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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian environmentalists are aghast that a huge cultural festival is to be held on the floodplain of Delhi's main river from Friday, warning that the event, and the 3.5 million visitors expected, will devastate the area's biodiversity.
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Five Afghans, including two children and a six-month old baby, drowned in the Aegean overnight trying to reach Greece as Turkey starts to implement an EU agreement to curb illegal migration.
TABANOVCE, Macedonia (Reuters) - The closure of the Balkan route to migrants has left about 430 desperate people, mainly Syrians and Iraqis, trapped in a muddy no man’s land between Macedonia and Serbia, unwilling to go back to Macedonia but barred from heading to Serbia or further north.
BALTIMORE (Reuters) - Michael Phelps has emerged from one of the darkest periods of his life as a happy man and immersed himself in a career revival, which is bad news for anyone looking to spoil his bid for a glorious Olympic farewell.
PRISTINA (Reuters) - Kosovo's government is buying a body scanner to try to stop opposition legislators smuggling teargas canisters into parliament and releasing them as they have done in every session for the past six months.
IF IT were not for the people he had met along the way, Arjun Singh Bhogal would not have persevered in his mission to walk from one end of the world to the other.