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MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin has asked some Russian companies to mount internal information campaigns to boost turnout in a nationwide vote on constitutional reforms that could allow President Vladimir Putin to keep power until 2036, documents seen by Reuters show.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - One of the most wanted Mexican cartel leaders threatened the government and his arch-foes in highly unusual video messages, including one where he can be seen fighting back tears after his mother was detained over the weekend.
PETRONAS, the national Malaysian energy conglomerate that has the singular distinction of being the only Malaysian corporation included in the Fortune Global 500, is continuing its unwavering 45-year-long commitment to supporting and grooming the nation’s future talents and leaders with its trademark educational sponsorship programme.
KOTA KINABALU: Umas, a male Bornean Pygmy elephant, was translocated from Felda’s Umas oil palm plantation in Kalabakan to the Gunung Rara Forest Reserve on Sunday (June 21).
TULSA, Okla. (Reuters) - Thirteen jars filled with ash and dirt and bone rest in the basement of Tulsa's Vernon African Methodist Episcopal Church, an unsettled repose for the victims of a nearly century-old massacre that still haunts the Black residents of Oklahoma's second-largest city.
KUALA LUMPUR: Herbs are the secret to longevity, says the new Malaysia Book of Records (MBR) holder of the oldest living woman.
MINSK (Reuters) - President Alexander Lukashenko said on Friday Belarus had foiled a foreign plot to destabilise the country ahead of the presidential election in August, a day after the arrest of his main political rival sparked protests.
VALLETTA (Reuters) - In the months before her murder in 2017, Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was on the trail of an offshore company called 17 Black Limited.
OSLO (Reuters) - Norway, which has some of the strictest travel restrictions in Europe, must maintain tight control of its borders to avoid importing COVID-19 cases from abroad, Prime Minister Erna Solberg said on Friday.