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MUMBAI: Indian companies have been involved in deals worth a record US$97.6bil this year. Top banker JPMorgan Chase & Co is predicting more offshore interest in the nation, particularly in technology, media and telecom.
LONDON: Don’t be fooled by July’s gains: the causes of emerging-market turmoil haven’t gone away, according to investors including Fidelity International and Amundi Asset Management.
WELLINGTON/SYDNEY: Just over a decade ago, deadly riots in the capital of Tonga, Nuku'alofa, destroyed much of the small Pacific nation's central business and government districts.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Government forces are on the brink of seizing the last part of southwestern Syria in insurgent hands, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Monday.
HARARE (Reuters) - Counting began in Zimbabwe on Monday in the first election since the removal of former president Robert Mugabe, a watershed vote that could pull a pariah state back into the international fold and spark an economic revival.
ROME (Reuters) - Opposition politicians accused far-right Interior Minister Matteo Salvini on Monday of creating a climate of hate in Italy following a spate of racist attacks that have coincided with his anti-immigration drive.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Eritrea and Somalia plan to establish diplomatic relations, their presidents said on Monday, the latest sign of thawing relations across the Horn of Africa following Eritrea's rapprochement with Ethiopia.
BELGRADE (Reuters) - Lawyers in Serbia started a week-long strike on Monday to protest the fatal shooting of their colleague Dragoslav Ognjanovic who helped defend late Serbian strongman Slobodan Milosevic and represented leading underworld figures.
BAR ELIAS, Lebanon (Reuters) - As a Syrian refugee in Lebanon, Nour knows life can be tough.