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GENEVA (Reuters) - The United States and other Western countries urged Egypt on Wednesday to investigate alleged killings and torture by its security forces and to release journalists and others arrested for exercising their right to freedom of expression.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, testifying on Wednesday in the first televised hearing of the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump, linked him more directly to a pressure campaign on Ukraine to conduct investigations that would benefit him politically.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - A Turkish court ordered prominent journalist and author Ahmet Altan back to jail on Wednesday, a week after he was released from prison following a retrial on coup-related charges.
Instagram chief Adam Mosseri on Nov 8 said that a test of hiding 'likes' at the image and photo sharing social network will spread to the United States.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt has been trying to deflect criticism of its human rights record and prison conditions ahead of a U.N. review in Geneva on Wednesday that comes in the wake of thousands of new arrests.
MADRID (Reuters) - Catalan separatist party Esquerra Republicana de Catalunya(ERC) on Tuesday said that it was not ready, at this stage, to back a coalition government deal reached on Tuesday by the Socialists and the left-wing Unidas Podemos.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chile's finance minister warned on Tuesday of the "grave consequences" for the nation's economy of three weeks of often violent unrest, after the peso slid 4% to hit a historic low against the dollar.
HONG KONG (Reuters): Hong Kong police fired tear gas on Tuesday (Nov 12) in the Central financial district, over the harbour in Mong Kok and at universities to break up pro-democracy protests which they said were leading the city to the "brink of total breakdown".
Twitter said it would make it easier to report misleading information about the voting process in Britain's Dec 12 election, less than a month after its global ban on political advertising comes into force.
COLOMBO (Reuters) - One brother is considered a shoo-in for the job of Sri Lanka's president in elections this weekend and another is eyeing the prime minister's post when that election becomes due early next year.