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CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt and Turkey on Thursday held talks on the conflict in Libya, where they back competing factions, on Syria and the security situation in the eastern Mediterranean, in a push to rebuild their fractured relations.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - One is a centre-left avowed secularist who says the Palestinians should get a state. The other is a firebrand of the religious hard right who wants to annex most of the occupied West Bank. Meet the men from Israel's opposite political poles who could topple Benjamin Netanyahu.
Indonesia has deployed 400 more soldiers in the easternmost region of Papua, an army spokesman said on Thursday, as an exiled separatist leader warned that the military looked set to launch its biggest security operation in the area in decades.
Hong Kong protests: four jailed for up to 56 months over National Day riot, judge says non-violent participants at scene share culpability
More than 200 protesters had confronted police at junction of Tai Ho Road and Hoi Pa Street on October 1, 2019, in clash termed by judge as ‘mini-war’Sentences were premised on principle of ‘joint enterprise’, a doctrine capable of indicting a wide range of suspects in a riot or unlawful assembly
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- Cahya Mata Sarawak Bhd (CMS) expects to appoint an external consultant by the middle of this month to probe allegations of financial mismanagement in relation to its investments and operations.
More than 200 global organizations urged the U.N. Security Council on Wednesday to impose an arms embargo on Myanmar, saying the time for statements has passed and immediate action is needed to help protect peaceful protesters against military rule and other opponents of the junta.
BERLIN (Reuters) -Military cooperation in the European Union will get a boost as the 27 nation bloc is admitting for the first time outside partners such as the United States, Canada and Norway into one of its projects, Germany said on Thursday.
DUBLIN (Reuters) - The Irish government has urged Britain against taking unilateral action to shield former soldiers who served in Northern Ireland during the UK province's sectarian conflict from facing prosecution, a foreign ministry spokesman said.
China-Australia relations: farmer laments ‘mistake’ of depending solely on Chinese market as supply chains shift
South Australian farmer Corey Blacksell said the biggest eye-opener for him last year was not so much the deteriorating relations between Australia and its biggest trading partner, but how Australia had become so complacent in its reliance on that one export customer: China.
New book of Antoine de Saint-Exupery's love letters suggests a reconciliation is on the cards between his heirs