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Villagers angry as Portugal wildfire still rages

VILA DE REI/MACAO, Portugal (Reuters) - After more than 50 hours, firefighters were still battling a wildfire in central Portugal late on Monday, as villagers and local authorities blamed a lack of resources and government inaction for the damage caused by the flames.

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Italy's Salvini says coalition with 5 Star back on track

ROME (Reuters) - Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini said on Wednesday Italy's government was back on track after a slew of building projects were approved, indicating he had dropped a threat to bring down the coalition.

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Macron gambles on cultural shift with bill allowing IVF for lesbians

PARIS (Reuters) - The French government on Wednesday sent to parliament draft legislation that would allow in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) for lesbian couples and single women, honouring a long-standing campaign pledge but risking a backlash from conservative voters.

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Ice cubes for tigers as heat wave smashes European records

BRUSSELS/MADRID (Reuters) - Belgian zookeepers fed tigers with chickens encased in giant ice cubes on Wednesday as northern Europe baked in record temperatures during another heat wave that climate experts believe could become the new normal.

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Pakistan opposition parties hold protest rallies against PM Khan

QUETTA, Pakistan (Reuters) - Pakistan's main opposition parties held protest rallies in cities across the country on Thursday, accusing Prime Minister Imran Khan's government of ruining the economy and seeking to intimidate and silence its opponents.

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Tables turned on poachers

PUTRAJAYA: Two battalions of the police general operations force (GOF) have been directed to assist the Wildlife and National Parks Department (Perhilitan) in tackling poachers, especially those hunting the endangered Malayan tigers, says Datuk Seri Abdul Hamid Bador.

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Rights group accuses Bangladesh of torture; government says report baseless

DHAKA (Reuters) - Bangladesh's law enforcement agencies have used systematic torture on detainees to stifle dissent, an international human rights group said on Monday in a report that the government dismissed as baseless.