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AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The resignation of two Dutch ministers gives a further boost to the populist far-right Freedom Party of Geert Wilders ahead of March 18 provincial elections that threaten to destabilise the centre-right government.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - As the United States and Iran negotiate the final stages of a nuclear deal, they are still oceans apart on another area of conflict: the future of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
SOFIA (Reuters) - NATO's Black Sea members Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey joined four other alliance states in a multinational naval exercise on Tuesday just across the water from the Crimean Peninsula annexed by Russia last year.
CAIRO (Reuters) - A suicide bomber killed a civilian and wounded 30 policemen when he tried to ram a water tanker into a police barracks in the Egyptian city of al-Arish on Tuesday, security sources said, the latest in a string of attacks in the Sinai peninsula.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China expressed anger on Tuesday after fighting between Myanmar soldiers and rebels unleashed a stray shell that flattened a house in its territory, and called for a cooling-off in tension after more than a month of strife.
KABUL (Reuters) - A senior Afghan lawmaker has warned President Ashraf Ghani about relying on Pakistan to help broker peace talks with the Taliban, citing what he said was Islamabad's history of supporting the insurgents.
N'DJAMENA/NIAMEY (Reuters) - Chad and Niger launched a joint army operation against Boko Haram militants in Nigeria on Sunday, military sources said, stepping up a regional push to end the Sunni Muslim group's six-year insurgency.
ALEXANDRIA, Egypt (Reuters) - A series of bombings killed one and wounded nine others in Egypt's second city of Alexandria on Sunday, security and medical sources said.
Mindfulness, an accepted psychotherapy for stress, anxiety, pain and trauma, is being used to help nurses deal with stress.