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SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's government on Tuesday said it would publish history textbooks for use in schools from 2017, taking a step necessary to strip current teaching of its "ideological bias".
MIAMI (Reuters) - A leading member of FIFA's reform committee, Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah, says up to 40 percent of the reform proposals made by ethics and compliance chief Domenico Scala could be rejected, including plans for term limits for top executives.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The West is to blame for the refugee crisis confronting Europe after it interfered in the affairs of Middle Eastern countries to try and push its own values, such as democracy, but only caused chaos, a former senior Chinese diplomat has said.
PUTRAJAYA: Despite a weak global economy, the Government can still proceed with its programmes to benefit and prosper the people, including the country’s 1.6 million civil servants.
SAMARKAND, Uzbekistan (Reuters) - Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday met Uzbekistan’s autocratic ruler and officials from other Central Asian states accused of being among the world’s worst human rights offenders.
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Islamic State fighters drove Syrian government forces from a western town on Sunday, a monitoring group reported, as fighting escalated despite a flurry of diplomatic activity and talks between regional rivals.