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Amnesty says death penalty nations now isolated

ROME (Reuters) - Amnesty International welcomed a drop in the number of executions in 2006 but urged six nations responsible for most of them -- China, Iran, Iraq, the United States, Pakistan and Sudan -- to join the global trend.


‘Bird flu outbreak an isolated case’

The virus which infected two chickens in Tumpat is the pathogenic H5N1 strain.


Gate-crashing isolated incident, Pulau Rawa safe

Pulau Rawa is a safe place to visit, said State Tourism and Environment Committee chairman Freddie Long.


Thousands isolated by Australian floodwaters

SYDNEY: Thousands of people on Australia's east coast were cut off by floodwaters on Sunday, with the heavy rain claiming two lives as extreme thunderstorms damaged homes and brought down trees in Sydney.


Afghan police pull back from isolated outposts as losses mount

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan's badly stretched police are taking heavy casualties as attempts build to set up peace talks with Taliban militants, prompting a move to pull back from vulnerable outposts across the country.


Isolated Italy excluded from EU top jobs race, faces pressure over debt

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Italy risks a rude awakening in the race for top European Union jobs as it faces growing isolation after eurosceptic nationalists in its ruling coalition won big in last week's European Parliament elections.


Isolated Turkmenistan launches first messaging app

The repressive central Asian nation of Turkmenistan, where the likes of Facebook and Whatsapp are banned, launched its first messaging app.


Isolated incidents of unrest as Cameroon goes to the polls

YAOUNDE/DOUALA, Cameroon (Reuters) - Cameroon saw isolated incidents of unrest in separatist Anglophone regions during voting on Sunday in an election widely expected to extend the rule of President Paul Biya, one of Africa's last multi-decade leaders.


Facebook scandal not isolated case, UK privacy chief warns

Facebook Inc’s privacy missteps could be mirrored across other online platforms, according to a warning to European Union lawmakers from the head of the British data-protection watchdog leading a probe into the Cambridge Analytica scandal.