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PANAMA CITY: North Korean authorities will pay a fine next week to ensure the return of a ship stopped near the Panama Canal with military weapons from Cuba onboard, officials said Thursday.
ANTANANARIVO (Reuters) - The defeated candidate in Madagascar's disputed presidential election appealed to African states to investigate alleged fraud in last month's vote, the first since a coup plunged the island into crisis five years ago, an aide said on Tuesday.
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - The runner-up in El Salvador's presidential election asked the electoral tribunal on Tuesday to annul the tight contest and threatened to go to the Supreme Court if necessary.
KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani ruled out a coalition government with his rival Abdullah Abdullah on Saturday, quashing hopes for a power-sharing deal to defuse tensions that have threatened to split Afghanistan along ethnic lines.
NEW YORK: Data show that corporate management teams are reaching agreements on board seats with activists at the fastest pace since the financial crisis.
LONDON, Nov 8 (Reuters) - Staging the 2017 world championships in London would complete the circle following the 2012 Olympic Games in the capital and go a long way to fulfilling Britain's athletics legacy promise, UK Athletics chairman Ed Warner said on Tuesday.
MONACO (Reuters) - London will fulfil a promise of a legacy for track and field following next year's Olympics after it was chosen to host the 2017 world athletics championships on Friday by beating Doha for the right to stage the global showpiece for the first time.
VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog board of governors censured Iran on Friday over mounting suspicions it may be seeking to develop atomic bombs, after the six big powers overcame divisions on how to best deal with a defiant Tehran.
VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog board censured Iran on Friday over mounting suspicions it is trying to develop nuclear weapons, but Tehran said the move would only strengthen its determination to press on with sensitive work.
VIENNA (Reuters) - The U.N. nuclear watchdog board censured Iran on Friday over mounting suspicions it is trying to develop atomic bombs, but Tehran said the move would only strengthen its determination to press on with sensitive work.