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Malaysia - Unemployment rate remains steady in July

Malaysia - Unemployment rate remains steady in July

The lowest unemployment rate in the state was reported in San Mateo at 3.2 percent. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, unemployment rates were higher in August in only eight states, lower in one state, and stable in 41 states and the District of Columbia, compared with July.


We ended politics of caste and nepotism, claims Yogi Adityanath

We ended politics of caste and nepotism, claims Yogi Adityanath

He added that the public debt of Uttar Pradesh had also increased, almost two-and-a-half times, from Rs 1,34,9156 crore in March 2007 to Rs 3,74,775 crore in March 2017. From October one, the secretatiat will be e-linked and the same will be done at district headquarters from November, the chief minister said. "There has been a series of misdeeds by governments in the state during the past 12-15 years but we have focussed on some main points and presented them in a concise form".


Red Bull's Ricciardo fastest in practice at Singapore GP

Red Bull's Ricciardo fastest in practice at Singapore GP

He took the chequered flag almost 4-1/2 seconds clear of Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo while Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas clinched the other podium spot. The three-time world champion has a slender three point lead over rival Sebastian Vettel following his victory in Monza. "These kind of wins are a lot more satisfying than pole to win ...


Kenya's chief justice condemns threats against judiciary

Kenya's chief justice condemns threats against judiciary

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) planned the second election after the Supreme Court determined the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta on August 8 was tainted by irregularities. He cited the demonstrations outside the court as an example of the rising threats, and threatening messages sent on social media to individual judges and their staff.


Things You Need to Know About BC's Ban on Big Money

Things You Need to Know About BC's Ban on Big Money

Opposition house leader Mike de Jong confronted Horgan in the legislature with comments he made to the media prior to the election in which he denied that it was his plan to use public money to finance political parties. The Greens have used consultation to force the NDP to change position on numerous issues so far, including child care, secret ballots for unions and the timeline to reach a $15 minimum wage.



Protests Continue Into Fourth Night Despite St. Louis Police Clampdown

Responding to the acquittal of white police officer Jason Stockley, who had faced charges of murdering a black motorist, protesters first took to the streets on Friday , with demonstrations lasting throughout the weekend. Louis Police Department headquarters. A bicycle officer suffered a leg injury during the earlier police response. A few took chunks of the ceramic and hurled them at windows, drawing in the police.