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Hopes for revival pinned on Afghan palace restoration

KABUL (Reuters) - After years of abandonment, the ruined Darul Aman palace in Kabul, one of the most recognizable symbols of Afghanistan's decades of war, is to be restored in a project authorities hope will come to symbolize revival instead of destruction.


Hurricane Matthew's coastal path makes it so frightening, experts say

(Reuters) - The coast-hugging path that forecasters expect Hurricane Matthew to take as it moves up the Atlantic seaboard on Friday and Saturday could make the storm one of the most devastating ever to hit the U.S. Southeast, according to experts.


IMF chief gives Deutsche Bank tough advice, says need deal on fine

WASHINGTON/FRANKFURT: IMF chief Christine Lagarde gave Deutsche Bank some tough advice on Thursday, saying Germany's biggest lender needed to reform its business model and rapidly reach a deal with U.S. regulators over a potentially huge fine.


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Typhoon Chaba leaves six dead in South Korea

Seoul: South Korea cleaned up after Typhoon Chaba lashed its southern coast with powerful winds and heavy rains that triggered flash floods and left six people dead and four missing.


Poland's parliament rejects plans for near-total abortion ban

WARSAW (Reuters) - Poland's parliament overwhelmingly rejected plans for a near-total ban on abortion on Thursday after mass protests by tens of thousands of women, marking an embarrassing setback for the conservative government and the powerful Catholic Church.


Pakistan parliament passes legislation against 'honour killings'

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan's parliament unanimously passed legislation against "honour killings" three months after the high-profile murder of an outspoken social media star.


Southeast U.S. bracing for powerful Hurricane Matthew

MIAMI/CHARLESTON, S.C. (Reuters) - People along the southeast U.S. coast fled inland, stocked up on groceries and queued for gasoline on Wednesday as President Barack Obama and state governors urged millions to evacuate or brace for a potentially devastating Hurricane Matthew.


Israel disputes U.S. statements, says West Bank housing project not a new settlement

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel said on Wednesday that new houses it was building in the occupied West Bank did not constitute a new settlement, dismissing a strong U.S. condemnation of project.


U.S. government condemns new Israeli plan on settlements

WASHINGTON/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The United States sharply criticized Israel on Wednesday over plans to build a new Jewish settlement in the West Bank that it said would damage prospects for peace with the Palestinians and contradicted assurances made to Washington.