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KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan forces backed by U.S. air strikes have killed dozens of insurgents loyal to Islamic State this week as they continue a push into areas occupied by the radical group, officials said on Tuesday.
TALLINN (Reuters) - Three men have been jailed for spying for Russia, Estonia's state prosecutor's office said on Tuesday, an unusual case targeting low-level smugglers that comes amid heightened concern over muscular Russian foreign policy in eastern Europe.
KABUL (Reuters) - Officials from Afghanistan, Pakistan, the United States and China meeting in Kabul on Tuesday expect to set a date for the first direct talks with the Taliban since a previous round in the peace process broke down last year.
LIMA (Reuters) - Ruptures in Peru's main oil pipeline have spilled 3,000 barrels of crude in an Amazonian region, operator Petroperu said Monday, and the oil has polluted two rivers native villages rely on for water, according to government officials.
SINGAPORE: Oil prices dipped in Asia Tuesday after mounting a strong rally the day before as traders remain doubtful that talks on an output freeze among key crude producers will lead to agreement.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Bad weather cut the number of refugees and migrants arriving in Greece, the main gateway to Europe, by 40 percent last month from December, the European Union's border agency Frontex said on Monday.
PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian singer got the judges of The Voice UK up on their feet and performing the "poco-poco" line dance on the final "blind auditions" that aired on Saturday.
STOCKHOLM: EU climate targets won’t be met unless greenhouse gas emissions linked to beef and dairy consumption are dramatically reduced, a Swedish study published on Monday said.
SINGAPORE: The temporary Woodlands Bus Interchange here will be disabled-friendly, as Singaporean member of parliament, Amrin Amin, confirmed for himself on Monday morning - in a wheelchair.
NEW DELHI: A bitter row over a student’s arrest for sedition at a prestigious Indian university has exposed deep divisions between liberal intellectuals and the nationalist government in the world’s biggest democracy.