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Libya's PM warns may sink oil tankers nearing east ports

TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Libya may sink tankers trying to load at eastern ports seized by armed protesters in an escalating confrontation over control of oil exports, Prime Minister Ali Zeidan said on Wednesday.

MCA Youth: Declaring Comango illegal is abuse of power

PETALING JAYA: MCA Youth wants the Home Ministry to retract its decision to declare the Coalition of Malaysian NGOs (Comango) illegal, citing a case of abuse of power to silence parties with dissenting views.

No reason to remove Jawi script from mission school

JAWI scripts on a school signboard in Bukit Mertajam caused a stir among some educationists, Kosmo! reporte­d.

Ice hotel protects from fire

Swedish ice hotel to install fire alarms for safety of guests.

India seeks to recover 270 million euros from scrapped AgustaWestland chopper deal

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Italian defence giant Finmeccanica's troubles in India are deepening, with the New Delhi government seeking repayments worth some 270 million euros (£223.85 million) over a scrapped helicopter deal.

Exclusive - Iran, Russia negotiating big oil-for-goods deal

LONDON/ANKARA (Reuters) - Iran and Russia are negotiating an oil-for-goods swap worth $1.5 billion a month that would let Iran lift oil exports substantially, in defiance of Western sanctions that helped force Tehran to agree a preliminary deal to end its nuclear programme.

Syria opposition groups say share goals, but no agreement for talks

CORDOBA, Spain (Reuters) - Several factions of the Syrian opposition, meeting together for the first time, called on Friday for a new coalition but did not reach agreement on who should attend peace talks later this month, or whether they would attend at all.

Too big to fail and the Volcker Rule faces fresh challenges

What Are We To Do? by Tan Sri LIN SEE-YAN

Exclusive - Iran, Russia negotiating big oil-for-goods deal

LONDON/ANKARA (Reuters) - Iran and Russia are negotiating an oil-for-goods swap worth $1.5 billion a month that would enable Iran to lift oil exports substantially, undermining Western sanctions that helped persuade Tehran in November to agree to a preliminary deal to curb its nuclear programme.

Drop the resolutions

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