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Istanbul's LGBT community holds small rally after march banned

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Istanbul's gay and transgender community gathered for a small rally that ended with tear gas and rubber bullets on Sunday after their annual march was banned for the fifth consecutive year.

World

Italy and Germany in war of words over German rescue ship captain

MILAN (Reuters) - A war of words broke out between Germany and Italy on Sunday over the German captain of a rescue ship, who defied a docking ban enforced by Rome to bring migrants ashore.

World

Timmermans faces Eastern resistance for top EU job; search for ECB head postponed

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Dutch socialist Frans Timmermans has emerged as the favourite to be named the EU's next chief executive, diplomats and officials said on Sunday ahead of a summit in Brussels, but faces resistance from eastern European countries.

World

A small, but growing group of Hong Kong people find a new life in Taiwan

TAINAN, Taiwan (Reuters) - Kitty Wong and Adolf Yim, both from Hong Kong, are finalising work on a hostel in Taiwan's southern city of Tainan that they hope will open its doors to holiday-makers next month.

Education

Getting back on track

AFTER 37 years, Shahinuddin Shariff traded his lawyer robes to spearhead Education Malaysia Global Services (EMGS), a wholly-owned company of the Education Ministry that operates a one-stop-centre for international student services together with the Immigration Department.

Golf

Is the Msian Open really set to return?

THE golf industry is awash with speculation that an announcement on the resuscitation of the Malaysian Open championship is imminent, with some even suggesting that it could be within the next four or so weeks.

AseanPlus News

Beijing bans gender prejudice in hiring practices

BEIJING: Beijing has banned any form of gender discrimination in hiring procedures and encouraged employers to offer more support for female employees who have recently given birth.

Nation

Love, a costly affair

PETALING JAYA: He was an attractive guy she met online, and they went for dinner.

Tennis

Nadal shrugs off difficult build-up for Wimbledon

(Reuters) - Rafael Nadal has taken a tumble in practice and lost two warm-up matches in what has appeared a problematic build-up to Wimbledon but he was adamant on Saturday that he will be ready to launch a concerted assault on a third title.