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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union will keep sanctions on Russia until Moscow drops its support for the separatist rebellion in Ukraine, foreign ministers said on Monday, as U.S. President Donald Trump promises better ties with the Kremlin.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - The U.S. embassy in Baghdad said on Monday it has limited the movement of its personnel after receiving "credible threats of possible attacks on hotels frequented by Westerners".
A coalition led by some of the world’s biggest tech firms is taking on President Donald Trump’s travel ban, signalling the contentious relationship between the sector and the White House could be about to get worse.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Fabio Fognini made his experience tell to beat Guido Pella in five sets and send Italy into the Davis Cup quarter-finals at the expense of depleted holders Argentina on Monday. Fognini battled back to win 2-6 4-6 6-3 6-4 6-2 in the final and deciding rubber which had been postponed on Sunday due to rain delays and failing light.
ON BOARD AIR FORCE ONE (Reuters) - The White House is confident that it will prevail in a legal back-and-forth over President Donald Trump's executive order to prevent travellers from seven countries entering the United States, spokesman Sean Spicer said on Monday.
BEIJING: A Chinese man’s new young bride from Laos ran off only a few days after their arranged marriage.
(Reuters) - More than 100 companies, including most of high-tech's biggest names, joined a legal brief opposing President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban, arguing that it would give companies strong incentives to move jobs outside the United States.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A young Iranian girl in need of emergency eye surgery only available in the United States arrived safely at a New York airport on Monday evening, after a court halted new travel restrictions put in place suddenly last month that threatened to delay the vital treatment.
BEIJING: China’s foreign exchange reserves unexpectedly fell below the closely watched US$3 trillion (RM13.3 trillion) level in January for the first time in nearly six years, though tighter regulatory controls appeared to making some progress in slowing capital outflows.