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WASHINGTON: The Group of Seven (G7) industrial countries have called on oil producers to increase output, saying higher prices posed “substantial risks” to the global economy.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - An ethnic Russian woman, who was both wife and widow of Islamist militants, was named on Wednesday as the suicide bomber who killed a moderate Muslim cleric in the North Caucasus just as President Vladimir Putin was pleading for national unity.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's most senior Islamic cleric warned on Wednesday that civil war could break out in the southern region of Dagestan after a moderate Muslim cleric was killed in a suicide bombing that has heightened religious tensions.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's opposition-controlled upper house passed a censure motion on Wednesday against Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda, piling more pressure on him to make good on the promise to call an early election
FROM Datuk Dr Dionysius S. K. Sharma, Executive Director/CEO, WWF-Malaysia.
The biological health of Tasik Chini continues to decline.
BEIJING: CNOOC, China's top offshore oil producer, is looking to team up with foreign companies this year to explore for oil and gas in another 26 blocks, including 22 in the strategically important South China Sea, although an analyst said none of these were in disputed territory.
SINGAPORE: Oil fell in Asia Tuesday as crude demand suffered from refinery shutdowns in the US Gulf Coast due to the onset of Tropical Storm Isaac while talk of a release of oil reserves surfaced, analysts said.
From FOON WENG LIAN, Forum Air Malaysia.
ABUJA (Reuters) - Nigeria's power minister resigned on Tuesday, the presidency said, two months before preferred bidders were due to be announced in a privatisation process meant to overhaul the country's ailing electricity sector.