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KOTA KINABALU: A Forestry DepartA ment outpost at a virgin jungle reserve near Lahad Datu was fired upon by two suspected poachers in their attempt to enter the area.
US Secretary of State John Kerry speaks with Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah, left, at the start of a meeting at the US Embassy in Kabul, July 11, 2014.
Valery Seleznev, a prominent Russian lawmaker and the father of Roman Seleznev, insists that his son is not a hacker.
As China's aviation market booms, local aircraft leasing companies are raising funds in finance hubs like Hong Kong and Singapore in a bet they can win market share from the international players that dominate the industry.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry discussed Afghanistan's political crisis Friday with both contestants in the country's disputed presidential race, but he emphasized that it was too early for any candidate to declare victory.
KUALA LUMPUR: Indonesian nationals working in Malaysia are equally anxious to know the final result of their country's presidential election after both candidates claimed victory based on quick counts.
There is no treatment for dengue, which causes symptoms including fever, severe joint pain, headaches and bleeding.
Not that Shindigger is typically bored during the New York summer, but this year wanderlust has dug in its talons, and we've found ourselves surveying the cocktail circuit on their favorite destinations and modes of travel.
U.S. and Chinese leaders have agreed that China will reduce its intervention in the currency market when conditions are ripe, reaching an understanding on a prickly issue that has hurt ties between the world's two biggest economies for years.
MANILA MTV Asia is looking for an individual who can be part of their social media team for 10 days leading up to the World Stage Malaysia outdoor concert.
Expectations were high, but looks it failed with a great bang. This is the story of none other than PM Narendra Modi's constituency Varanasi, where people were having high hopes that in the rail budget there would be many gifts for the religious city, which blessed Modi with a huge victory.
KARACHI: Sindh Police and districts administrations should provide foolproof security to all minorities including Christian community within their respective areas.
Dublin: Irish police are hoping that Thailand is too distracted by its internal woes to bother with a fugitive Australian alleged drug smuggler who has popped up 18 years later as a Dublin cafe proprietor.
When the jeweller told him that the gem was rare and not readily sold in the West because of "tax issues", Ciaran O'Donnell thought he had a find.
A strong typhoon swerved toward Japan's heavily populated central islands on Wednesday after it slammed through Okinawa, dumping heavy rain, knocking out power and injuring at least 30 people.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 02:22 am
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