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NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's administration says that on Saturday (2000 EDT/0000 GMT Sunday) all United Nations sanctions on Iran have to be restored and a conventional arms embargo on the country will no longer expire in mid-October.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's air force scrambled jets for a second consecutive day on Saturday as multiple Chinese aircraft approached the island and crossed the sensitive midline of the Taiwan Strait, with the island's government urging Beijing to "pull back from the edge."
BEIJING/SHANGHAI: China's auto market is likely to shrink for the third year in a row in 2020, the country's top auto body is expected to say on Monday, but industry watchers are cautiously hoping a sales recovery in lower-tier cities ease the pace of decline.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Russian parliament overwhelmingly backed President Vladimir Putin's surprise choice for prime minister on Thursday after what one daily called a "January revolution", a major political overhaul that some say could set Putin up as leader for life.
KUCHING: The judiciary will step up its mobile courts programme in Sabah and Sarawak, not only in remote areas, but also for the urban poor.
Apple Inc and other technology companies should cooperate with US investigators, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Jan 15.
HONG KONG (Bloomberg): Hong Kong’s leader said China could continue guaranteeing the city its separate freedoms under the "one country, two systems” principle after it expires in 2047.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - With tweets of solidarity in Farsi and technological tools to circumvent internet shutdowns, U.S. President Donald Trump might be close to exhausting his options to support Iranian protesters rising up against their rulers.
TOKYO (AFP): Japanese car giant Toyota said Thursday (Jan 16) it is investing nearly US$400 million in a company working on commercialising electric flying cars for "fast, quiet and affordable air transportation services".
KUALA LUMPUR: The breakfast scheme for students in national schools will continue but only for those who are deserving, says Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad.