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The pollution incident in Sungai Kim Kim earlier this year has cast a spotlight on the country's waterways, but the river in Pasir Gudang is not even the dirtiest in Malaysia.
The roughly $50 billion in agriculture products touted by President Trump is far beyond what China has historically spent each year
WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO: Facebook Inc Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday defended the social media company's light regulation of speech and lack of fact checking on political advertising, while citing China's censorship as a roadblock to operating in the country.
RIYADH/LONDON/DUBAI: Saudi Arabia is setting the stage for a blockbuster listing of state oil giant Saudi Aramco in Riyadh, relying on easy credit for retail investors and pushing rich locals to invest with cash held abroad to achieve a $2 trillion (1.6 trillion pounds) valuation target.
NEW YORK: Oil prices rose about 1% on Thursday after draws in U.S. fuel inventories, but gains were capped by a larger-than-expected rise in crude stockpiles and a series of weak economic figures.
LONDON/NEW YORK: A deal on Britain's departure agreed with the European Union sent sterling to a five-month high on Thursday and hoisted European stocks to a 1-1/2-year peak before doubts about UK parliamentary support brought them back to earth.
TOKYO (Reuters) - All Blacks coach Steve Hansen was not prepared to think about it and Ireland's Joe Schmidt did not address it, yet Saturday's World Cup quarter-final between their sides will mark an end of an era for one of the head coaches.
(Reuters) - The United States struck a ceasefire agreement with Turkey on Thursday that will halt the fighting in exchange for a retreat by Kurdish YPG militia from a "safe zone" area in part because the U.S. believed the Kurds would not be able to hold that area militarily anyway, a top U.S. official said.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Demonstrators and police clashed in Lebanon on Thursday as thousands of people rallied against the government's handling of an economic crisis, in one of the biggest protests the country has seen in years.
FORT WORTH, Texas/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry will step down by the end of the year, President Donald Trump said on Thursday, a day before a deadline set by congressional Democrats for Perry to turn over documents in the impeachment probe.