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OTTAWA (Reuters) - The shock departure of a Canadian cabinet heavyweight has fuelled talk about how long Prime Minister Stephen Harper will stay in power, with some in his party predicting he is unlikely to serve a full term if he wins re-election this October.
BEIJING (Reuters) - When Mangshi opened its airport two decades ago, the small tropical city on China's border with Myanmar was served by few airlines. China's recent travel boom has changed that - seven carriers brought in more than 1 million visitors last year.
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's finance minister called on German Chancellor Angela Merkel to give his country a "Speech of Hope", to signal Europe was ready to end its demands for austerity, similar to that given to Germany at the end of World War Two.
KRUEN, Germany (Reuters) - The European Union's exasperation with Greece burst into the open on Sunday when its chief executive rebuked leftist Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and warned that time was running out to conclude a debt deal to avert a damaging Greek default.
(Reuters) - Ukrainian swimmer Olga Beresnyeva has tested positive for the banned blood booster EPO after her sample from the London 2012 Olympics was retested by the International Olympic Committee, it said on Friday.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - With a deal on Iran's nuclear programme drawing near, Israel is beginning to look at what comes afterwards and how best to position itself for the longer term.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban took it as a joke but his supporters at home were furious when European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker saluted him with an audible "hello dictator" before the world's cameras last month.
LONDON: Zero hour comes for Greece on Tuesday, when Athens will either repay 1.6 billion euros (RM6.75bil) to the International Monetary Fund after securing a last-ditch deal with its creditors or plunge into default.