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UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed told the United Nations on Friday that his country has "no intention" of harming Sudan and Egypt with a giant hydropower dam on the Blue Nile that has caused a bitter water dispute between the three countries.
ROME, Sept. 25 (Xinhua) -- Italian antitrust officials on Friday broadened their probe into airline policies regarding trips canceled due to factors related to the global coronavirus outbreak.
Roundup: Rising COVID-19 intensive care cases worry Italy, with schools open and flu season approaching
ROME, Sept. 24 (Xinhua) -- Italy's coronavirus infection and mortality rates remained in a holding pattern through Thursday even as the pandemic flared up in other parts of Europe.
CHICAGO, Sept. 24 (Xinhua) -- People who get news from social media are more likely to believe misinformation about coronavirus conspiracies, risk factors and preventative treatments, according to a survey on Americans' attitudes and behaviors around COVID-19 conducted by several U.S. universities.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The young violinist holding a sign reading "Strike for Climate" on a Moscow square didn't have long to wait for the police to arrive. His one-man protest lasted just 30 minutes before he was detained this summer for the second Friday in a row.
SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean fisheries official who went missing this week was questioned on a North Korean patrol boat before being shot dead by troops who then doused his body in oil and set it on fire, South Korea's military said on Thursday.
WITH pretty much the entire world reeling from the Covid-19 pandemic, the concept of empathetic leadership has shot straight into the spotlight.
RAMALLAH, West Bank/GAZA (Reuters) - Palestinian security forces arrested over half a dozen supporters of an exiled Palestinian politician who some have accused of involvement in the United Arab Emirates deal to forge ties with Israel, a spokesman for his faction said.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian religious groups and experts, including a former vice president, are urging authorities to delay regional elections set for December, as coronavirus infections surge in the world's fourth most populous country.