Cambodia election challenge raises fears
New Zealand PM says spy net could catch reporters
China orders audit of local government debt
EU diplomat tries to mediate in Egypt’s tensions

Cambodia election challenge raises fears
Cambodia’s opposition leader on Monday rejected the results of a weekend election won by the long-time ruling party, raising fears of post-election instability and setting the stage for a new showdown with Prime Minister Hun Sen.

New Zealand PM says spy net could catch reporters
New Zealand’s Prime Minister John Key says his country doesn’t spy on journalists, but it’s theoretically possible reporters could get caught in surveillance nets when the U.S. spies on enemy combatants.

Group accuses Apple supplier of labor abuses
Labor rights group China Labor Watch has accused a supplier of Apple Inc. in China of misconduct including withholding employees’ pay and environmental violations.

China orders audit of local government debt
China’s Cabinet has ordered an urgent nationwide audit of debts owed by its local governments, reflecting official unease about potential financial threats from a rise in unreported liabilities.

EU diplomat tries to mediate in Egypt’s tensions
European Union urged Egypt’s interim government to reach out to the Muslim Brotherhood as she worked Monday to mediate an end to the country’s increasingly bloody crisis, while the mainly Islamist protesters calling for the return of ousted leader Mohammed Morsi massed for more protests.

Amazon.com looks to fill 7,000 jobs in 13 states
Amazon.com Inc. says it is adding 7,000 jobs in 13 states, beefing up staff at the warehouses where it fills orders, and in its customer service division.

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