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NEW YORK, Oct. 9 (Xinhua) -- Oil prices retreated on Friday after oil workers in Norway called off a strike that had threatened energy production in the country.
LONDON, Oct 9 (Reuters): Oil prices inched up on Friday, setting both benchmark contracts on track for their biggest weekly gains since early June, on the back of supply outages caused by a storm in the Gulf of Mexico and a strike of offshore workers in Norway.
At 7:04am on an autumn Thursday in Tokyo, the stewards of the world’s third-largest equity market realised they had a problem.
OSLO: Norwegian oil workers expanded their ongoing strike on Monday, the Lederne labour union said, in an escalation expected by energy firms to shut oil and gas production at up to six offshore fields.
App makers, developers and startup founders in India are calling for setting up an all-Indian app store to reduce the dependency on global tech giants who have increasingly come under criticism for alleged unfair practices aimed at cornering market share.
JOHOR BARU: A local non-governmental organisation hopes to rally the people for a peaceful gathering near the JB Customs, Immigration and Quarantine complex to get the government to reopen the border with Singapore.
BUTTERWORTH: Residents of a condominium block here held a peaceful protest over “inaction” against noisy homestay guests for the past eight months.
BEIJING, Sept 22 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday shared his thoughts on the role of the United Nations (UN) in the post-COVID era, opposing unilateralism, bullying or any country acting like "boss of the world."
BEIRUT (Reuters) - President Michel Aoun said on Monday that Lebanon faced a crisis over forming a government and proposed annulling sectarian quotas in the main cabinet ministries.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The High Court here on Monday (Sept 21) advised that the defamation suit filed by former Federal Territories minister Khalid Abdul Samad against online news portal, Free Malaysia Today (FMT) and its former editor-in-chief, be settled amicably.