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Solid England searching for World Cup identity

LONDON (Reuters) - But for a contentious late VAR decision, England manager Gareth Southgate would have been planning his next World Cup steps on the tail of back-to-back wins over two major footballing powers, draws against two more and a run of six successive clean sheets.

Let's not believe our own hype warns Germany's Toni Kroos

BERLIN (Reuters) - Defeat by Brazil in Tuesday's friendly international highlighted Germany's need for sharp improvement ahead of the World Cup in June and players would be wise not to believe the hype created around the world champions, midfielder Toni Kroos warned.

Trump gives positive sign on talks with Kim, good review of Xi meeting

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un looked forward to meeting with him, indicating the planned landmark talks between the isolated Asian leader and Republican president will go forward.

Sisi on course for big election win, early estimates say

CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is on course for a landslide election victory although there was little sign he had achieved the high turnout he sought, according to early estimates after polls closed in a three-day election.

Russia buries victims of mall blaze as flags fly at half mast

KEMEROVO/MOSCOW (Reuters) - Funerals began in Russia on Wednesday for the 64 people, most of them children, whose deaths in a fire at a Siberian shopping mall have roused public anger over official corruption and incompetence.

Six Tanzanian opposition leaders charged with sedition

DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Tanzania has charged six opposition leaders with sedition and incitement to violence, a move branded by critics of the government as an effort to silence dissent.     Freeman Mbowe, chairman of the main opposition CHADEMA party, was charged with five other senior party leaders at a court in Dar es Salaam on Tuesday, court documents showed.

Wall St. closes lower in rocky session on Amazon losses

NEW YORK: Wall Street closed lower after a rocky session on Wednesday as gains in consumer staples and healthcare were offset by a sharp drop in Amazon shares and a continuing slide in technology stocks

Russia says it will respond in kind to West's expulsions

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia said on Wednesday it would respond in kind to the mass expulsion of Russian diplomats by the West over the poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal in the English city of Salisbury.

Malaysian palm oil price slips as ringgit surges to 2-year high

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian palm oil futures edged lower on Wednesday evening as the ringgit strengthened further and hit its highest in nearly two years.

France honours gendarme who sacrificed his life in Islamist attack

PARIS (Reuters) - President Emmanuel Macron led national tributes on Wednesday to the gendarme who switched places with a woman hostage during an attack on a supermarket in southern France last week and was killed by the Islamist gunman.