Malaysia Pledges To Help Swiss Probe As Pressure On PM Grows – NDTV


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Malaysia Pledges To Help Swiss Probe As Pressure On PM Grows
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The scandal hit another gear last July when the $681 million payment to Najib Razak, now 62, was revealed. (AFP photo). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Malaysia’s attorney general promised today to cooperate with a Swiss call for help in probing alleged
Swiss authorities to request Malaysia’s assistance over 1MDB in ‘coming days’Channel News Asia
Malaysia funds diverted: SwissThe Australian (blog)
‘$4bn stolen’ from Malaysian state firmIndependent Online
Yahoo News –Times of Oman
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Main Syrian opposition team heads to Geneva as peace talks open – Channel News Asia


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Main Syrian opposition team heads to Geneva as peace talks open
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A delegation from Syria’s main opposition group flew to Geneva on Saturday to assess whether to join Damascus government officials in United Nations-brokered peace talks, an opposition representative said. Posted 30 Jan 2016 16:25; Updated 30 Jan …
UK welcomes Syrian opposition decision to join peace talksThe Guardian
Main Syria Opposition Group Weighs Joining Geneva Peace TalksNewsweek
Syrian opposition group: Not coming to Geneva to negotiateCNN International

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UN chief tells African leaders not to 'cling to power' – Channel News Asia


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UN chief tells African leaders not to ‘cling to power’
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U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon told African leaders on Saturday they should not use legal loopholes or undemocratic constitutional changes to “cling to power”, and that they should respect term limits. Posted 30 Jan 2016 22:15. PHOTOS.
AU summit opens with call for unity to tackle Africa’s challengesXinhua
Conflicts in Burundi, South Sudan Dominate AU SummitVoice of America
Mugabe takes a swipe at UN, whiteseNCA
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33 Greece-bound migrants, including young children, drown off Turkey: Report – The Straits Times


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33 Greece-bound migrants, including young children, drown off Turkey: Report
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AYVACIK, Turkey (AFP) – Turkish coastguard officials recovered the bodies of women and children washed up on a beach on Saturday (Jan 30) after yet another migrant boat trying to reach Europe sank, leaving up to 33 dead, according to local media.
Almost 40 dead after migrant boat sinks off TurkeyTODAYonline
The Latest: Report says German intel used refugees for infoDaily Mail
At least 33 migrants, including 5 children, drown off Turkish coastUSA TODAY
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Obama looks to take fight to Islamic State in Libya – Channel News Asia


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Obama looks to take fight to Islamic State in Libya
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Eighteen months after a US-led coalition began airstrikes against IS in Iraq and Syria, multiple administration sources said on Friday that the White House wants to speed up and broaden the effort. Posted 30 Jan 2016 08:02. PHOTOS. A Libyan fireman
Obama looks to take fight to ISIS in LibyaThe Straits Times
Is America about to sleepwalk into a war in Libya?gulfnews.com
Western warmongers have all the answers, and they’re all wrongMiddle East Eye

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Japan's regional banks to bear brunt of Bank of Japan bombshell – THE BUSINESS TIMES


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Japan’s regional banks to bear brunt of Bank of Japan bombshell
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[TOKYO] The Bank of Japan’s shock move to impose negative interest rates is another blow to regional banks already hit by low returns on lending and weak corporate borrowing, and may add to pressure for them to consolidate or accept the advances of …
World stocks heat up as Bank of Japan goes sub-zeroChannel News Asia
World stocks rise as Bank of Japan goes negativeTODAYonline
The BOJ Goes Negative (Rates) on Excess ReservesEconomyWatch.com
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Malaysia at 'high risk' for spread of Zika virus: Health Ministry – Channel News Asia


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Malaysia at ‘high risk’ for spread of Zika virus: Health Ministry
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The Health Ministry says this is due to a large Aedes mosquito population and a lack of immunity. By Sumisha Naidu, Malaysia Correspondent, Channel NewsAsia; Posted 29 Jan 2016 21:25. PHOTOS. An Aedes Aegypti mosquito, which can spread the Zika …
Brazil launches nationwide operation to eliminate mosquitoTODAYonline
Zika Warning: UK Men Told To Use CondomsSky News
Zika: How to protect yourself from the mosquito-borne virusKansas City Star
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Suicide, shooting attack on Saudi Shi'ite mosque kills four – Channel News Asia


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Suicide, shooting attack on Saudi Shi’ite mosque kills four
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DUBAI: A suicide bombing and gun attack on Shi’ite Muslim worshippers killed at least four people in eastern Saudi Arabia on Friday, the interior ministry and witnesses said, extending a spate of attacks on the kingdom’s Shi’ite minority. The assault
4 dead, 18 hurt in Saudi mosque bombing: State TVThe Straits Times
At least four killed, 18 wounded in Saudi Arabia mosque attackThe Guardian
Two killed in attack on Shia mosque in Saudi ArabiaFinancial Times

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Australian schools evacuated, in lockdown after 'threats' – GlobalPost


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Australian schools evacuated, in lockdown after ‘threats’
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Thousands of students were evacuated from schools in two Australian states Friday following hoax bomb threats, with local media saying they could be linked to similar scares in Europe. Several schools in New South Wales, home to Australia’s largest
Thousands of students evacuated after hoax bomb threat in AustraliaDaily News & Analysis
Schools in Victoria evacuated after threatsLaurel Leader Call
Australia: Thousands of Students Evacuated After Hoax Bomb ThreatOutlook India
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Four miners rescued in China after 36 days underground: Xinhua – The Straits Times


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Four miners rescued in China after 36 days underground: Xinhua
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A damaged wall and roads are seen after a gypsum mine collapsed in Pingyi on Dec 25, 2015. PHOTO: REUTERS. Published. 1 hour ago. Updated. 23 min ago. Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Email More. Share Tweet Linkedin Pin Google+ Reddit Print.
Four Chinese miners rescued after 36 days trapped undergroundThe Globe and Mail
China Shandong: Miners rescued after 36 daysBBC News
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