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BEIRUT (Reuters) - Walid Assi was cooking at a Beirut pizza joint on Tuesday night when a huge blast wave pushed him down. The ground beneath him shook. He saw a flash of white. The roof caved in.
IT hardly seems like three decades ago, but on the hot summer day of Feb 27, 1990, I stood on the tarmac of the Lusaka airport in Zambia to welcome African hero Nelson Mandela.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday urged opponents of Beijing's plan to impose national security legislation in the financial hub to stop "smearing" the effort, saying those who did were "the enemy of the people".
Exclusive: Israel builds new Jerusalem road that will link settlements as government weighs West Bank annexation
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Construction is under way on a major new ring road for Jerusalem that Israeli officials say will benefit all of its residents, but critics of the project say is another obstacle to Palestinian hopes to make East Jerusalem the capital of a future state.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin's opponents agree a nationwide vote next month that could extend his rule is a sham, but are split over whether to campaign for a "No" vote or call for a boycott.
MILAN (Reuters) - Shops, restaurants and hair salons prepared to reopen in Italy on Monday as the government further eased one of the world's strictest coronavirus lockdowns, saying it was taking a "calculated risk" to put the country back on its feet.
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Thousands marched through Sarajevo on Saturday to commemorate victims of the Ustasa regime, a puppet state founded by Croat fascists and allied to Nazi Germany, and to oppose a Catholic Mass held in the city for Ustasa and their families, slain at the end of World War Two.
INTERNATIONAL R&B singer Yuna’s face is appearing on giant billboards around New York as part of a campaign by popular streaming platform Spotify to celebrate Asian musicians, reported Harian Metro.
TOKYO: These are lonely times for thousands of souvenirs in dozens of Tokyo 2020 Olympic stores, which are drawing few customers with the postponed games more than a year away and facing an unclear future.
The Titan Summit 2020, an effective platform to help entrepreneurs build their business knowledge and survive the current environment
The national Movement Control Order(MCO), which has been in effect for more than six weeks, and is unlikely to be extended, will have a significant impact not only on individuals, but also on the entrepreneurial side.