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PRISTINA (Reuters) - A court in Kosovo has sentenced a lawmaker who once served as a government minister to two years in jail for denying a massacre by Serb forces in 1999 which prompted NATO's intervention to halt the war.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chileans are increasingly turning to bikes to get to work after weeks of rioting have hobbled Santiago's metro system, destroyed hundreds of stop lights and left broken glass and debris littering its once-orderly streets.
HARARE (Reuters) - A court in Zimbabwe on Thursday appointed Robert Mugabe's daughter to identify assets left by the late former leader so they can be distributed to his beneficiaries, his lawyer said.
PHNOM PENH (Xinhua): The Cambodia-International Construction Industry Expo 2019, the kingdom’s largest annual event of its kind, kicked off here on Thursday, attracting more than 200 exhibitors, including dozens of Chinese exhibitors.
BEIJING (Xinhua): Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Qin Gang on Wednesday summoned William Klein, acting deputy chief of the Mission of the U.S. Embassy in China, to lodge stern representation and strong protest against the passing of a Xinjiang-related bill by the U.S. House of Representatives.
SINGAPORE (ANN): The impending Cross Island Line (CRL) is a critical transport infrastructure that will vastly improve the quality of life for commuters who need to cross the island regularly, Transport Minister Khaw Boon Wan said yesterday (Dec 4).
MANILA (ANN): New scientific research released last month warns of an increasingly ominous future for the environment.
BEIJING (ANN): China has decided to adopt a slew of measures, including tax and fiscal policies, to enhance the innovation and development of border trade, according to the Ministry of Commerce.
JAKARTA (Bloomberg): Indonesia is preparing to spend about US$40bil to extend Jakarta's metro network, a bigger-than-expected outlay that's poised to boost the country's construction companies and reignite a rivalry between China and Japan over building the project.
(Reuters) - Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was released from a Georgia hospital on Wednesday where he had been undergoing treatment for a urinary tract infection, his spokeswoman said.