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People visit the Microsoft booth during the 2015 Computex exhibition at the TWTC Nangang exhibition hall in Taipei, Taiwan, June 2, 2015. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang

Microsoft hands display ads to AOL, maps to Uber

Microsoft Corp said on Monday it will hand over its display advertising business to AOL Inc and sell some map-generating technology to ride-hailing app company Uber, as it slims down its money-losing online operations.

For post-op complications, go back to the same hospital: study

(Reuters Health) – Patients who need to be rehospitalized within a month after major surgery have a lower risk of death over the next two months if they return to the hospital where they had the surgery rather than going to a different facility, according to a new study.

Portuguese PM says no country immune to Greek fallout

The euro zone needs to strengthen cooperation to avoid contagion in financial markets as no country is immune to the consequences of a potential Greek exit from the single currency, Portuguese Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho said on Monday.

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Asia Pacific

File photo of young Nepalese Buddhist monks queueing to receive food at a camp for earthquake survivors in Kathmandu. (AFP PHOTO/ISHARA S. KODIKARA)

Nepal tells UN to destroy low quality food meant for quake survivors

The United Nations must destroy hundreds of tonnes of substandard food it imported for distribution to survivors of the recent earthquakes in Nepal, a senior Nepali government official said on Monday.

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Singapore

Illustration file picture of a man typing on a computer keyboard. (REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Files)

Singaporean teen arrested under ISA released, given Restriction Order

The 17-year-old was arrested in May this year under the Internal Security Act (ISA). The Ministry of Home Affairs says investigations show he was radicalised after viewing videos, websites and social media materials propagated by radical ideologues and terrorist elements.

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World

Tunisian policemen stand guard at the Riu Imperial Marhaba Hotel in Port el Kantaoui, on the outskirts of Sousse south of the capital Tunis, where a terrorist attack took place. (AFP PHOTO/KENZO TRIBOUILLARD)

Tunisia makes first beach attack arrests as UK urges fightback

Tunisia said on Monday it had made its first arrests after a beach massacre that killed 38 people, as European officials paid tribute to victims of the country's worst militant attack.

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Business

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker gives a press conference on Greece at the EU headquarters in Brussels. (AFP PHOTO/JOHN THYS)

EU leaders urge Greeks to vote 'yes' to stay in euro

European leaders on Monday pleaded with Greek voters to back hotly disputed bailout proposals in a crunch referendum or face leaving the euro as bank closures left many in Greece scrambling to find cash.

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Sport

File photo of Netherland's coach Guus Hiddink. (AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel Dunand)

Football: Hiddink steps down as Netherlands coach

Under-pressure Netherlands coach Guus Hiddink, whose side have struggled in qualifying for Euro 2016, has stepped down, the Dutch football federation (RNVB) announced on Monday.

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Entertainment

File photo of U.S. Republican presidential candidate Trump in front of a statue of actor John Wayne during a campaign event in Winterset

NBC fires Trump, drops pageants over candidate's insults to Mexicans

NBC cut ties with real estate developer and TV personality Donald Trump and the "Miss USA" and "Miss Universe" pageants on Monday for making comments insulting Mexicans when he began his run for president earlier this month.

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Technology

People visit the Microsoft booth during the 2015 Computex exhibition at the TWTC Nangang exhibition hall in Taipei, Taiwan, June 2, 2015. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang

Microsoft hands display ads to AOL, maps to Uber

Microsoft Corp said on Monday it will hand over its display advertising business to AOL Inc and sell some map-generating technology to ride-hailing app company Uber, as it slims down its money-losing online operations.

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Health

For post-op complications, go back to the same hospital: study

(Reuters Health) – Patients who need to be rehospitalized within a month after major surgery have a lower risk of death over the next two months if they return to the hospital where they had the surgery rather than going to a different facility, according to a new study.

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Lifestyle

Playwright Larry Kramer attends the premiere of "The Normal Heart" in New York May 12, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

Larry Kramer 'still has work to do' as film celebrates his life

Larry Kramer's confrontational style has mellowed. Now 80, the playwright, novelist and AIDS activist, speaks softly and looks almost frail in a big leather armchair in his New York apartment overlooking Washington Square Park.