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Sri Lanka attacks likely the work of Islamist militants: experts

11:07am BST

JAKARTA/SINGAPORE Coordinated Easter Sunday bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka bore the hallmarks of militant groups Islamic State or al Qaeda, security experts said on Monday, citing the level of sophistication of the attacks.

Sri Lanka attacks likely the work of Islamist militants: experts

11:02am BST

JAKARTA/SINGAPORE Coordinated Easter Sunday bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka bore the hallmarks of militant groups Islamic State or al Qaeda, security experts said on Monday, citing the level of sophistication of the attacks.

Sri Lanka attacks likely the work of Islamist militants - experts

11:01am BST

JAKARTA/SINGAPORE Coordinated Easter Sunday bombings at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka bore the hallmarks of militant groups Islamic State or al Qaeda, security experts said on Monday, citing the level of sophistication of the attacks.

RPT-EXCLUSIVE-EU risks "trade war" with Malaysia over palm oil - Mahathir

29 Mar 2019

LANGKAWI, Malaysia, March 28 The European Union risks opening up a trade war with Malaysia over its "grossly unfair" policies aimed at reducing the use of palm oil, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Thursday.

Exclusive: EU risks 'trade war' with Malaysia over palm oil - Mahathir

29 Mar 2019

LANGKAWI The European Union risks opening up a trade war with Malaysia over its "grossly unfair" policies aimed at reducing the use of palm oil, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said on Thursday.

EXCLUSIVE-EU risks "trade war" with Malaysia over palm oil - Mahathir

28 Mar 2019

* Mahathir gives no date for handover to Anwar (Updates with comment on no date for stepping down)

Ramaphosa plan to fix South Africa's Eskom faces roadblocks

08 Feb 2019

JOHANNESBURG South African President Cyril Ramaphosa's plan to split struggling state power utility Eskom is a positive show of intent to investors, although a lack of detail has raised concerns that change will take years to deliver.

Roadblocks circle Ramaphosa's plan to fix South Africa's Eskom

08 Feb 2019

JOHANNESBURG South African President Cyril Ramaphosa's plan to split struggling state power utility Eskom is a positive show of intent to investors but a lack of detail has raised market concerns that concrete change will take years to deliver.

ANALYSIS-Roadblocks circle Ramaphosa's plan to fix South Africa's Eskom

08 Feb 2019

JOHANNESBURG, Feb 8 South African President Cyril Ramaphosa's plan to split struggling state power utility Eskom is a positive show of intent to investors but a lack of detail has raised market concerns that concrete change will take years to deliver.

Trump and land fears boost South Africa's white right 'state'

23 Nov 2018

PRETORIA When U.S. President Donald Trump pledged to investigate large scale killings of white farmers in South Africa and violent takeovers of land, Pretoria said he was misinformed. Elsewhere, there was quiet satisfaction. | Video

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