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Chrysler and Nissan in production alliance

Chrysler LLC and Nissan Motor Co Ltd unveiled on Monday a production alliance that gives the US vehicle maker the small car it lacks and allows the Japanese company to stay in the competitive full-sized US pickup truck market.

Israel plans to renew Gaza fuel supply - ministry

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel will renew fuel deliveries to the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip on Wednesday after a deadly attack on a fuel terminal last week caused Israel to cut supplies, the Defence Ministry said on Monday.

Zimbabwe police set up checkpoints ahead of strike

HARARE (Reuters) - Soldiers and police fanned out across Zimbabwe on Tuesday ahead of a general strike called by the opposition to pressure officials to release the results of a presidential election.

Anwar: 20% royalties for Sabah if Pakatan forms govt

If Pakatan Rakyat forms the Federal Government, Sabah will get up to 20% of royalties from oil and gas and timber, Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim said.

Car bombs kill more than 50 in Iraq

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Car bombs on crowded streets killed more than 50 people in Sunni Arab areas of Iraq on Tuesday, a sudden spasm of violence in regions which had been comparatively quiet while battles raged in the Shi'ite south.

Anwar: We have the numbers to form govt

The Pakatan Rakyat coalition is ready to form the Federal Government and is now waiting for the right time and the right numbers, said Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Decline of a beautiful tradition

BANGKOK: The gentle and respectful practices of Songkran (Thailand's Buddhist New Year) in the past have degenerated into a water-hurling frenzy that needs to be curbed because of the danger it poses.

Decline of a beautiful tradition

BANGKOK: The gentle and respectful practices of Songkran (Thailand's Buddhist New Year) in the past have degenerated into a water-hurling frenzy that needs to be curbed because of the danger it poses.

Fifty-four Myanmar migrants suffocate in container

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Fifty-four illegal Myanmar migrants, most of them women, suffocated as they were smuggled into Thailand in a cramped seafood container, police said on Thursday.

Palestinians attack key Gaza fuel transfer point

NAHAL OZ, Israel (Reuters) - Palestinian gunmen on Wednesday attacked an Israeli-controlled border crossing where fuel is piped into the Gaza Strip, killing two Israeli civilians, the Israeli army said.