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SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia’s jobless rate ticked lower in July led by a big bounce in part-time work while full-time employment fell, a mixed result that augurs poorly for wages growth and the
By Lindsay Dunsmuir and Jason Lange
MANILA (Reuters) – Philippine police killed 32 people in dozens of anti-drug operations in a province north of the capital, Manila, in the single deadliest day of President Rodrigo Duterte’s
BEIRUT (Reuters) – Lebanese and Syrian ministers pledged to boost economic ties on Wednesday, part of a visit that has challenged the Lebanese state’s policy of neutrality toward Syria’s war.
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak on Wednesday pledged to stay true to a decades-old positive discrimination policy for the country’s majority ethnic group, ahead of
(Reuters) – The dollar turned lower against most major currencies on Wednesday following an exodus from and eventual disbanding of U.S.