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BEIJING, Jan 23 (AP): China has authorised its coast guard to fire on foreign vessels and destroy structures on features it claims, potentially raising the possibility of clashes with regional maritime rivals.
LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester United and Liverpool lock horns for the second Sunday in a row this weekend and the hope is that their FA Cup fourth round clash will offer more entertainment than the Premier League stalemate did at Anfield.
BANGKOK (Bloomberg): After political and economic instability saw unprecedented demands for reform of the Thai monarchy, King Maha Vajiralongkorn is seeking to burnish his image in what is shaping up as another year of tension in the country.
TUNIS (Reuters) - Violent clashes erupted for a fifth night on Tuesday between police and protesters in several Tunisian cities, including the capital Tunis and Sidi Bouzid, the cradle of the Arab Spring uprisings, as anger and frustration mount over economic hardship.
TUNIS, Jan. 19 (Xinhua) -- The acts of vandalism, looting and attacks on public and private properties are not innocent in Tunisia, Tunisian Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi said on Tuesday.
LEVELLAND, Texas (Reuters) - Pat Cowan, a Republican official in west Texas, would rather blow up her party than see it controlled by “weak” Republicans who increasingly are distancing themselves from President Donald Trump since the U.S. Capitol riots he is accused of inciting.
A Wylie man arrested over the weekend for going inside of the US Capitol on Jan 6 told his family he went there “to protect the country” and threatened to shoot his children if they turned him in, authorities say.
Cox's Bazar (Bangladesh), Jan 19 (AFP): Four UNICEF schools for Rohingya children in refugee camps in Bangladesh have been destroyed in a fire, officials said Tuesday, with the UN children's agency calling it arson.
Over the four years of the Trump presidency, social media platforms generally took a soft line in enforcing their policies against threats and misinformation, allowing most borderline speech, including the president’s, to stand.