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PARIS (Reuters) - Most days, Yannick Stec drives a Paris metro train through tunnels beneath the Arc de Triomphe, but on Tuesday he was on strike and marching above ground to protect France's public services from a government he said is bent on undermining them.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin is blaming political chicanery, not its own sports officials, after doctored laboratory data resulted in a ban that means Russia will appear on the global sports stage without its flag or anthem for the next four years.
JAKARTA: For Sari Tjakrawiralaksana, 42, the pain of giving birth to her son 10 years ago did not only stem from post-caesarean wounds, but also remarks from relatives.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A nine-year-old Belgian boy who was on track to become the world's youngest university graduate has terminated his studies at the Dutch university of Eindhoven following a dispute over his possible graduation date.
SINGAPORE (ANN): from Jan 1, those who subscribe to Netflix and other overseas digital services will have to pay a 7% goods and services tax (GST).
GENEVA (Reuters) - A Swiss court convicted a Belgian lawyer on Monday of money-laundering and forgery for taking shares now worth more than 60 million Swiss francs ($60 million) from Belgium's richest family and stashing them in accounts and offshore companies.
PUTRAJAYA: There will be more engagements with the public to make them better understand what happens when fuel prices are floated next month, says Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Nasution Ismail.
MOHD Rizal Madam has worn many hats since leaving school.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss prosecutors are preparing to return money to the South American soccer association that was seized from Swiss bank accounts during a sweeping global probe of corruption involving world soccer officials.
SOUTHFIELD: General Motors Co. executives had laid the groundwork for a new labour agreement with the United Auto Workers union in September 2015. The company had met most of the union’s demands with a proposal that would have boosted pay and benefits by almost $1 billion over four years.