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    Danish shipper Maersk says profits plunge 40%

    AFP, Published on 28/02/2012

    » Danish shipping and petroleum group A.P. Moeller-Maersk posted Monday a sharp drop in 2011 net profit and warned that its transport unit expected a loss this year owing to excess capacity.

  • WORLD

    German parliament roundly backs Greek lifeline

    AFP, Published on 28/02/2012

    » German lawmakers voted overwhelmingly Monday to endorse a second multi-billion euro lifeline for Greece after Chancellor Angela Merkel warned failure to act would run incalculable risks.

  • WORLD

    TransCanada in new push for US pipeline

    AFP, Published on 28/02/2012

    » TransCanada Corp announced Monday it would go ahead with building part of the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline between Oklahoma and the Texas coast that does not require US presidential approval.

  • WORLD

    Klitschko out to make Mormeck his 50th knock-out

    AFP, Published on 28/02/2012

    » Wladimir Klitschko plans on making Jean-Marc Mormeck the 50th knock-out of his career on Saturday, while the Frenchman says he is determined to become his country's first world heavyweight champion.

  • WORLD

    Djokovic tastes victory and defeat

    AFP, Published on 28/02/2012

    » World number one Novak Djokovic experienced the emotions of victory and defeat as he re-started his season at the Dubai Open with an unusual dual role on Monday.

  • WORLD

    Keep breathing

    Life, Dr Nithi Mahanonda, Published on 28/02/2012

    » There will always come a day when you have to take a deep breath before doing something. For example, one of my patients who had suffered from high blood pressure came to see me when she was (much) overweight. Yet, she had that confident smile. I opened her file and saw that her weight was 86.5kg (and her height was 162cm). I was about to give her a cordial advice, but I took a deep breath and looked at her record. A month ago, her weight was 91kg.

  • WORLD

    In the Vanguard

    Life, Published on 28/02/2012

    » Thailand may be well on the way to becoming a key player in the regional battle against thalassaemia, a blood disorder that is particularly prevalent in South and Southeast Asia and countries bordering the Mediterranean.

  • WORLD

    Women who lead

    Life, Dr Pansak Sugkraroek, Published on 28/02/2012

    » There's more potential for discord in families led by women. But is that the fault of bossy wives or hopeless husbands?

  • WORLD

    Body type and well-being

    Life, Published on 28/02/2012

    » Do you know your body type? Most people probably don't realise that the shape of their body can influence their health and happiness plus a range of other aspects of their daily life. Body type can determine what foods we should eat and the kinds of exercise that produce the best results. And body type can affect our future health and our susceptibility to illness.

  • WORLD

    England Euro blow as Bent set to miss out

    AFP, Published on 28/02/2012

    » England striker Darren Bent looks set to miss out on Euro 2012 after suffering ruptured ankle ligaments, his club Aston Villa reported on Monday.

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