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Moroccan injured during protest dies after weeks in coma

RABAT (Reuters) - A protester who fell into a coma after being wounded in protests that have shaken northern Morocco died in hospital on Tuesday, a lawyer and a judicial official said.


Healthcare does not cost RM1

A letter from AZRUL MOHD KHALIB, CEO, Galan Centre for Health and Social Policy of Kuala Lumpur


Bursa Malaysia weighs dual-class shares

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Bhd said it’s considering whether to allow companies with dual-class share structures.


Japan defence review warns of enhanced North Korea threats

TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan warned on Tuesday against the acute threat posed by North Korea's weapons programmes as Pyongyang's continued series of missile and nuclear tests, in defiance of U.N. sanctions, brings technological progress to the reclusive state.


Malaysia weighs dual-class shares as exchanges battle for IPOs

KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia Bhd said it’s considering whether to allow companies with dual-class share structures.


China’s July exports, imports weaker than expected, cloud global outlook

BEIJING: China’s exports and imports grew more slowly than expected in July, raising concerns over whether global demand is starting to cool even as major Western central banks consider scaling back their massive stimulus programmes.

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North Korea remains defiant

Manila: North Korea angrily insisted tough new United Nations sanctions would not stop it from developing its nuclear arsenal, and warned it would not negotiate while being threatened by the United States.


Cyber threats prompt return of radio for ship navigation

The risk of cyber attacks targeting ships' satellite navigation is pushing nations to delve back through history and develop back-up systems with roots in World War Two radio technology.


Suu Kyi touts peace efforts in visit to Myanmar heartland

MYAETINEKAN VILLAGE (Reuters) - Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi told villagers at the heart of the country on Monday that talks with ethnic rebels must be a priority, after putting peace negotiations ahead of economic reforms in her first months in power.


Politics is faster, more effective in Japan's capital, new governor says

TOKYO (Reuters) - Popular Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike is often spoken of as a candidate to become Japan's first female prime minister - but for now, the former lawmaker is having too much fun as top leader of the capital, where she says she can get things done.