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PARIS (Reuters) - A short walk from the Eiffel Tower, Fatih Birol oversees the world’s energy watchdog, whose analyses of fuel demand have long been viewed as the gold standard by government officials, energy executives and investors.
PEKING University welcomed hundreds of students from various higher educational institutions from Asean countries late last month.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysians on social media are seemingly outraged by a beauty pageant that referred to the country as the "Republic of Malaysia".
More and more families are using messenger services to stay in touch through group chats. While this can be a positive way to communicate, there are also some downsides.
KOTA KINABALU: A fight among seven teenage girls from two villages landed them in the police lock-up.
KOTA KINABALU: Name-calling resulting in a fight landed seven students in lock-up on Tuesday (Oct 29).
KUALA LUMPUR: Information on the second Samurai bond issuance will be announced through a formal statement, Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng said.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran has yet to present any evidence against a French-Iranian academic and her French colleague held on security charges, their lawyer said on Monday, in a case that may complicate French efforts to defuse tension between Washington and Tehran.
PUTRAJAYA: Hew Kuan Yau must resign as the chief executive officer of the Malaysia-China Business Council over his role in the comic book controversy, says MCA Youth chairman Nicole Wong Siaw Ting.
Juba (Reuters) - Peace talks between key rebel groups and the Sudanese government hit an obstacle on Wednesday when one major group said it will not sit down for direct talks with Khartoum until its demands are met.