You have searched for "exit"
Showing 1-10 of 10000
LONDON (Reuters) - British foreign minister Liz Truss will travel to Saudi Arabia and Qatar this week, seeking to further the case for a trade deal with Gulf countries and deepen diplomatic ties.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The co-leader of Germany's Green Party accused Russian "blackmail" of causing high energy prices across Europe, saying Moscow is trying to leverage Germany to allow the Nord Stream 2 Baltic gas pipeline to begin operations.
(Reuters) - Scotland moved to the brink of reaching the Super 12 stage of the Twenty20 World Cup with a victory over Papua New Guinea on Tuesday, while Bangladesh kept their hopes alive with a convincing win over hosts Oman.
KOTA KINABALU: A Bill to return Sabah and Sarawak to equal status position in the Federal Constitution will be tabled in the next Parliament meeting.
AFTER the absence of Deepavali bazaars last year in Kuala Lumpur, only one is allowed this year, but with strict conditions imposed to ensure everyone’s safety.
Singapore's energy regulator on Tuesday announced rare pre-emptive measures to safeguard the country's energy security as surging global gas prices roiled the city-state's electricity market.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi’s new technology hub says it has seen a surge in interest from start-up firms in the United Arab Emirates and abroad despite the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic last year, amid increased optimism from the sector.
BENGALURU (Reuters) -SoftBank Group-backed Indian ride-hailing firm Ola is set to lose two top executives, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters, ahead of a potential $1 billion initial public offering.
BRUSSELS/LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) -Poland's prime minister came under repeated criticism during a tense debate in the European Parliament on Tuesday, with the EU's chief executive telling Warsaw that its challenge to the supremacy of EU law would not go unpunished.
(Reuters) -Myanmar's military-appointed authorities are doing their best to revive an economy in turmoil since a February coup and stabilise the kyat currency, a minister told Reuters on Tuesday, blaming the crisis partly on foreign backers of its opponents.