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(Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors on Friday unveiled charges against 18 Portland, Oregon protesters ranging from assaulting police to arson and trespassing, a day after the Trump administration expanded the deployment of tactical police to Seattle.
(Reuters) - Devon Brumfield could hear her father gasping for breath on the phone.
(Reuters) - President Donald Trump's refusal this week to say if he would accept the results of November's election, and his repeated assertions that the vote will be "rigged" because of mail-in ballots, have raised the spectre of a disputed election that could take weeks, or even months, to resolve.
PARIS (Reuters) - Bathers are being warned to avoid a stretch of coast near the Mediterranean port city of Marseille in southern France after an iron chloride leak from a PVC plant as emergency services assess the damage.
KYIV (Reuters) - The family home of a prominent Ukrainian anti-corruption activist burned down in what his organisation on Thursday called an assassination bid, demanding that President Volodymyr Zelenskiy investigate the incident personally.
VILAMOURA, Portugal (Reuters) - In his near-empty pub in the Algarve in southern Portugal, Samuel Tilley is fuming that coronavirus regulations in his home country Britain are keeping tourists away, further jeopardizing an already gloomy summer season.
(Reuters) - Iran's foreign ministry said on Thursday foreign governments may have been behind recent cyberattacks on Iranian facilities, but played down the possibility of them having a role in a series of fires and explosions at military and other installations.
BEIJING, July 22 (Xinhua) -- A total of 142 people have died or gone missing in floods across 27 provincial regions in China since June 1, down 56.5 percent on the average amount for the same period over the past five years, according to official data released Wednesday.
PARIS (Reuters) - Restoration of the 15th century cathedral in the French city of Nantes that was hit by fire last week will take at least 3 years, chief architect Pascal Prunet told a press conference on Wednesday.