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From Ghana, Togo, Sierra Leone, Guinea Bissau, Pakistan and other countries, the asylum-seekers find temporary work through a local non-profit group that helps them find legal employment in vineyards or olive groves while their claims are being processed.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin has said Russia would be ready to hand over cyber criminals to the United States if Washington did the same for Moscow and the two powers reached an agreement to that effect.
ANKARA (Reuters) - No stranger to rocky relations with Washington, President Tayyip Erdogan holds his first meeting with President Joe Biden next week overshadowed by bitter disputes and by the new U.S. president's cool tone towards Turkey.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey is hoping that a meeting between President Tayyip Erdogan and his U.S. counterpart Joe Biden at next week's NATO summit will yield positive results, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Wednesday, adding the meeting would be "critical".
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian firms are eyeing a revival of business in Libya where a new government is starting work to rebuild the nation on Egypt's doorstep that was shattered by a decade of fighting and chaos.
Two weeks after assigning Japan highest rating that discouraged all travel, agency revises its criteria for health notices.
Bikers of Libya’s Mediterranean city of Benghazi, the cradle of its 2011 revolution and a one-time Islamist bastion, rev up their motors to show another side to their war-scarred country.
(Reuters) - Former Spain manager Javier Clemente has signed a contract to return to his old job as national team coach of Libya, the Libyan football federation said on Monday.
SUFFICIENT spare capacity and more agile market monitoring appears to have given OPEC+ the confidence to take a more gradual approach to boosting oil supplies, despite warnings that it risks over-tightening the market as demand rebounds. Sufficient spare capacity and more agile market monitoring appears to have given OPEC+ the confidence to take a more gradual approach to boosting oil supplies, despite warnings that it risks over-tightening the market as demand rebounds.