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Oil tanker collides with bulk carrier

An oil tanker and a bulk carrier collided in waters between Malaysia and Singapore on Tuesday morning, spilling an estimated 2,000 tonnes of oil, but traffic in Asia’s busiest shipping lane remained u

Asian teams look to reaffirm stature

Asian teams go into the World Cup in South Africa looking to reaffirm the region’s growing stature, but they have their work cut out with none handed an easy draw.
Australia, Japan, South Korea and North Korea are the Asian Football Confederation teams flying the flag, with New Zealand enjoying their first outing at the World Cup since 1982 after qualifying via a play-off.

Spill pushes up crude oil prices

May 3: Oil prices extended gains above $86 a barrel on Monday as traders eyed whether a massive crude spill in the Gulf of Mexico would slow imports to the US.
By early afternoon in Europe, the benchmark crude for June delivery was up 32 cents to $86.5 a barrel in e

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