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BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombian police thwarted an assassination attempt against Rodrigo Londono, former commander of the demobilized FARC rebels better known by his nom de guerre Timochenko, a senior official said Sunday.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A new scientific analysis of a large gold bar found decades ago in downtown Mexico City reveals it was part of the plunder Spanish conquerors tried to carry away as they fled the Aztec capital after native warriors forced a hasty retreat.
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela's pro-government Constituent Assembly on Monday approved a trial for four opposition lawmakers accused of committing crimes including treason and conspiracy.
RAINFOREST Pavilion happens in Le Noir KL’s Club tonight featuring Halim Ardie with Westseven.
Navis Capital Partners was founded in 1998 to make private equity (PE) investments in buyouts, recapitalisation and financial restructuring in Asia, particularly in enterprises with a strong or developing presence in South-East Asia, Australia and Hong Kong. Since its founding, Navis has made over 80 controlling investments, with 50 exits so far.
Ekovest Bhd’s announcement that it is willing to plough up to RM213.5mil into PLS Plantations Bhd shows just how much it is banking on the durian business.
CASABLANCA, Chile (Reuters) - Beekeeper Pablo Alvarez squats beside his backyard hives and points upward into a cloudless Chilean sky. Bees come and go along the line he signals, flying in unison as if riding an invisible highway in the air.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Students and state workers dispersed peacefully in cities across Chile late on Wednesday, following mass protests against inequality, even as President Sebastian Pinera pledged social reforms to try to quell days of rioting.
PETALING JAYA: Private equity firm Navis Capital Partners has acquired Malaysian durian exporter, Hernan Corp, according to a media statement.
BUENOS AIRES: Argentina's government authorised currency controls on Sunday in an about-face by President Mauricio Macri, who had previously lifted many protectionist practices of his predecessor, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.