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TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Gunfire could be heard over Tripoli on Thursday as armed groups mobilised heavy weapons and took up positions in several parts of the Libyan capital.
ROME (Reuters) - A 'No' vote in Sunday's referendum on constitutional reform would be a slap in the face to Europe, said the head of the rightist Northern League, pledging to pull Italy from the euro if he wins the next national elections.
New Delhi: Jatin Pal’s wedding was just days away and his family were finalising plans for an extravagant multi-day celebration – then Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi banned high denomination notes overnight, casting a dark shadow over the festivities.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union unveiled its biggest defence funding and research plan in more than a decade on Wednesday to reverse billions in cuts and send a message to U.S. President-elect Donald Trump that it wants to pay for its own security.
SINGAPORE: An Indonesian domestic worker punched her employer's two-year-old son after she was scolded by her employer. On Wednesday, Ayunda Lestari Dayuki, 24, was jailed for four months after admitting to ill-treating the child at a flat in Bukit Batok on Sept 22, 2016.
CHENGDU: A raid on a slaughterhouse, which killed cats and sold them as rabbit meat has discovered nearly one tonne of fresh and frozen carcasses, according to a Global Times report Tuesday.
DATUK Seri Najib Tun Razak has called on party leaders to be united and focus on serving the people, said Umno supreme council member Datuk Sohaimi Shahadan.