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Indonesia was rocked by more than 11 000 earthquakes last year

Jan 12 2019 11:13

Indonesia was rattled by more than 11 500 earthquakes last year, almost double the annual average of the past decade, according to the nation’s meteorological agency.

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    Trump, Xi set for `big meeting' as investors await trade truce

    Dec 01 2018 11:01

    President Donald Trump and China’s Xi Jinping will sit down for a highly anticipated dinner with investors and allies eager for a truce in the trade war between the world’s two largest economies.

    International

    EU Plan to tax Facebook as Amazon heads for Brussels showdown

    Nov 05 2018 19:01

    Finance ministers meeting in Brussels will try to push forward a legislative proposal for a levy on the European sales of companies with a global annual revenue of $853m or more, such as Facebook, Alphabet and Amazon.

    International

    Beirut's ghost apartments are haunting the economy

    Nov 04 2018 16:06

    Permanently-drawn curtains on the city’s empty luxury high-rises and dust gathering over shuttered storefronts in the Beirut Souks mall offer a glimpse of the economic gloom gathering over one of the world’s most indebted countries.

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    Trump seeks to limit birthright citizenship in constitution

    Oct 30 2018 16:50

    US President Donald Trump says he plans to sign an executive order ending birthright citizenship for babies of non-citizens and unauthorised immigrants born on US soil.

    International

    Pakistan's 'penniless billionaires' expose money laundering frenzy

    Oct 29 2018 13:24

    It took rickshaw driver Mohammad Rasheed a year to save 300 rupees to buy his daughter a bike, so when he found three billion rupees ($22.5 million) had passed through an unused bank account in his name, he was stunned ... and scared.

    International

    Saudi Crown Prince has `blood on his hands', Erdogan aide says

    Oct 24 2018 10:03

    Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has “blood on his hands” in the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a top aide to Turkey’s president said, in his country’s first direct accusation against the power behind the Saudi throne.

    International

    Moelis keeps hand extended to Saudis as rival bankers pull back

    Oct 24 2018 08:50

    The founder and chief of his eponymous investment bank traveled to Riyadh to extol the virtues of friendship. He stood out as many of the titans of U.S. finance sat out the kingdom’s signature investment summit amid international outrage over the killing of government critic Jamal Khashoggi.

    International

    Erdogan says Khashoggi murder was planned, rejecting Saudi claim

    Oct 23 2018 13:14

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan rejected Riyadh’s account of the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi at Saudi Arabia’s consulate in Istanbul, saying the murder was the result of a meticulously planned plot and calling on the Saudi king to hold all culprits to account.

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    Deutsche Bank, Siemens CEOs waver on attending Saudi event after journo goes missing

    Oct 17 2018 17:20

    The heads of Deutsche Bank and Siemens, two of Germany’s biggest companies, are among a dwindling number of high-profile delegates still scheduled to attend an investment conference in Saudi Arabia following the disappearance of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

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    Saudi stocks drop as Pompeo lands in Riyadh amid Khashoggi probe

    Oct 16 2018 11:40

    Saudi Arabian stocks retreated as US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo arrived in the kingdom to meet with King Salman bin Abdulaziz over the disappearance of writer Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey.

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