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VIENNA/MUNICH: Osram advised shareholders to accept a 4.3 billion euro ($4.8 billion) bid from AMS on Monday, bringing the Austrian sensor specialist a step closer to taking over the bigger German lighting group.
LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel lashed out at British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday for failing to propose serious alternatives to unlock a Brexit deal before the Oct.31 divorce date and seeking to blame the bloc for the "nightmare".
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates' energy minister said on Monday that his country has spare oil capacity to deal with possible supply disruptions after attacks on Saudi oil facilities this week but that it was too early to call for an emergency OPEC meeting.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong's businesses and metro stations reopened as usual on Monday after a chaotic Sunday when police fired water cannon, tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters who blocked roads and threw petrol bombs outside government headquarters.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): "The Longest Non-Stop Live National Telecast In Various Languages" produced by the national news agency (Bernama) will provide numerous programmes and useful information in conjunction with Malaysia Day beginning at 7am on Monday (Sept 16).
Although some believed he was betrayed by his own party, he was a gentleman politician unfazed by all the lobbying and jostling around him. Hopefully history will be kind to a true Indonesian patriot.
HAVANA (Reuters) - International rights groups this week denounced Communist-run Cuba's arrest of dissident journalist Roberto Quinones after what they say was a sham trial, while local opposition activists complained of worsening harassment.
AFTER working in Star Media Group Bhd (SMG) for 25 years, Anna Rita Jeroldine Rajan refers to the company as her second home.
KIEV (Reuters) - Ukrainian tycoon Ihor Kolomoisky said on Friday he saw room for an amicable solution in his long battle with the authorities over the country's largest lender, PrivatBank, now that President Volodymyr Zelenskiy was in power.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Dozens of journalists at the state-run Bulgarian National Radio (BNR) staged a protest on Friday in support of media freedom after a colleague known for her coverage of the country's graft-prone judicial system was briefly suspended from her job.