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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Patrick Reed's dismal Presidents Cup continued on Saturday as he and Webb Simpson slumped to a third successive defeat at Royal Melbourne, the U.S. pair going down 5&3 to the Internationals' Hideki Matsuyama and CT Pan in the morning fourballs.
A large Korean study shows that those who brush their teeth three times of more a day have a lower risk of heart disease.
LONDON: The scale of Boris Johnson's election victory on Thursday may be enough to draw back billions of pounds of investment that have sidestepped UK stocks for years over Brexit, mirroring the U.S. market surge seen after Donald Trump's election three years ago.
NEW YORK: Global equity markets and oil prices rose on Friday after China and the United States agreed on an initial trade deal that rolls back some U.S. tariffs in exchange for China's increased purchase of farm goods, cooling a contentious trade war.
BRUSSELS/HELSINKI (Reuters) - She may be the world's youngest-serving head of government, but Finland's newly appointed prime minister does not feel like a role model, 34-year-old Sanna Marin told Reuters on Friday.
MADRID (Reuters) - The Spanish government on Friday authorised nearly 150 million euros (128.60 million pounds) in subsidies to ease the strain on its migrant-processing system after a recent spike in arrivals from Latin America overwhelmed its social services.
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland sees limited room for diplomacy and dialogue with Russia, a senior Polish official said, despite attempts by French President Emmanuel Macron to persuade Warsaw to rethink its relationship with Moscow.
Dazzling tinsel, ‘snow’ and dreamy scenes reflective of Christmas mesmerise shoppers at KL and Putrajaya malls.
Cleanliness a shared responsibility but not everyone plays their part.