Fri 29 May 2015 | 6:18 EDT

Civilians emerge as pawns in South China Sea legal chess game 4:04am EDT

HONG KONG/MANILA (Reuters) - On tiny specks in the disputed Spratly archipelago of the South China Sea, Vietnamese and Filipino children skip to school each day. Not far away, China is building lighthouses and weather stations on reclaimed land. Further north, a Chinese cruise ship takes "patriotic" tourists to a separate group of contested islands.  Full Article

Dollar, Chinese shares steady as Europe wobbles 5:25am EDT 

LONDON (Reuters) - The dollar inched higher on Friday, putting it on track for a monthly rise in May, while Chinese shares steadied after a plunge a day earlier that stoked concerns about the financial health of the world's second largest economy.  Full Article  

Ex-Guantanamo inmate Khadr uncertain about firefight memory: paper Thursday, 28 May 2015 

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canadian Omar Khadr, who was once the youngest prisoner at Guantanamo Bay, is unsure about his memory of a firefight that led to his murder conviction by a U.S. military tribunal, according to an interview published on Wednesday.  Full Article