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SIRANEE C., 28 finds it interesting and reassuring that Malaysian models are more quiet and conservative in general, compared to colleagues in her native Thailand.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - World Bank President Robert Zoellick said on Wednesday he will step down in June and Washington pledged to name a replacement candidate within weeks for a job that has always gone to an American.
THE giant Mekong catfish is perhaps the most interesting and most threatened species in the Mekong basin.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama hopes the toughest sanctions ever imposed on Iran will squeeze its oil exports - all without scaring markets, crimping growth, impoverishing ordinary Iranians or antagonizing allies.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Capital flight, soaring borrowing costs, tanking currency and stocks and a central bank forced to pump vast amounts of cash into local banks -- that is what Japan may have to contend with if it fails to tackle its snowballing debt.
TOKYO (Reuters) - By Tetsushi Kajimoto, Leika Kihara and Tomasz Janowski