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GENEVA (Reuters) - African countries are lobbying to set up a U.N. inquiry into "systemic racism" and "police brutality" in the United States and elsewhere, aiming to defend the rights of people of African descent, a draft resolution seen by Reuters shows.
PARIS (Reuters) - A fire on a nuclear submarine docked at the French Mediterranean port of Toulon was extinguished early on Saturday morning, the Defence Ministry said.
(Reuters) - Asylum applications in Europe fell to the lowest level in April for over a decade as borders closed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, European Union figures show, compounding the challenges of people fleeing conflict and persecution.
SOME months ago, Sungai Tukang Batu in Pasir Gudang, Johor was reported to be one of the dirtiest rivers in the country.
PETALING JAYA: A joint task force intercepted a boat carrying Rohingya that was en route to Langkawi.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Eleven years ago, environmental scientist Jesse Ausubel dreamed aloud in a commencement speech: What if scientists could record the sounds of the ocean in the days before propeller-driven ships and boats spanned the globe?
NEW YORK: Brent oil rose above US$40 a barrel for the first time in almost three months on signs that Opec+ producers are close to agreeing on a short extension of their historic deal to cut output
TOKYO (Reuters) - The Costa Atlantica cruise ship, which docked in southern Japan with over 100 crew members testing positive for COVID-19, has left the country and is en route to the Philippines, local government officials said on Monday.
Some months ago, Sungai Tukang Batu in Pasir Gudang, Johor was reported to be one of the dirtiest rivers in the country.
An array of the world’s best-known cruise ships are waiting at anchor off the Philippine capital to drop off thousands of Filipino crew members like Erick Arenas who were displaced across the world by the contagion called Covid-19 (coronavirus).