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SOFIA (Reuters) - The people found dead in a truck in Britain could not have boarded the vehicle in Bulgaria because it had not entered the country since its registration there in 2017, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said on Wednesday.
GRAYS, England (Reuters) - British police found the bodies of 39 people inside a truck at an industrial estate near London on Wednesday and said they had arrested the driver on suspicion of murder.
WELLINGTON (Reuters) - A fire was still burning at a convention centre under construction in Auckland on Wednesday even after firefighters worked throughout the night to quell the blaze.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - The Vatican on Tuesday dismissed allegations in a new book that the Holy See risks default in the next few years because of falling donations, financial mismanagement and corruption.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's former adviser Roger Stone lost a last-ditch effort on Tuesday to lift a court-imposed gag order barring him from posting on social media or discussing his criminal case slated to begin next month.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - At least 16 Flamengo fans were arrested on Tuesday after police in Rio de Janeiro targeted groups they said were planning to invade the Maracana stadium to watch the second leg of the Copa Libertadores semi-final between the Rio club and rivals Gremio.
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): Several roads in Kuala Lumpur have been hit by flash floods due to continuous heavy rain that began at 6pm on Tuesday (Oct 22).
OSLO (Reuters) - An armed man stole an ambulance in Oslo on Tuesday, lightly injuring five people including two babies when he drove off and hit a family, Norwegian police and hospital officials told Reuters.
EW DELHI/BENGALURU: India's No.2 software services exporter, Infosys Ltd, is probing whistleblower complaints that its top two executives engaged in "unethical practices" to boost short-term revenue and profit, sending its shares down
16% on Tuesday
LONDON (Reuters) - British police officers will travel to the United States to interview the wife of a U.S. diplomat who was given diplomatic immunity after her alleged involvement in a car crash which killed a British teenager.