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TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Hundreds of migrants were released on Tuesday from a detention centre in the Libyan capital Tripoli as heavy gunfire rang out across the city, witnesses and the United Nations said.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United States and 22 other countries at the United Nations pushed China on Tuesday to stop detaining ethnic Uighurs and other Muslims, prompting China's U.N. envoy to warn it was not "helpful" for trade talks between Beijing and Washington.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Prominent Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong said on Tuesday that he was the only candidate who had been disqualified from running in local district council elections due to be held in November.
Waymo chief executive John Krafcik said the self-driving vehicle company is now offering limited "rider-only" trips in Phoenix, Arizona, and is looking beyond the robo-taxi business to generate future revenue, including delivery services.
Luxury automakers have gone deep on using social media personalities to introduce and market their cars. But the jury is out on whether it’s good for the industry.
Thirty years after the fall of the Wall, time travel is not yet possible. But a German startup using virtual reality technology is offering history buffs the next best thing.
(Reuters) - The man charged in a 2018 mass shooting at the Capitol Gazette newspaper in Maryland that killed five people admitted his guilt, the Washington Post reported on Monday. Jarrod Ramos, 39, entered his guilty plea in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court, the newspaper said. The plea was not immediately available in electronic court records and Ramos' attorneys could not immediately be reached.
ASHGABAT (Turkmenistan): Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has reiterated that only the Pakatan Harapan presidential council will determine his position as prime minister.He said the suggestion by Opposition MPs that he remain prime minister until the next general election was only their opinion.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian court on Monday ordered opposition leader Alexei Navalny and his allies to pay $1.4 million in damages, a blow to the Kremlin critic's group, whose bank accounts have been frozen amid what he says is a broad government crackdown.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Eddie Jones says England are bracing themselves for a massive physical assault from South Africa in Saturday's World Cup final but added that he expected the odd twist too from the Springboks after they won a turgid semi-final against Wales on Sunday.