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RIO DE JANEIRO/BRASILIA/SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Faced with public outrage after its second mining dam collapse in four years killed at least 240 people in Brazil, Vale SA misrepresented what it had done to shut down its riskiest dams, a review of the company's statements shows.
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Democrat Joe Biden kicked off his 2020 presidential campaign in April at a Teamsters union hall in Pittsburgh, the one-time U.S. steel capital, a well-choreographed show intended to prove that blue-collar voters were central to his effort to win the White House.
KUALA LUMPUR: Foreign funds staged a solid comeback to Bursa Malaysia last week as they turned net buyers after eight straight weeks of selling, according to MIDF Research.
PETRONAS’ third exhibition this year, “Bersama Merentas Zaman”, presents compelling fine art from three prominent Malaysian artists – Bayu Utomo Radjikin, Multhalib Musa and Zulkifli Yusoff.
BENGALURU: Goldman Sachs said an outage of more than six weeks due to drone attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities over the weekend could cause Brent prices to rally above US$75 a barrel, although the magnitude of the impact was uncertain at this point.
Hong Kong: For weeks, Jane lied to her mother about joining Hong Kong’s protests – pretending her rucksack was bulging with books, not supplies – until the ideological rift between them grew so great she had to move out.
NEW YORK: Energy stocks spiked while most of Wall Street fell on Monday after weekend attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities added to investors' concerns about geopolitical risk and a stumbling global economy.
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia said on Monday that the attack on its oil facilities was carried out with Iranian weapons, according to a preliminary investigation, but stopped short of directly blaming regional foe Iran.
SEOUL (Reuters) - The owner of a North Korea-themed pub being renovated in South Korea took down a North Korean flag and portraits of the isolated country's late leaders on Monday after complaints from neighbours who feared he was violating a Cold War-era law.
MAKING lanterns did not interest Esther Yap as a child.