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HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam scrapped a meeting with U.S. Senator Ted Cruz, the highest profile U.S. politician to visit the city since anti-government protests broke out more than four months ago, the senator said on Saturday.
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - The killing of a journalist who had closely covered Haiti's political and economic crisis fuelled the anger of protesters on Friday, as they clashed with police and pressed calls for the president of the impoverished nation to resign.
UNDERGRADUATES pursuing journalism- related programmes must be equipped with the knowledge of digital tools and artificial intelligence (AI) application in order to gain employment in the media industry.
ANKARA/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey believes more than 1,000 Islamic State fighters are being held in the swathe of northeast Syria its troops are set on capturing, most of them foreign jihadists from Europe and the United States, two Turkish security officials said.
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's top Shi'ite cleric blamed the Baghdad government on Friday for the killing of scores of protesters, and gave it a two-week deadline to find out which "undisciplined elements" had used snipers to shoot them.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, winner of the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for ending 20 years of hostility with neighbouring Eritrea, can arouse strong reactions at home.
ATHENS (Reuters) - NATO expects Turkey to show restraint in its military operations in northern Syria, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Thursday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Students are encouraged to choose the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) pathway to prepare them for careers in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0).
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Ukraine must pull back its troops in the country's restive east before there can be any talk of a fresh meeting between the leaders of Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany, Kremlin aide Yuri Ushakov said on Thursday.
DIYARBAKIR, Turkey (Reuters) - Turkish police launched criminal investigations of Kurdish lawmakers and detained dozens of people for using social media to question the military's cross border incursion into Syria, in a crackdown against those who criticised the assault.