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THERMAL coal’s rally to 13-year high in Asia has done little to dampen overall demand, but the region is increasingly becoming split between those countries willing and able to pay high prices, and those who are cutting now unaffordable imports
MURMANSK, Russia (Reuters) - Russia on Friday begins laying its first undersea fibre optic communications cable through the Arctic as part of a state-run project to bring high-speed internet to its remote hydrocarbon-rich north after a private-led initiative stalled.
Tunisia: After years of war in Libya, Tunisian traders celebrated the reopening of the border with their oil-rich north African neighbour as a positive sign they hoped would stimulate economic growth.
But first we need to ask ourselves, as an Urdu aphorism states: if the horse befriends the grass, what would it eat?
Co-working has become increasingly popular in Libya, a country beset by frequent blackouts and internet cuts after a decade of war.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Diego Maradona had more talent than almost any other footballer in history but his cult status in Argentina and around the world went far beyond the pitch. His flaws made him human and his battling nature won him adoration.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Protesters in Santiago defied a citywide lockdown meant to combat the spread of the coronavirus, barricading roads and looting early into the morning on Wednesday in support of a proposal to allow Chileans to withdraw part of their pensions amid the crisis.
ROME (Reuters) - More than 680 people have died from coronavirus in Italy in the last 24 hours, the Civil Protection Agency said on Wednesday, as concerns grew that the disease was spreading more towards the south of the country.
JAKARTA: Indonesia’s military has stepped up naval and aerial patrols of the Natuna Sea area because of a rising number of foreign fishing vessels in the region.
MAPUTO (Reuters) - Mozambique's President Filipe Nyusi is heading for a landslide victory in elections, according to a preliminary estimate by an observer group on Monday, in a contest the opposition claims has been tarnished by "mega fraud".