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LE BOURGET, France: Ministers launched a last-stretch haggle Thursday for an elusive accord to stave off disastrous global warming, jolted into action by a round of late-night diplomatic sparring between rich and developing nations.
SINGAPORE: Greenview Secondary School teacher Muhammad Nazir Amir, who teaches science by getting his students to design toys , was Wednesday morning named one of the 50 finalists shortlisted for a US$1mil (RM4.3mil) teaching prize by a Dubai-based education charity.
SEOUL (Reuters) - The head of one of South Korea's two main labour groups turned himself over to police on Thursday after holing up inside a Buddhist temple for nearly four weeks to evade arrest for organising a violent anti-government protest last month.
CORONA, CA (Reuters) - In the days since his high school friend and former neighbour Syed Riswan Farook carried out a deadly attack in Southern California, Enrique Marquez has been thrust to the centre of a massive federal terror investigation.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's Foreign Ministry said on Thursday there was still no agreement among global powers on the lists of the Syrian opposition and terrorist groups, one of the key conditions of launching a full-scale peace process in Arab republic.
NEW YORK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When the winners of this year's Nobel Peace Prize proudly receive their gold medal at an award ceremony on Thursday, a group of Colombian miners will also take pride in the event with the presentation of first Nobel medal made from ethical gold.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China on Thursday rejected a call from a United Nations rights watchdog to halt torture of detainees, saying the group's recommendations were based on unverified information and that it should "improve its work style".
WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland has not yet been able to reach agreement with Britain on its push to curb welfare payments to EU migrants, Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo said on Thursday, a further blow to David Cameron's renegotiations with the 28-member bloc.