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GENEVA (Reuters) - Azerbaijan, Egypt and Indonesia have all unjustly arrested dozens of people during anti-gay crackdowns in recent weeks, subjecting many to mistreatment in custody, the United Nations human rights office said on Friday.
BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania's ruling Social Democrats replaced three ministers on Friday who resigned in what analysts said was indicative of a rift between Prime Minister Mihai Tudose and powerful party leader Liviu Dragnea.
LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - Border controls inside what should normally be Europe's cherished zone of free travel are here to stay for now, EU ministers said on Friday, citing continued terrorist threats and the need to control migration.
KUALA LUMPUR: The negligence by top-level executives, information technology administrators, employees and other authorised personnel that have access to sensitive and confidential data had contributed to numbers of data leakages case reported in South-East Asia recently.
(Reuters) - U.S. demands for more favourable treatment under the North American Free Trade Agreement, and a proposal that any new deal be allowed to expire after five years, heightened tensions as negotiators held another round of talks to renew the pact this week.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's lower house of parliament on Thursday approved a new electoral law for use in the next national election, due by May 2018. The bill now passes to the upper house for further debate.