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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - A sacked Turkish general, wanted in connection with a failed coup attempt in July, has told Reuters in an interview that the government's purge of top commanders and pilots is inflicting deep long-term damage on the second-biggest army in NATO.
Beijing: More than nine million children have been “left behind” in China’s countryside by parents who have moved to its towns and cities to find work, Beijing said.
BERLIN (Reuters) - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange said on Tuesday the group would publish about one million documents related to the U.S. election and three governments in coming weeks, but denied the release was aimed at damaging Hillary Clinton.
MANILA: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday refused to apologise for calling the US ambassador “gay” and “the son of a whore” in remarks that sparked a diplomatic row.
NIMBO, Nigeria (Reuters) - Muslim herdsmen fleeing Boko Haram jihadists and fast-spreading desertification in the north of Nigeria are clashing with Christian farmers in the south, adding a dangerous new dimension to the sectarian tensions and militancy plaguing the country.
PURBALINGGA, Indonesia (Reuters) - Rizki Mulyadi sits half-submerged in a steaming herbal bath, hands folded in his lap and head down.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - The remains of super typhoon Nepartak made landfall in China's eastern Fujian province on Saturday, bringing high winds and heavy rain, and forcing the relocation of hundreds of thousands of people.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombia's national police force has fired more than 1,400 officers over the past 80 days in a crackdown on corruption, the country's top law enforcement official said on Wednesday.