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Malaysia says North Korean firms linked to arms trade being deactivated

Malaysia says North Korean firms linked to arms trade being deactivated

Malaysia's authorities were aware that two North Korea-linked companies operated an arms business in the country and both were being struck from the Company Registry, the police chief said on Tuesday. Reuters reported on Monday that North Korean intellig

5 min. ago in World News
 
Aramco's Malaysia deal gives Saudis upper hand in fight for Asia oil share

Aramco's Malaysia deal gives Saudis upper hand in fight for Asia oil share

Top global oil exporter Saudi Arabia broke from the pack in the race to lock up Asian market share after agreeing on Tuesday to pump $7 billion into a refinery-petrochemical complex in Malaysia, analysts said. State oil giant Saudi Aramco's IPO-ARMO.SE i

9 min. ago in Business
 
Airbus: Dumont to replace Champion as head of engineering for commercial aircraft

Airbus: Dumont to replace Champion as head of engineering for commercial aircraft

Airbus (AIR.PA) named on Tuesday Jean-Brice Dumont as head of engineering at its commercial aircraft division, one of the key posts within the European aerospace and defence group. Airbus said in a statement that Dumont - currently head of engineering at

23 min. ago in Business
 
Tata Sons moves to settle $1.18 billion legal dispute with DoCoMo

Tata Sons moves to settle $1.18 billion legal dispute with DoCoMo

India's Tata Sons has agreed to pay NTT DoCoMo (9437.T) $1.18 billion to buy out the Japanese firm's stake in a telecoms joint venture, paving the way for the settlement of a long-standing dispute days after a new chairman took charge at the Indian congl

34 min. ago in Business
 

Indians mourn Kansas shooting victim in home-town funeral

Dozens of people gathered in the Indian city of Hyderabad on Tuesday for the funeral of an engineer shot dead in the United States last week, an attack that has raised fears for the safety of Indians abroad. A white U.S. Navy veteran has been charged wit

39 min. ago in World News
 

U.N. urges aid access to Yemen ports to avert looming famine

A United Nations official visiting both sides in Yemen's civil war has urged them to guarantee more access to the country's ports to let food, fuel and medicine imports in to help ward off a looming famine. Emergency relief coordinator Stephen O'Brien sa

44 min. ago in World News
 
Manbij is Turkey's next step in Syria operation, Erdogan says

Manbij is Turkey's next step in Syria operation, Erdogan says

Turkey-backed forces will move towards the northern Syrian town of Manbij after completing their operation in al-Bab as originally planned, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday. In a news conference in Ankara before embarking on an official v

55 min. ago in World News
 
Cambodia's Hun Sen says he and Trump object to 'anarchic' media

Cambodia's Hun Sen says he and Trump object to 'anarchic' media

Cambodia's authoritarian Prime Minister Hun Sen has expressed sympathy for U.S. President Donald Trump's antipathy towards the media, saying both he and Trump saw the media as stirring anarchy. Hun Sen, whose rule of more than 30 years has been marked by

55 min. ago in World News
 
Philippine president says will call police back to drug war

Philippine president says will call police back to drug war

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday said he would have to call the police back to his war on drugs, nearly a month after suspending the force from all operations in the bloody campaign. Duterte said the recall would not mean all police would

today, 09:07 in World News
 

Relations with U.S. at lowest level since Cold War - Russia's deputy foreign minister

Relations between Russia and the United States are at the lowest level since the Cold War, the Interfax news agency reported on Tuesday, citing Sergei Ryabkov, Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister. The RIA news agency also quoted Ryabkov as saying Russia wou

today, 09:00 in World News
 
European shares edge higher, earnings support

European shares edge higher, earnings support

European shares edged higher on Tuesday after encouraging earnings releases, with Meggitt (MGGT.L) leading the market up after reporting a sharp rise in profits and Ferrovial (FER.MC) also advancing after results news. The pan-European STOXX 600 index wa

today, 08:59 in Business
 
Go-Ahead Group lowers full-year profit outlook due to Southern rail strike

Go-Ahead Group lowers full-year profit outlook due to Southern rail strike

British transport group Go-Ahead Group Plc (GOG.L) said full year profits would be lower than it previously expected due in part to repeated strike action on Southern railways. Go-Ahead, which owns 65 percent of Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) that runs t

today, 08:56 in Business
 

Clashes in Palestinian camp in Lebanon kill child - state news agency

Clashes between gunmen in the Ain el-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp in southern Lebanon killed a child on Tuesday, the latest casualty in several days of violence, the state-run National News Agency reported. Witnesses said the boy was severely wounded

today, 08:56 in World News
 
European shares edge higher, earnings support

European shares edge higher, earnings support

European shares edged higher on Tuesday after encouraging earnings releases, with Meggitt (MGGT.L) leading the market up after reporting a sharp rise in profits and Ferrovial (FER.MC) also advancing after results news. The pan-European STOXX 600 index wa

today, 08:49 in World News
 

Clashes in Palestinian camp in Lebanon kill child - state news agency

Clashes between gunmen in the Ain el-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp in southern Lebanon killed a child on Tuesday, the latest casualty in several days of violence, the state-run National News Agency reported. Witnesses said the boy was severely wounded

today, 08:44 in World News
 


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