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COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The European military mission fighting Islamist militants in Mali will forge a new plan of action within two weeks after the country's ruling military junta demanded the withdrawal of Danish special forces, Denmark's defence minister said on Friday.
BEIJING (China Daily/Asia News Network): As the longest-serving Chinese ambassador to the United States, a role he filled from April 2013 to June 2021, Cui Tiankai, 70, has definitely been a policy influencer in China-US relations.
PARIS (Reuters) - French investigators are preparing to go to Saudi Arabia soon as part of their probe into incidents targeting French nationals that have marred the Dakar sports car rally, a source with knowledge of the matter said on Friday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, wants to expand in Russia and neighbouring states where it sees prospects for new regulations that will boost its business, an executive said.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German prosecutors arrested and charged a Russian citizen with spying for Russia, alleging he had passed information on aerospace technology, in particular the Ariane space launch vehicle, to Russian intelligence.
PARIS (Reuters) - French authorities are looking into a second, suspicious explosion which occured last month at the Dakar sports car rally, reported French radio station RMC.
KUALA LUMPUR (The Star/Asia News Network): The Mujahideen Indonesia Timur (MIT), which operates in the mountainous jungle of Poso, Sulawesi, used to have Uighurs from China working side by side with them in their terrorism.According to intelligence reports, most of them used forged Turkish passports to enter Indonesia from Thailand to launch their attacks on Syiah, Christians, and the Indonesian government.
WASHINGTON (AFP): The US government warned companies Wednesday (Jan 26) to be extremely wary of doing business in Myanmar, citing the risks of being linked to a military government involved in lawlessness and human rights abuse.
PARIS (Reuters) - France and 14 other countries urged Mali late on Wednesday to allow Danish special forces to remain in the African country, but its transitional government insisted on an immediate withdrawal.