saturday (Dec 14) for her first trip to the Chinese capital since her government was handed a crushing defeat in local elections last month, prompting speculation about changes to her leadership team.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Saad al-Hariri is expected to be named Lebanon's prime minister on Monday, but political rifts look set to hinder agreement on a new government badly needed to rescue the country from a dire economic crisis.
SELANGOR has started an initiative to create a new experience for tourists with the help of trained “storytellers” and “masterminds” who will promote the state’s unique heritage and shine a spotlight on the rural communities.
LIKE creating a samurai sword, the 30 young shuttlers taking part in the ongoing Astro Kem Badminton Intensive Training Programme with the Nippon Badminton Academy are part of a rigorous process that will see them battle for glory in the arena of international badminton in the years to come.
SINGAPORE (Bloomberg): On most mornings, Chong Chin Eai starts his day with a jog through Singapore's Botanic Gardens. After taking his son to school, he trades futures on his laptop at home until it's time for lunch, after which he might have a massage or perhaps a nap.
US antitrust enforcers are examining Google’s conduct in the online shopping comparison market as they continue their probe of the search giant.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With President Donald Trump's impeachment trial looming in January, the five Democratic senators running against him are weighing tele-townhalls, quick trips and candidate proxies to keep their White House bids going while they serve as jurors.