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KABUL/DOHA (Reuters) - Millions of Afghans are hoping that America's longest war fought in their country will end on Saturday as U.S. and Taliban negotiators are expected to sign a deal to allow a U.S. troop reduction and a permanent ceasefire.
OUTSIDE SARAQEB, Syria/ANKARA (Reuters) - Refugees in Turkey headed towards European frontiers on Friday after an official said the borders had been thrown open, a response to the escalating war in Syria where 33 Turkish soldiers were killed by Russian-backed Syrian government troops.
BELFAST (Reuters) - Northern Ireland authorities on Thursday confirmed their first case of coronavirus, with the British region's chief medical officer Michael McBride telling journalists that the patient had travelled from Italy via Dublin.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - A United Nations report critical of Colombia's efforts to protect human rights advocates failed to recognise advances in that area and social investment in regions suffering violence, President Ivan Duque said on Thursday.
KUALA LUMPUR: While the King is having a serious discussion inside Istana Negara to end the country’s political impasse, tourists were in awe looking at the magnificent palace outside its gates.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's re-election campaign said on Wednesday it was filing a libel suit accusing the New York Times
KUALA LUMPUR: PKR MPs were in high spirits as they left Istana Negara after their audience with the King, while Datuk Seri Azmin Ali and his faction gave media the slip as they entered the palace through a different door.
PUTRAJAYA: Media personnel were provided with food, drinks and shelter as they continue to camp outside the Prime Minister's Office amidst the political uncertainty.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): The government is apparently in no rush to evacuate 69 Indonesian crew members from the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Japan who are reported healthy, arguing they might cause “a new epicentre” after nine others on the cruise ship tested positive for Covid-19.
For the first time since the 2014 military coup, Thailand is holding a censure debate and no-confidence motion, with top officials, including former junta leader Prayut Chan-o-cha, the Prime Minister, being put under the spotlight.