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ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Two Turkish restaurant workers have been detained in Libya by forces of eastern military commander Khalifa Haftar, and the Turkish authorities have denied that they were spies, a Turkish newspaper reported on Wednesday.
LONDON (AP): A British judge sentenced WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Wednesday to 50 weeks in prison for skipping bail seven years ago and holing up in the Ecuadorian embassy.
CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court handed life sentences to Hassan Malik, a leader of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood, as well as his son Hamza and five others on Tuesday after convicting them of terrorism offences.
SRINAGAR (Reuters) - Both the United Nations and the International Criminal Court consider the way civilians said they were used by the Indian army to search houses in south Kashmir to be illegal under international law, experts said.
PINGLAN, India/SRINAGAR (Reuters) - Hundreds of Indian soldiers descended on the picturesque village of Pinglan, which is surrounded by south Kashmir's apple and apricot orchards, just before midnight on February 17.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The children ran along the narrow enclosure, screaming, fighting and crying for the attention of the prison worker distributing sweets and balloons. Bug-bitten toddlers, too small to walk, clung to the sides of the chain link fence, staring blankly.
LONDON: A merger between long-time alliance partners Renault SA and Nissan Motor Co would codify a global automotive pecking order dominated by three mega players, putting pressure on everyone else to bulk up or risk being left behind. They just need to find a way to agree.
BEIJING: China’s top market regulator declared initial victory over illegal practices in the scam-ridden healthcare products industry that mainly targets consumers age 60 and older, as a 100-day crackdown on substandard products and false advertising ended.