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KAMPALA (Reuters) - Uganda on Tuesday protested to Rwanda over the killing of two of its nationals by Rwandan security personnel and demanded that they be punished in a further sign of fraying relations between the neighbouring states.
COPENHAGEN: Negative interest rates are unnaturally propping up the stock market and at some point the whole edifice will collapse. It’s an oft-repeated theory, but history suggests it might be wrong.
DUBAI: Sputtering progress toward a trade deal and signs of weakness in the Chinese economy are looming as the biggest threats to the wave of optimism spreading across emerging markets.
WASHINGTON(Reuters) - For Michael Mucchetti, the fall of the Berlin Wall 30 years ago marked the start of a deeply personal relationship with Germany, and he is determined to ensure that broader U.S.-German ties survive political disputes currently dividing the allies.
KUCHING: Hit by weak export prices, erosion of international market share and dwindling output, Sarawak’s leading plywood manufacturers have sought help from the state authorities to ride through the tough times.
While the United States and China appear keen to sign the first phase of a trade deal, could China’s request for a rollback in tariffs be a potential stumbling block?
AS uncertainty over Brexit spills into its fourth year, Swiftool Precision Engineering has taken a tough investment decision: it will press ahead with a plan to spend £250,000 (RM1.3mil) on a 3D printer but a new workshop roof will have to wait.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi security forces killed at least five people on Saturday as they pushed protesters back towards their main camp in central Baghdad using live ammunition, tear gas and sound bombs, police and medics said.
The most mysterious of the ‘stan’ countries, Turkmenistan is a destination worth checking out.
NEW YORK:Oil prices pared losses on Friday, after earlier falling more than 1% following comments from U.S. President Donald Trump that he has not agreed to roll back tariffs on China