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VIENNA, Austria, Dec 7 - OPEC ministers resumed talks Friday before further discussions with 10 key partner countries, including Russia, later in the day to thrash out an agreement on production cuts. Amid sharp differences over which way to go, the
NAIROBI, Kenya, Dec 7 - The Government has confirmed elaborate plans to adopt modern vehicular traffic management systems as a key component in the 500,000 affordable homes program. The affordable homes program (AHP) which is one of the Big 4 Agenda
LONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 5 - As British MPs prepare for a historic vote on the future of Brexit, the country is back on a campaign footing and the bitter divisions of the 2016 referendum have re-surfaced. Second referendum campaigners are setting
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, Dec 4 - South Africa broke free of recession on Tuesday when it reported GDP growth of 2.2 percent for the third quarter, the statistics authority said, marking a positive economic trajectory ahead of elections. President
Doha, Qatar, Dec 3 - Qatar is to leave OPEC next month in order for the Gulf state to focus on gas production, the country's new Energy Minister Saad al-Kaabi announced in a surprise move on Monday.Qatar has been a member of OPEC since 1961, and the
KATOWICE, Poland, Dec 3 - Nations most threatened by rising sea levels and devastating droughts will use a UN summit in Poland on Monday to urge richer countries to pay their fair share in the climate change fight. The presidents of at-risk states such
NEW DELHI, India, Nov 30 - Tens of thousands of farmers and agricultural workers marched towards the Indian parliament Friday demanding debt waivers and higher crop prices, putting pressure on Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of 2019 elections. More
HONG KONG, China, Nov 29 - A scientist who upended a Hong Kong conference with his claim to have created the world's first genetically-edited babies cancelled a fresh talk and was heavily criticised by organisers Thursday, who labelled him as irresponsible.
HAVRE-SAINT-PIERRe, Canada, Nov 22 - Squatting on spongy soil, a climate scientist lays a small cone-shaped device to "measure the breathing" of a peat bog in the northern part of Canada's Quebec province. Michelle Garneau, a university researcher and
JUBA, South Sudan, Nov 23 - South Africa and South Sudan signed an outline agreement on Friday that could see Pretoria invest around $1 billion (880 million euros) in South Sudan's struggling oil industry. The agreement, which will be subject to detailed