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SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's Wollemi Pines survived the dinosaurs, and now firefighters have nursed them through the country's worst bushfires in generations to live another day.
TOKYO: Nissan is "in no way" planning to end its partnership with Renault, the Japanese auto giant insisted on Tuesday (Jan 14) after a report suggested a divorce was possible in the wake of the Carlos Ghosn scandal.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Yamaha Corporation, has warned people not to try and squeeze inside musical instrument cases after reports former Nissan Motor boss Carlos Ghosn fled Japan concealed inside in one.
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Every morning as the sun rises over the dusty, overgrown ruins of the Haitian capital's iconic cathedral, Paul Christandro, who lived nearby all his life, thinks about the day ten years ago when he watched it come down, killing his friends.
PETALING JAYA: Experts are saying the air quality in Malaysia has worsened due to urbanisation and the seasonal haze in the country.
JAKARTA: (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Experts on urban planning and flood mitigation have urged the public to engage in a healthier, more comprehensive discussion about flood mitigation instead of riding on a political spat between Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan and Public Works and Housing Minister Basuki Hadimuljono regarding a 17-kilometre stretch of the Ciliwung River, a minor issue in Greater Jakarta's overall flood problem.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - An Iranian rocket attack on U.S. forces based in Iraq has sent markets into turmoil and investors racing for safety. Here are analyst views on the market moves:
TOKYO: Nissan Motor will continue to take legal action against Carlos Ghosn to hold the former chairman to account, the Japanese carmaker said on Tuesday (Jan 7).
BEIJING: The made-in-China Tesla has arrived. That’s getting investors excited about everything that goes into the electric vehicles - from valves and auto glass to headrests and seats. The enthusiasm for Tesla’s Chinese suppliers may be premature, though.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese legal officials are poring over Lebanese laws in a bid to find a way to return ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn to Japan, a Ministry of Justice senior official said on Tuesday, adding that Tokyo will do its utmost to have him face trial on financial misconduct charges.