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SEOUL (Reuters) - The U.S. military said it has begun notifying nearly 9,000 South Korean workers that they will be put on leave starting April if Seoul and Washington fail to reach a deal on sharing costs for the upkeep of 28,500 U.S. soldiers in South Korea.
SJK (T) MENGLEMBU’s long-delayed new classroom building will be completed soon and occupied by April, Makkal Osai reported.
LAGOS/ABUJA (Reuters) - Ask a Nigerian what corrupt politicians do with public funds and he or she may say, "They chop it." The Oxford English Dictionary agrees.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The euro zone's top bank supervisor blamed a "mess" of diverging laws across the bloc on Tuesday for the European Central Bank's failure to stop Angolan billionaire Isabel dos Santos, who is suspected of fraud, from controlling a bank in Portugal.
WARSAW (Reuters) - The door to a dialogue between Poland and the European Union on judicial reform is open and the EU hopes to find a long-term solution to tensions between Warsaw and Brussels, EU Values and Transparency Commissioner Vera Jourova said on Tuesday.
KOTA KINABALU: Edward Taning, a disabled man famous for his backwards-walking stunts for charity, is targeting a more challenging gig.
NAYPYIDAW (Eleven Media Group/ANN): Myanmar earned over US$280 million from over 980,000 tonnes of rice and broken rice export from Oct 1 to Jan 10 this fiscal year, according to the Myanmar Rice Federation (MRF).
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department removed a National Public Radio reporter from the press pool for Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's upcoming foreign trip, a press association and NPR said on Monday, days after Pompeo angrily responded to another NPR journalist's interview with him.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): An Algerian national recently found adrift in the Timor Sea after attempting to swim to Australia from Timor Leste is to be sent back to his home country, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) authorities have confirmed.
RIYADH (Reuters) - Gulf Arab states have long channelled funds into Lebanon's fragile economy but its rich neighbours, alarmed by the rising influence of their arch-rival Iran's ally Hezbollah, now appear loath to help ease Beirut's worst financial crisis in decades.