SINGAPORE: China's vast manufacturing sector remained sluggish at the start of 2016, twin purchasing managers’ index (PMI) surveys released on Monday (Feb 1) showed, underscoring stubborn weakness in the world’s second-biggest economy.
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The grandmother who claimed she put a lottery ticket worth £33 million through the wash has said she felt suicidal and will never play again. Susanne Hinte had said she bought a ticket bearing the winning numbers after it was badly damaged in a washing machine. The 48 year old hit the headlines as Camelot appealed fRead More
David Cameron and European Council President Donald Tusk are set for a "crucial" day of talks about the UK's renegotiated membership of the EU. A meeting on Sunday night ended without a deal, though a Downing Street source said there had been a "breakthrough" on restricting benefits for EU migrants. Mr Tusk said "intRead More
Alternative for Germany: Party behind Germany’s ‘shoot at migrants’ politician is attracting unprecedented support
The leader of Germany’s main right-wing anti-migrant party has caused political uproar by insisting that the country’s border police should be authorised to shoot at refugees trying toRead More
GENEVA (AP) — A triple bombing killed at least 50 people in a predominantly Shiite suburb south of the Syrian capital of Damascus on Sunday even as a U.N. mediator held his first meeting with members of the main opposition group that seeks progress on humanitarian issues before it will join formal talks on ending tRead More