Obama says billion Israel aid package to help ensure security WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Wednesday that a new $38 billion (28.71 billion pounds) aid package will help ensure Israel can defend itself from threats, commenting in a statement on the 10-year memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the two nations.
We breathe easier this September Clearer skies due to Indonesia’s action PETALING JAYA: It has been a sunny September with mostly clear skies so far, unlike the hazy days during the same period last year.
Three ships chartered to troubled Hanjin Shipping sold SHANGHAI: Three ships chartered to Hanjin Shipping Co Ltd have been sold, the first of dozens of vessels expected to be hawked following the failure of the world's seventh largest container shipper.
China investigates former statistics chief, charges two executives with graft SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China has detained the former head of the National Bureau of Statistics on suspicion of corruption, the state prosecutor said on Wednesday, as state media reported two senior executives from major state-owned companies had also been charged with graft.
ROME (Reuters) - There is no sign the man suspected of killing 12 people with a truck at a Berlin Christmas market on Dec. 19 had a network in Italy, Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni said on Thursday. Source: News
Opsina to retain Arsenal place after PSG heroics, suggests Wenger (Reuters) - Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger suggested that David Ospina will retain his place in the team's next Champions League clash following the goalkeeper's heroics in Tuesday night's 1-1 draw with Paris St Germain.