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BERLIN (Reuters) - Schalke 04 will have more than half a dozen injury absences when they host in-form Bayer Leverkusen on Sunday but coach Manuel Baum is confident they can finally snap their 25-game winless run in the Bundesliga.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union has not yet won over countries seeking more cash and conditions in exchange for committing to sharper emissions cuts, as it tries to strike a deal on on its new climate target by the end of the year.
MONTERREY, Mexico (Reuters) - It took Luis Salgado years of manual labor to save enough money to open a small fresh produce store, so when torrential floods swept away $1,500 worth of apples, bananas and other fruits, he decided there was no longer a future for him in Honduras.
The new reality show follows four wealthy, glamorous women celebrating their enduring friendships on screen.
A revolt within his own government has been brewing for more than a month and Datuk Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu knows the coming week could spell the end of his tenure as MB. What led to this turn of events and what happens next?
Wildlife Conservation Act being reviewed to ensure survival of zoos, says Natural Resources Minister
KUALA LUMPUR: The Wildlife Conservation Act 2020 is being reviewed to find ways on how zoos in the country will become more self-sufficient in the future, says Energy and Natural Resources Minister Datuk Dr Shamsul Anuar Nasarah.
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): South Koreans investing in Vietnam can capitalise on preferential treatment under free trade agreements (FTAs) that Vietnam has signed to boost exports, a top official said.
US President Donald Trump is keeping up pressure on social media giants even in the waning days of his administration.
A pilot section of inductive charging road for electric vehicles, just a few metres long, is being set up in Karlsruhe, Germany. The aim is to provide energy for electric buses operating on the local transport network, while they are driving.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The United States on Wednesday claimed a United Nations meeting of world leaders on the COVID-19 pandemic was being designed to allow Beijing to spread "propaganda," stoking months of bickering at the world body between the superpowers.