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  • German premier riflemakers stay recession-proof
    (BERLIN) For Merkel, happiness is a warm gun.
  • Aussie assets set to rally as states pay debt
    (SINGAPORE) A record A$38 billion (S$49 billion) payout on maturing debt from Australian governments this quarter may support rallies in higher-yielding assets including corporate notes.
  • Artwork by an artiste
    (NEW YORK) Detail of a painting by Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood at the opening of an exhibition of Woods' artwork, 'Faces, Time and Places', at the Symbolic Collection in New York.
  • UK, Japan to develop defence equipment
    (TOKYO) Britain and Japan yesterday agreed to jointly develop and build defence equipment, the first time since World War II that Japan has concluded a weapons-building deal with a countr...
  • HSBC eyes Korea, Pakistan sales in global retreat
    (LONDON) Europe's biggest bank, HSBC, is in talks to sell up in Pakistan and offload retail banking in Korea, part of its withdrawal from countries where it lacks scale or struggles to ma...

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  • Why my wife is a stay-home mum
    My wife and I are both the eldest child in our families, so both sets of parents were overjoyed when our baby was born. They were less thrilled when we told them that after my wife was d...
  • Pecha Kucha: A pleasure doing business with you
    SINGAPORE - What can you do with 6 minutes and 40 seconds? Finish a cup of coffee? Have a quick phone call? Or perhaps take a bath? Whatever it is that you do, you probably don't expect ...
  • Future tech, available right now
    Almost 10 years ago, I was invited to a secret lab within HP Singapore to see a slew of future tech the company was building. It was not so secret that I had to be bound and blindfolded,...
  • House party
    SINGAPORE - Two stately colonial bungalows along Scotts Road have recently become home to three new restaurants - and what a pleasure they are to dine in. For one, there is ample parking...
  • Source wins appeal against contempt conviction
    SINGAPORE - A confidential source who sent an affidavit filed by Sembcorp Marine Chief Executive Wong Weng San to TODAY's editor-at-large Conrad Raj in 2010 has successfully appealed aga...

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  • DISPATCHES FROM AMERICA Washington's daydream believers
    The ruling elite in the United States is lost in a world of its own concerning the threat of terrorism and interests that are vital to security. Yet its fantasies are so widely and deeply...
  • Myanmar regime in test of solidarity
    With one year remaining before Myanmar's general election there is growing skepticism both internationally and domestically that the reform process is at best beginning to stagnate and at...
  • The rise and fall of Palestine's socialists
    When news reports alleged that the two cousins behind the Jerusalem synagogue attack on November 18 were affiliated with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a level of conf...
  • China's graft body finds vast wealth at official's home
    The Chinese Communist Party's anti-graft watchdog recently found 37 kilograms of gold, documents showing ownership of 68 properties and 120 million yuan (US$19.5 million) in cash at the h...
  • CREDIT BUBBLE BULLETIN Slack stimulus
    In a global financial backdrop possibly the most fragile since 2012, we've now seen 2012-style aggressive concerted central bank stimulus measures. One of these days, such measures will n...

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  • China Rate Cut May Lack Impact
    China’s move to slash lending rates to help slowing growth may lack punch, as Chinese banks will likely remain reluctant to lower loan rates for fears of hurting their profits.image
  • Ferguson Police Officer Not Charged in Black Teen's Shooting
    A grand jury declined to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting of unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown, sparking renewed unrest in Ferguson Mo., which endured weeks of civil tu...
  • Chuck Hagel Resigns as Defense Chief
    President Obama announced Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will step down from his position, marking a major realignment in leadership amid multiple military challenges.image
  • The Dangerous U.S.-China Perception Gap
    China’s World: China exaggerates America’s weaknesses; America hypes China’s ascent. Both views are out of synch with reality—but they could prove a combustible mix.image
  • Honda Says It Underreported Serious Accidents
    Honda said it failed to report 1,729 death and injury incidents involving its vehicles to U.S. regulators in an 11-year period starting in July 2003.image

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  • Music gives Indian children a voice
    As Faith Gonsalves walks through the dusty streets of a slum on the outskirts of New Delhi, she passes pigs rummaging through piles of trash, and colorful saris hanging out to dry. In a n...
  • Grief led to greening China's deserts
    Each year Yi Jiefeng does what she can to stop China turning into a desert.
  • Uniting Hong Kong's refugees
    On a promenade that runs along Hong Kong's harbor, crowds of tourists jostle for their chance to photograph the city's spectacular skyline.
  • Top museum shows a grim history
    The steep rock walls of Thailand's Hellfire Pass symbolize the slavery, starvation, torture and lost lives of thousands of POWs and Asian civilians during World War II, when Japan forced ...
  • Insects the next big food phenom?
    "Why not eat insects?" asked Vincent Holt, a 19th century British author in his eccentric treatise on changing the English diet.

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