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TPPA talks not a secret


More downside for Bursa

This is despite market ending seven points higher to 1,579

Saudi-led warplanes wreak havoc on Yemen aid port Hodeida

SANAA (Reuters) - Warplanes from a Saudi-led coalition hit the Houthi-controlled Red Sea port of Hodeida on Tuesday, destroying cranes and warehouses in the main entry point for aid supplies to Yemen's north.

Use Iran deal to prevent nuclear weapons free-for-all, treaty body says

VIENNA (Reuters) - The head of the body trying to secure ratification of a global ban on nuclear testing urged world leaders on Monday to use the momentum of an atomic deal with Iran to prevent a slide towards a nuclear weapons free-for-all.

Hotel stays for lucky walkers

THIRTY-THREE vouchers for a fancy retreat at Sunway Hotel Georgetown and Sunway Hotel Seberang Jaya await lucky Penang Starwalk 2015 participants.

Mountain bikers in for a tough ride

CYCLING enthusiasts can look forward to an exciting and challenging outing at the PCC-Maxxis Presidential Ride.

Danny goes top, in the running for CIMB Classic entry

PETALING JAYA: Danny Chia has received a huge boost in his bid to earn a fourth CIMB Classic appearance in October.

Protesters demand compensation for China blasts amid chemical clean-up

TIANJIN, China (Reuters) - Hundreds of residents displaced by huge explosions last week in the Chinese port of Tianjin demanded compensation on Monday, as authorities worked to complete a sweep of the blast site for dangerous chemicals.

Initial insurance losses from Tianjin blasts seen at $1 billion - $1.5 billion

HONG KONG (Reuters) - Two explosions in the Chinese port of Tianjin that killed more than 100 people last week could generate total insurance losses of $1 billion to $1.5 billion (£640 million to £959 million), Credit Suisse analysts said, citing initial estimates based on Chinese media reports.

Tianjin port's commodity operations resume after blasts - sources

SINGAPORE/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Many operations have resumed at China's Tianjin port, trade sources said, after explosions last week that killed more than 100 people and disrupted business at what is an important oil, gas and bulk import harbour for Asia's biggest economy.