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KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudan asked the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday to meet and discuss a dispute over a giant dam being built by Ethiopia on the Blue Nile, a government statement said.
(Reuters) -International pressure mounted on Nicaragua on Tuesday, with President Daniel Ortega's crackdown on the opposition described by Washington as a "campaign of terror" that the United Nations said meant November elections were unlikely to be free or fair.
(Reuters) - The Nasdaq ended at a record high on Tuesday, lifted by Amazon, Microsoft and other top-shelf tech companies as investors shifted their focus to growth stocks.
Masbudi Abdul Malek, one of the many tour guides here who take groups of tourists to watch the nightly “performances” at the riverine mangrove swamp, may not be as famous as the luminescent insects but he is, in his own way, playing a vital role in helping to safeguard their habitat.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - When she heard Lebanese banks would limit cash withdrawals, Rita, a doctor, rushed out to buy a $10,000 (£7,608.03) Rolex watch on her credit card, anxious to protect some of her savings. "It's better than keeping my money in the bank," she said.
BEIJING/TOKYO: Japan’s goal of attracting 40 million visitors this year may already be in danger, following China’s decision to ban tour groups going overseas to help contain the impact of the rapidly spreading novel coronavirus. Chinese tourists made up almost a third of all arrivals to Japan in 2019.
SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria's plans to enter the eurozone's waiting room this spring and adopt the euro currency in 2023 are "completely foreseeable", the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Sunday.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - The party of Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar is trailing its main rival ahead of a general election on Feb. 8, a third consecutive poll showed on Sunday, with data indicating few voters trust it on the key issues of housing and health.
COMPANIES are in the midst of reporting their fourth-quarter results, accompanied by their 2020 predictions.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia Day celebrations on Sunday saw thousands of people flock to beaches and music festivals, but festivities were clouded by the tragedy of bushfires which have killed 33 and destroyed hundreds of homes.