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WASHINGTON/BEIRUT/ANKARA (Reuters) - President Donald Trump imposed sanctions on Turkey on Monday and demanded the NATO ally stop a military incursion in northeast Syria that is rapidly reshaping the battlefield of the world's deadliest ongoing war.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - India should merge two domestic soccer leagues into one top-tier national championship in the 2024/25 season, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) said on Monday in a bid to end years of turmoil in club football.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Gregor Townsend had hoped Scotland's up-tempo brand of rugby would carry them into the knockout stage of the World Cup but their campaign was undone by one side who slowed them to walking pace and another who actually played even faster.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's progress to the World Cup quarter-finals has not only enthralled the host nation but it has also made the heavyweights of the rugby world, including defending champions New Zealand, sit up and take notice.
PARIS (Reuters) - French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Monday that he was not a candidate to replace Sylvie Goulard as French president Emmanuel Macron's choice for European Commissioner.
SINGAPORE (Bloomberg): Ask Nico Purnomo Po about the world-beating stock rally that turned him into Indonesia's latest billionaire, and he'll tell you the market is rewarding his property company's ability to complete big projects in prime locations.
KUALA LUMPUR: UOB Kay Hian Malaysia Research is retaining its Hold call for Gamuda Bhd and a target price of RM3.65 after its foray into Australia and the government's go-ahead to take over its tolled roads.
LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - European Union governments agreed on Monday to limit arms exports to Turkey over its offensive in northern Syria, stopping short of a bloc-wide embargo on a NATO ally.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia will benefit from Indonesia’s decision to relocate its capital to East Kalimantan on Borneo island, Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Marzuki Yahya told the Dewan Rakyat.
Under pressure from China, Apple has removed a smartphone app that enabled Hong Kong protesters to track police.