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Temasek stake values 'Salt Bae' Turkish restaurant owner at $1.2 billion

Apr 9, 2018

US-TURKEY-DOGUS:Temasek stake values 'Salt Bae' Turkish restaurant owner at $1.2 billion

Scandal-hit Malaysian PM calls elections, expected in May

Apr 6, 2018

Malaysia's prime minister says Parliament will be dissolved Saturday, paving the way for general elections expected to be held next month that will put his long-ruling coalition with a revived opposition led by former strongman Mahathir Mohamad.

Singapore court imposes hefty fines for Airbnb rentals

Apr 4, 2018

A court in Singapore has fined two men for breaching laws banning short-term rentals by renting out condominium units through online services such as Airbnb, Craigslist and HomeAway

2 Chinese rescued more than 50 hours after dredger capsized

Mar 24, 2018

An official says two Chinese sailors have been rescued alive more than 50 hours after a Chinese-owned sand dredger capsized off Malaysia's southern coast

Chinese dredger capsizes off Malaysia; 1 dead, 14 missing

Mar 21, 2018

Malaysia's coast guard says a Chinese sand-dredger has capsized off the country's southern coast, killing a crew member and leaving 14 others missing

King would like men to play 3 setters at major tournaments

Mar 8, 2018

Billie Jean King would like to see men playing best-of-three-set matches at Grand Slam tournaments

Singapore company cancels blue diamond initial coin offering

Mar 7, 2018

Singapore-based company calls off $2 million initial coin offering backed by blue diamond

FIFA ban on competitive games in Iraq affects AFC Cup clubs

Mar 5, 2018

The Asian Football Confederation says it cannot allow two Iraqi clubs to host matches in the AFC Cup this month because of security risks

Wie clinches LPGA Singapore event for first win since 2014

Mar 4, 2018

Michelle Wie holed a 36-foot putt from off the green on the final hole to win the Women's World Championship by one stroke on Sunday and capture her first LPGA tournament since the 2014 U.S. Women's Open

Hunt for missing Malaysian plane likely to end in June

Mar 4, 2018

Official says the search for a missing Malaysian plane will likely end in June, as families of passengers mark 4th anniversary of plane's disappearance with renewed hope that world's biggest aviation mystery will be solved

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