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[BRASILIA] Brazil's acting president Michel Temer on Tuesday called for reforms to haul Latin America's biggest economy back from crippling recession and slammed what he called "...

[BERLIN] Foreign investors are more loyal to Germany than ever before, with only 8 per cent planning to relocate parts of their operation elsewhere, according to a survey by EY published on Tuesday...

[ISTANBUL] Spending on humanitarian relief has tripled in the last 10 years but is still too small to meet demand, a top UN official told AFP Tuesday as she called for a fundamental re-think of the...

[WASHINGTON] US Senator Bernie Sanders on Tuesday called for a recount of votes cast in last weeks' Kentucky Democratic presidential primary, after unofficial results showed him narrowly losing...

[OTTAWA] Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's popularity has reached a new high, even after his arguably worst day in office that saw him recently jostle fellow lawmakers, a poll found...

[PARIS] France's government stepped up efforts Tuesday to break blockades and strikes at refineries that are threatening to paralyse the country just three weeks ahead of the Euro 2016 football...

THE HAGUE] Dutch MPs voted on Tuesday to strip dual nationals of their Dutch citizenship if they join terror groups such as the so-called Islamic State group to fight as jihadists, officials said.

[NEW YORK] The US dollar mostly strengthened Tuesday as the market increasingly priced in a Federal Reserve interest rate hike in the next couple of months, helped by hawkish comments from Fed...

THE Ministry of Manpower (MOM), which has been reiterating in recent months that it's watching closely the economic and labour market situation, on Tuesday warned it will cut the work pass...

PRIME Minister Shinzo Abe may make a further bid to win understanding from the Group of Seven (G-7) advanced economies of the need for Japan to intervene in foreign exchange markets to curb recent...