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BRUSSELS/BERLIN (Reuters) -If the U.S. military were a nation state, it would be the world's 47th largest emitter of planet-warming greenhouse gases, a 2019 study found.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) -Argentine President Alberto Fernandez triggered a Twitter storm and a regional race debate on Wednesday with misjudged comments to visiting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez that sought to play up the South American country's ties with Europe.
VENICE (Reuters) - The first cruise ship to leave Venice since coronavirus restrictions were eased set sail on Saturday, but some local residents protested over the return to normal, unhappy about the passage of giant liners through the historic lagoon city.
PETALING JAYA: It is day two of the lockdown, but there is still confusion, especially at roadblocks.
KOTA KINABALU: Barter trade boats plying routes between Sabah and the neighbouring southern Philippines and Indonesia will not be allowed to operate during the two-week lockdown beginning on Tuesday (June 1).
TOKYO (Reuters) - A crew member of a Japanese cargo ship was feared dead on Sunday after he was recovered near a vessel that had capsized and sunk following a collision in domestic waters, local media reported.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spain will allow cruise ships to dock in its ports from June 7, the transport ministry said on Saturday, hoping to salvage the country's battered tourism sector in time for the summer season.
KLANG: Maritime pilots are asking to be included in the Covid-19 vaccination priority list as they risk infection when doing their duties.