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RIMBO, Sweden (Reuters) - Yemen's warring parties held the first direct talks in U.N.-led peace efforts in Sweden on Sunday to iron out a prisoner swap, one of several confidence-building measures intended to help launch a political process to end nearly four years of conflict.
OSLO (Reuters) - This year's Nobel Peace Prize winners on Sunday called for justice for the victims of sexual violence in conflicts around the world, a day before they will receive the award for their efforts to put an end to rape as a weapon of war.
Male counterpart to The Vagina Monologues aims to challenge traditional Chinese gender stereotypes and tackle domestic violence Work was written by Fang Gang who founded a group that provides counselling for wife beaters in the hope of reforming their behaviour
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron will address the country on Monday as he seeks to placate "yellow vest" anti-government protesters who wreaked havoc in Paris this weekend.
HONG KONG: Hong Kong is on course to take the global IPO crown this year for the most money raised in stock market flotations, narrowly ahead of arch-rival New York, but its new listings have posted the worst performance among leading bourses, data show.
TORONTO: A top executive of China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd argued that she should be let out on bail while awaiting an extradition hearing due to severe hypertension and fears for her health
(Reuters) - Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling believes newspapers are helping "fuel racism" and "aggressive behaviour" with their portrayal of young black players.
ROME/PADUA (Reuters) - Italy's deputy prime minister, Matteo Salvini, normally relishes confrontation, but now the firebrand populist is under attack from a place he calls home.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Iranian security forces have detained 10 people suspected of links to a suicide car bomb attack this week that killed at least two policemen, police chief Hossein Ashtari said on Sunday.
ALGIERS (Reuters) - The Roman Catholic Church in Algeria has beatified 19 Christians killed in a civil war in the 1990s including seven Trappist monks who were beheaded at their monastery by Islamist militants.