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UNITED NATIONS/BEIJING (Reuters) - The United States is considering how it will confront China during the annual gathering of world leaders at the United Nations next week over its detention of some 1 million Muslims in a remote region, as some diplomats warn that U.S. leadership in global institutions is waning and China's influence is growing.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Buses may not be the most glamorous mode of transport but at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games, they will represent Toyota Motor Corp's best bet for wider acceptance of hydrogen power - technology so far eclipsed by electric vehicles.
KUALA LUMPUR: UOB Kay Hian Malaysia Research expects upstream oil producers Hibiscus Petroleum Bhd, Reach Energy Bhd and Sapura Energy Bhd to be direct beneficiaries from the disruption in the oil supply after the drone attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil facilities.
SINGAPORE: Oil prices extended their losses from the previous session on Wednesday, after Saudi Arabia's energy minister said the Kingdom will restore lost oil production by the end of the month.
DUBAI (Reuters) - At a weapons exhibition in July in Yemen's Houthi-controlled capital Sanaa, military officials whipped silken sheets off what they said were newly-developed drones and missiles.
(Reuters) - U.S. retail gasoline prices jumped on Tuesday after crude oil futures spiked nearly 15% following weekend attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities, though the increase may be less dramatic than originally anticipated after Saudi Arabia said it might restore its facilities within a few weeks.
People’s Daily says Facebook gave ‘rioters special privileges to disseminate fake news’, while Global Times calls for it to be put on unreliable entity listIt comes after social media giant suspended one outlet’s page and the city’s police reporting hotlines on messaging service WhatsApp
Nepali Internet has become a battleground for debates, which on most occasions, yield nothing but more outrage and resentment.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain will hold its fourth election in four years on Nov. 10 after rival parties failed to break a months-long impasse in a deeply fragmented parliament, with no guarantee the repeat vote will make it any easier for them to form a government.
KUALA LUMPUR: Axiata Group Bhd. is pursuing mergers as a key strategy despite an abrupt end to its plan to form an Asian mobile giant with Telenor ASA, its top executive said.