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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russia's military buildup near Ukraine has expanded to include supplies of blood along with other medical materials that would allow it to treat casualties, in yet another key indicator of Moscow's military readiness, three U.S. officials tell Reuters.
ALMATY (Reuters) - Some anti-government protesters in Kazakhstan, angry at a steep rise in car fuel prices, said their peaceful demonstrations this month were hijacked by mysterious masked men and that they feel they were tricked into fuelling a clan power struggle.
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Friday (Jan 28)
DINGUCHA, India (Reuters) - Relatives and neighbours of the Indian family who froze to death near the US-Canada border last week said the father repeatedly failed to secure better paid jobs in recent years, prompting them to take a risky trip aided by an illegal migrant network.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Russia says it does not want war but has placed a "gun on the table" in its negotiations with the United States by massing troops on Ukraine's borders, U.S. Ambassador to Moscow John Sullivan said on Friday.
KUALA LUMPUR: The fire that broke out at the Malaysian Embassy in Seoul, South Korea, on Friday (Jan 28) caused only minor damage to one of the rooms on the second floor of the building.
KUALA LUMPUR: The rise in global coal prices is expected to affect the new electricity rates for the next three years, which will be announced by the government soon, says analysts.
BENGALURU (Reuters) -Alphabet Inc's Google will invest up to $1 billion in India's Bharti Airtel as the U.S. technology giant expands its hold in India, sending shares of the telecom operator as much as 6.6% higher on Friday.
The US' drinking water supplies are vulnerable to large-scale distruption and have "absolutely inadequate" cybersecurity, warn senior officials.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets were mixed on Friday (Jan 28), at the end of a broadly damaging week for global investors as the Federal Reserve gave notice that the days of ultra-cheap cash were coming to an end quicker than some had envisaged.