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HONG KONG/JAKARTA (Reuters) - Unofficial "quick counts" in Indonesia's election on Wednesday, based on data from polling stations, gave incumbent President Joko Widodo, or Jokowi, a substantial lead over ex-general Prabowo Subianto.
PARADISE, Calif. (Reuters) - Search teams have recovered remains of 42 people killed by a fierce wildfire that largely incinerated the town of Paradise in northern California, marking the greatest loss of life from a wild land blaze in state history, authorities said on Monday.
ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Equity and bond markets have welcomed Imran Khan's victory in Pakistan's disputed election, but the former cricket hero faces a tough slog to avert a currency crisis and implement long-term reforms needed to end decades of boom-and-bust cycles.
(Corrects position of Belgium in 12th paragraph to wanting to keep urgent situations in countries, not just Israel, on the agenda of each session.)
GENEVA (Reuters) - Israel was sharply criticised at a U.N. human rights body on Friday for its killings of protesters in Gaza and treatment of the Palestinians, but Washington came to its defence.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Israel's Ambassador Aviva Raz Shechter told the U.N. Human Rights Council on Friday that Israel tried to minimise casualties when it defended its borders against "terrorists" in Gaza, and blamed Hamas militants for using human shields.
GENEVA (Reuters) - Israel accused the United Nations on Tuesday of continuous discrimination against it over its treatment of Palestinians and called for reforms of its human rights body.
LONDON (Reuters) - A global task force set up by the G20 has developed a voluntary framework for companies to disclose the financial impact of climate-related risks and opportunities, drawing support from more than 100 companies with $11 trillion (8.5 trillion pounds) of assets.
GENEVA (Reuters) - A U.N. report on establishing a database of companies with business ties to Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank has been delayed, the U.N. Human Rights Council said on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May will use her first bilateral trade trip since taking office to try to boost ties with India before leaving the European Union.