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Singapore investors are picking REITs over developers

SINGAPORE: Buy the businesses that hold the real-estate assets rather than the ones that sell them.

Indonesian activists abseil down palm refinery tanks in deforestation protest

JAKARTA: Environmentalists abseiled down storage tanks and unfurled banners at a palm oil refinery in Indonesia on Tuesday in protest at deforestation of the country's tropical forests.

U.S. sanctions Venezuela officials, Trump slams Maduro

NEW YORK/CARACAS (Reuters) - The United States imposed new sanctions on Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's wife and several of his top allies on Tuesday as U.S. President Donald Trump urged members of the United Nations to support a "restoration of democracy" in the once-booming OPEC nation.

Wallabies hoping Boks will buckle under home fan pressure

PORT ELIZABETH (Reuters) - Australia are hoping that hosts South Africa will buckle under the pressure from eager home fans in the Rugby Championship on Saturday after the Springboks upset world champions New Zealand away in their last test.

Man who slapped woman's bottom gets first fine under new French 'cat-call' law

PARIS (Reuters) - A man who slapped a woman's bottom on a bus near Paris has been jailed for three months and, in a first under a new law against cat-calling, also fined for lewd remarks about her physique.

Van Dijk faces fitness test ahead of Chelsea clash

(Reuters) - Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk faces a fitness test to be ready for Wednesday's League Cup clash with Chelsea, while fellow defender Dejan Lovren is available after shaking off a pelvic injury, manager Juergen Klopp said on Tuesday.

Swedish PM Lofven ousted, anti-immigrant party pushing for policy role

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven lost a no-confidence vote in parliament on Tuesday, with the anti-immigration Sweden Democrats threatening to block any new government unless they are given a say in policy.

Tunisia reforms face fresh strain after president ends Islamist tie-up

TUNIS (Reuters) - Efforts to rescue Tunisia's ailing economy face the prospect of fresh turmoil after the president declared his alliance with moderate Islamists at an end, deepening divisions in a fragile coalition managing the country's transition from autocracy.

Indonesia activists abseil down refinery tanks to protest deforestation

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Environmentalists on Tuesday abseiled down storage tanks and unfurled banners at a palm-oil refinery in Indonesia to protest the deforestation of the country's tropical forests.

French bioethics body backs IVF for all women who want children

PARIS (Reuters) - Lesbian couples and single women who want to bear children should have access to medically assisted reproduction treatments such as in-vitro fertilisation, France's highest bioethics body said on Tuesday.