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JERUSALEM (Reuters) - An Israeli court has dismissed Amnesty International's legal bid to stop NSO Group from exporting surveillance software, saying the rights organization did not prove the company's technology had been used to spy on its members.
MELAKA: The local bird's nest industry anticipates RM3bil worth of exports by year end, says Veterinary Services Department director-general Datuk Dr Norlizan Mohd Noor.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Libya's National Oil Corp (NOC) on Sunday accused the United Arab Emirates of instructing eastern forces in Libya's civil war to reimpose a blockade of oil exports after the departure of a first tanker in six months.
BANGKOK (Reuters) - A monkey trainer in southern Thailand said on Saturday that few monkeys are involved in harvesting coconuts for export, disputing an activist report which has caused several British supermarkets to ban coconut products from the country.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union countries and their open border neighbours were supposed to ease restrictions in unison in mid-June and then start allowing non-EU visitors in this month.
LONDON/BERLIN/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - If Donald Trump loses in November, it's no secret that most European policymakers will be happy to see his back. But as they envision the possibility of a post-Trump future, many are wondering how quickly the trans-Atlantic alliance can be fixed.
KLANG: Logistics players in Port Klang continue to obtain support with a slew of financial incentives and initiatives as they recover from the onslaught of the Covid-19 pandemic.
DUBAI/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syria could face severe bread shortages for the first time since the start of the war, another challenge for President Bashar al-Assad as he grapples with an economic meltdown and fresh U.S. sanctions, a U.N. official, activists and farmers said.
KLANG: A slew of financial incentives have been put in place to assist logistics players at Port Klang who are recovering from the situation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
MELBOURNE/SYDNEY (Reuters) - When mining giant Rio Tinto blew up two ancient caves in Western Australia's iron-ore rich Pilbara with state approval, the destruction was met with anger from indigenous landowners for whom the sites were of deep cultural and sacred importance.