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  • Religious controls in Malaysia worse than Syria, Brunei, study finds

    Religious controls in Malaysia worse than Syria, Brunei, study finds

    todayonline.com 01 Mar '15, 6am

    KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysia practices some of the most stringent controls on religion in the world, ranking seventh out of the 198 countries surveyed in an annual study on religious restrictions and hostilities. The study, published by US-based Pew Research Centre on its website this week...

  • How does Indonesia deal with returning IS fighters?

    todayonline.com 25 Feb '15, 8pm

    Most Indonesian fighters in Syria were facilitated by existing groups including Jemaah Islamiyah (JI), the Ring Banten faction of Darul Islam, and Mujahidin Indonesia Timur (MIT). Those who go through the JI channel join Al Nusra Front and other jihadi groups that are affiliated with ...

  • Apple wants to start producing cars as soon as 2020 - TODAYonline

    Apple wants to start producing cars as soon as 2020

    todayonline.com 21 Feb '15, 8am

    SAN FRANCISCO — Apple, which has been working secretly on a car, is pushing its team to begin production of an electric vehicle as early as 2020, people with knowledge of the matter said. The timeframe — automakers typically spend five to seven years developing a car — underscores the...

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    Genting Singapore’s Q4 net profit down 30% |

    todayonline.com 25 Feb '15, 3am

    SINGAPORE — Genting Singapore yesterday (Feb 24) reported a 30 per cent fall in fourth-quarter net profit. Genting, which derives the bulk of its revenue from the Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) integrated resort, earned S$118.9 million in the three months ended December, down from S$170 ...

  • EU's Tusk rules out euro summit as soon as Sunday

    todayonline.com 20 Feb '15, 8pm

    BRUSSELS - European Council President Donald Tusk will not convene a summit of euro zone leaders on Sunday even if finance ministers have not resolved differences over extending a bailout for Greece, an EU official said on Friday. Confirming that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras ha...

  • Fighting persists in east Ukraine despite ceasefire - TODAYonline

    Fighting persists in east Ukraine despite ceasefire

    todayonline.com 20 Feb '15, 10am

    KIEV/VUHLEHIRSK, Ukraine - Fighting persisted in east Ukraine on Friday despite new European efforts to ensure a ceasefire takes hold. The Ukrainian military said pro-Russian separatists had attacked positions held by government troops 49 times in the past 24 hours, using rockets, art...

  • Chatuchak vendors sold short in struggle for survival

    todayonline.com 22 Feb '15, 2pm

    Coming from a family of limited means, the young Mr Weerapoj always believed in working hard, and hoped that one day he would be able to run his own business. Just five years later, he marked the beginning of realising that dream. He rented a five square metre shop at Chatuchak, and o...

  • Baijiu, China’s potent liquor, poised to try to make a splash in US

    Baijiu, China’s potent liquor, poised to try to make a splash in US |

    todayonline.com 23 Feb '15, 2pm

    Baijiu is already the world’s biggest-selling spirit category, representing an estimated US$23 billion (S$31.3 billion) market, according to McKinsey & Co. and UBS. The vast majority is consumed within China, but in 2012, the Chinese government enacted anti-graft measures, tamping dow...

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