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(Reuters) - Newcastle United signed forward Miguel Almiron from Major League Soccer (MLS) champions Atlanta United for an undisclosed fee on a 5-1/2 year deal, the Premier League club said on Thursday.
CAIRO (Reuters) - A bigger presence of relief agencies, U.N. workers and diplomats in Libya has done little to ease the plight of migrants abused in detention centres and blocked from crossing the Mediterranean, migrants and aid workers say.
FARAFFENI/BARRA, Gambia (Reuters) - A gleaming new bridge in West Africa is transforming transport between Gambia and Senegal, but spells disaster for traders making a living off travellers making the agonising wait to catch a ferry across the Gambia River.
CATANIA, Italy (Reuters) - Migrants forced to remain on board the ship that rescued them off the coast of Libya almost two weeks ago stepped onto dry land in Sicily on Thursday, with Italy's government promising to continue to block charity ships from its ports.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Seven environmental non-government organisations (NGOs), including the Rainforest Action Network, have accused Tokyo 2020 Olympic organisers of failing to end the use of timber associated with rainforest destruction and human rights abuses.
NAIROBI/MOMBASA, Kenya (Reuters) - The bomber who blew himself up outside a Nairobi hotel this month, launching an attack that killed 21 people, was already so well-known to Kenyan police that they had emblazoned his face across billboards under the slogan "WANTED: DEAD OR ALIVE".
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India summoned Pakistan's envoy in protest against a telephone call made by Pakistan's foreign minister to a separatist leader in Indian Kashmir and said there would be consequences if there was more such contact.
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir said on Thursday that his country was reopening its border with Eritrea, which has been shut for about a year.
HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's umbrella public sector union has backed down from plans for a national strike, an official said on Thursday, citing the volatile situation in the country after violent protests this month were met by a security crackdown.