Emerging Market Countries Headlines

  • Philippines asks court to declare communist rebels terrorists

    MANILA (Reuters) - The Philippines on Wednesday asked a court to declare the communist party and its armed wing, the New People's Army (NPA), a terrorist organisation, dashing already faint hopes of a recovery in a tattered peace process.

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  • Malaysia arrests 10 over links with South Philippines militants

    KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysian police have arrested 10 people on suspicion of aiding the movement of militants between the eastern state of Sabah and the southern Philippines, a hotbed of Islamic insurgency, the second batch of arrests this year.

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  • Moncler bids farewell to catwalk with eight new collections

    MILAN (Reuters) - The traditional catwalk show is dead and the way forward is to attract customers with new products each month, the chairman of Moncler said, as the luxury group kicked off Milan fashion week by revealing not one, but eight new collections.

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  • Moncler bids farewell to catwalk with eight new collections

    MILAN (Reuters) - The traditional catwalk show is dead and the way forward is to attract customers with new products each month, the chairman of Moncler said, as the luxury group kicked off Milan fashion week by revealing not one, but eight new collections.

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  • South Korean 'Garlic Girls' savour overnight fame

    GANGNEUNG, South Korea (Reuters) - South Korean women curling team, nicknamed "Garlic Girls" to go with their other monikers, have become overnight internet sensations following their stellar performance and cool-headedness at the Pyeongchang Games.

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  • Human rights groups say Mexico not investigating spyware claims

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A group of human and digital rights activists said on Tuesday that the Mexican government had failed to properly investigate allegations their smartphones were infected with spying software. They have asked for an independent investigation.

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