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The pandemic forced a complete shutdown of Nepal’s mountaineering industry in 2020, dealing a harsh blow to the tiny Himalayan country’s tourism-dependent economy.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States believes keeping an international diplomatic presence in Kabul requires a "functioning, secure" airport, a State Department spokesperson said on Friday, suggesting that embassies could be forced to close without one.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Turkey should withdraw its troops from Afghanistan under the 2020 deal for the pullout of U.S. forces, a Taliban spokesman said on Thursday, effectively rejecting Ankara's proposal to guard and run Kabul's airport after U.S.-led NATO forces depart.
LONDON (Reuters) -Police said they had arrested a man for a bomb hoax near to the media centre set up to cover the G7 summit south west England after officers were forced to evacuate a hotel in response to reports of a suspicious package early on Thursday morning.
SHANGHAI (Reuters): A roaming herd of 15 wild elephants is on the move again after resting for a day in a patch of forest on the outskirts of the city of Kunming in southwest China, resuming a year-long, 500-kilometre trek that has captured the public's imagination.
News highlights from Asean countries in the Star-AseanPlus section for Wednesday (June 2)
MANILA (Xinhua): Tropical storm Choi-wan lashed the Philippines, killing three, the government disaster agency said on Wednesday (June 2).
A mothballed nuclear power station surrounded by wasteland, rubble and abandoned buildings is not what most people associate with a Unesco World Heritage site. But that is exactly what Ukraine has in mind for Chernobyl.
SAKE, Democratic Republic of Congo (Reuters) -Families fleeing a volcano eruption in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo said on Friday they were struggling to find enough food and water as the United Nations called for aid and warned about the risk of cholera.
GOMA, Democratic Republic of Congo (Reuters) -Thousands of people fled the Congolese city of Goma any way they could on Thursday after officials said magma under the city could cause a second volcanic eruption and ordered parts of the city to evacuate.