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China to strengthen Internet security after US spying report

China will beef up its Internet security in response to recent reports that the US government spied on a major telecommunications firm, the Defence Ministry said on Thursday.

Wife of freed Ukraine commander says he resisted pressure to switch sides

BELBEK, Crimea (Reuters) - Ukrainian Colonel Yuliy Mamchur spent four days under Russian custody in Crimea in an empty single room, deprived of sleep and under constant pressure to switch sides, his wife said on Thursday, a day after he was unexpectedly released.

U.N. chief Ban tells Putin he is 'deeply concerned' over Ukraine

MOSCOW (Reuters) - U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told President Vladimir Putin on Thursday he was "deeply concerned" by the crisis between Russia and Ukraine.

China to strengthen Internet security after U.S. spying report

BEIJING (Reuters) - China will beef up its internet security after recent reports that the U.S. government spied on a major telecommunications firm, the Defence Ministry said on Thursday.

Missing MH370: MAS requests for families to be left alone

CYBERJAYA: Malaysian Airlines has released a statement requesting for the media to respect the privacy of the families of passengers on-board missing flight MH370.

Uruguay agrees to U.S. request to take some Guantanamo inmates

MONTEVIDEO (Reuters) - Uruguay has agreed with the United States to accept some prisoners held in the much-criticised detention centre at the U.S. military base of Guantanamo Bay, President Jose Mujica said on Thursday.

U.N. launches Sri Lanka war crimes investigation

GENEVA (Reuters) - The United Nations on Thursday launched an inquiry into war crimes allegedly committed by both Sri Lankan state forces and Tamil rebels during their conflict that ended in 2009, saying the government had failed to investigate properly.

Serbia's next PM sets reform target, backs finance minister to stay

BELGRADE (Reuters) - Serbia's probable next prime minister set a mid-July target to overhaul laws on labour, bankruptcy and privatisation under his reformist agenda after winning a parliamentary majority unseen since the days of strongman Slobodan Milosevic.

Russia says no need for early repayment of Ukrainian bonds

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said on Thursday he saw no need for the early repayment of Eurobonds bought from Ukraine.

‘First’ public gay wedding ceremony in Myanmar

YANGON: Dressed in matching traditional Myanmar clothes and garlanded with jasmine, a gay couple married in a lavish public ceremony that they say was the first of its kind in the conservative nation.