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Del Bosque calms England’s concern ahead of friendly

Spain coach Vicente del Bosque is concerned with speculation in England that racism could mar next week's friendly in Seville.

North Korea open to disarmament progress - U.S. expert

BEIJING (Reuters) - North Korea wants to advance nuclear disarmament steps if its aid demands are met and it played down concerns over possible missile launches, a former senior U.S. diplomat just back from Pyongyang said on Saturday.

North Korea still wants nuclear talks - U.S. expert

BEIJING (Reuters) - North Korea has signaled willingness to move ahead with denuclearisation talks and played down reports it may test fire missiles, a former senior U.S. diplomat just back from Pyongyang said on Saturday.

Vatican demands Holocaust denier publicly recant

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The Vatican on Wednesday ordered a traditionalist bishop who denies the Holocaust to publicly recant his views if he wants to serve as a prelate in the Roman Catholic Church.

Vatican demands Holocaust denier publicly recant

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The Vatican on Wednesday ordered a traditionalist bishop who denies the Holocaust to publicly recant his views if he wants to serve as a prelate in the Roman Catholic Church.

Mayor confident city woes can be resolved

THE roads are choked with traffic, rivers are polluted, drains are clogged and infested with rats, no thanks to the roadside hawkers, and the dwindling number of green space.

Underage sex and rape cases up in S’pore

More people were hurt or killed as a result of violent crime in Singapore last year, in particular, rape.

Priests' comments on Jews, Muslims embarrass Pope

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Outbursts about Jews and Muslims by Italian leaders of an ultra-traditionalist Roman Catholic group show the challenge facing Pope Benedict as he tries to bring them back into the Church.

North Korea scraps all accords with South

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea said on Friday it was scrapping all accords with the South, the latest in a series of angry verbal attacks on its neighbour that some analysts say are more designed at grabbing the new U.S. government's attention.

North Korea scraps all accords with South

SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea said on Friday it was scrapping all accords with the South, the latest in a series of verbal attacks on its neighbour that analysts say are more aimed at grabbing the attention of new U.S. President Barack Obama.