The nine Malaysian men arrested include a school teacher, a security guard and an owner of a veterinary clinic.
U.S. shale producers are drilling at the highest rate in 18 months but have left a record number of wells unfinished in the largest oilfield in the country – a sign that output may not rise as swiftly as drilling activity would indicate.
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson was still mulling over the make-up of his side ahead of Saturday's third test against South Africa with the Seddon Park wicket proving difficult to pin down.
A U.S. tax overhaul proposed by Republican leaders in Congress would deepen divisions between big manufacturers like Boeing Co and the thousands of smaller companies that supply them, according to suppliers and tax and trade experts.
A month before the first round of France's presidential election, 43 percent of voters are hesitant about who to vote for, a poll said on Friday, underlining the uncertainty surrounding the volatile election campaign.
A 'breathing' Fidel Castro is among several ex-communist leaders gathered in Hong Kong this week - one of the world's centres of capitalism - as part of a cheeky exhibition at Art Basel.
Uli Stielike's future as the South Korea head coach is safe despite the stunning 1-0 defeat to China in Thursday's World Cup qualifier, Korean FA chief Chung Mong-gyu said on Friday.
South Africa's Quinton de Kock has been cleared to play the third test against New Zealand in Hamilton after passing a late fitness test on Friday.
Russian Elena Vesnina and Spaniard Garbine Muguruza were in big trouble in their second round matches when the weather came to their rescue at the Miami Open in Florida on Thursday.
Some people were angry that they had to wait more than two hours in the sun to pick up their race packs.