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LESBOS, Greece (Reuters) - Greece asked its European partners on Monday for help implementing a deal with Turkey meant to stem an influx of migrants into Europe, as hundreds more - many unaware of the new rules - streamed from their boats onto Greek islands.
LJUBLJANA (Reuters) - The European Union should send a team of soldiers and civilians to help police Greece's frontiers because the bloc's border agency Frontex is "too slow", Austria's defence minister said on Monday.
KUCHING: SK Long Lellang in Baram has been facing inconsistent supply after its water system was damaged four years ago.
ALGIERS (Reuters) - Algerian troops killed six armed Islamist fighters in the country's southeast near the Tunisian border, and captured arms and munitions, the ministry of defence said on Monday.
ATHENS (Reuters) - An EU deal with Turkey may severely limit an influx of migrants to northern and central European countries, but could place fresh strain on the budget of Greece, the frontline state that is already struggling to rebuild its public finances.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday Turkey would use all its military and intelligence might to battle "one of the biggest and bloodiest terrorist waves in its history", after a suicide bomber killed three Israelis and an Iranian in Istanbul.
PRISTINA (Reuters) - Kosovo's prime minister said on Sunday his brother and some nephews and nieces were among tens of thousands of Kosovars who tried to enter the European Union last year fleeing poverty and unrest in their homeland.
LESBOS, Greece (Reuters) - They waved, cheered and smiled, elated to have made it to Europe at dawn on Sunday in a packed blue rubber motor boat.