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NEW YORK: Oil prices slumped by nearly 4% on Monday as the rapid spread of the coronavirus in countries outside China added to investor concerns over the effect on demand for crude.
AHMEDABAD (AFP): US President Donald Trump received a red-carpet welcome in the world's biggest democracy on Monday (Feb 24), addressing a huge rally at a mega cricket stadium on a maiden official visit to India that is big on photo opportunities but likely short on substance.
ATHENS (Reuters) - France will stand by Greece and Cyprus, supporting both in their disputes with Turkey over maritime zones in the Mediterranean, French Defence Minister Florence Parly was quoted saying in a Greek newspaper on Sunday.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran on Sunday announced a 42% turnout in its parliamentary election, the lowest rate since the 1979 Islamic revolution, while its top leader said Tehran's enemies played up the new coronavirus threat to dissuade people from voting.
Myanmar’s treatment of its ethnic minorities and its handling of the crisis in Rakhine state has implications for the entire region.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Anti-Western hardliners are set to sweep Iran's parliamentary elections and appear favourites to clinch the presidency next year, but an economic crisis could force them to engage with the United States despite their tightening grip on power.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Candidates affiliated with Iran's Revolutionary Guards looked on course to win a parliamentary majority on Saturday, reportedly leading in the race in Tehran and across the country after a vote stacked in favour of loyalists to the supreme leader.
GENEVA/LONDON (Reuters) - The window of opportunity to contain wider international spread of the epidemic of the new coronavirus disease is closing, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Friday, after cases were reported in Iran and Lebanon.
Google is attempting to make sure people know exactly what they're signing up for when they use its online services – though that will still mean reading a lengthy document.
PETALING JAYA: Attorney General Tan Sri Tommy Thomas has dropped the 34 charges brought against the 12 people accused of having links to the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) terrorist group.