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LIMA (Reuters) - Venezuela's baseball team will not compete in the Pan American Games beginning this week, but some athletes who have escaped the country's economic collapse will play for their adopted home of Peru, host to the 18th edition of the regional multi-nation event that precedes the Olympics.
PETALING JAYA: Two men were nabbed in a snatch theft case after they targeted a 44-year-old Chinese tourist and made off with her handbag.
KUALA LUMPUR: Two habitual criminals were arrested within 24 hours after snatching the handbag of a Chinese tourist.
QUITO (Reuters) - Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno on Friday signed a decree requiring Venezuelan citizens, who until now could cross the border with a passport or other form of identification, to have a visa to enter the country.
Who's afraid of the big bad wolf? In today’s geopolitics, it would be the United States who seem to be terrified by the rise of China’s economic and technological power and perceive the country as a “wolfish threat”. But many other nations have a different view. To them, China is the golden goose.
PARIS (Reuters) - Julian Alaphilippe surrendered the yellow jersey in the penultimate competitive stage and Thibaut Pinot was left sobbing at roadside as he abandoned in the Alps, yet this French duo restored the pride of a cycling nation and revived hopes of a long-awaited home-grown winner of the Tour de France.
A visit to the Korean Demilitarised Zone raises awareness of the long history between North and South Korea.
A recent study reveals that potentially, two persons could get away with using the same travel document or passport, especially in a border control situation where the legitimacy of the photo identification is determined by a human officer rather than a computer.
Despite the tear gas tango it’s a crying shame that travellers have fled. Some incredible deals may yet tempt many back.
Malaysia is one of 25 countries that don't allow mothers to pass their citizenship on to their kids on an equal basis as fathers. These discriminatory citizenship laws need to change if Malaysia hopes to empower its women.