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A security guard was wounded in a bomb blast outside a military-owned bank in Myanmar's second-biggest city Sunday morning, as the civilian death toll from the junta's brutal crackdown on dissent topped more than 700 at the weekend.
PARIS (Reuters) - French container shipping group CMA CGM is pursuing a plan to rebuild Beirut's port within three years, despite political deadlock in Lebanon that has prevented decisions on the port since a blast last August, a company executive said.
Myanmar's own ambassador to the United Nations has urged "strong action" against the junta, as reports emerged of scores killed in the military's latest crackdown.
PARIS/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - France and the European Union are putting together proposals that could see asset freezes and travel bans imposed on Lebanese politicians to push them finally to agree on a government to rescue their country from economic collapse.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (Reuters) - Boycotts protesting the introduction of a new Georgia voting law could end up hurting the state's most vulnerable citizens, Augusta National chairman Fred Ridley said on Wednesday.
Officials in Bangkok ordered a two-week closure of all entertainment venues in three districts to try to limit the spread of the coronavirus from nightspots there.
CIVITA DI BAGNOREGIO, Italy (Reuters) - Calling yourself "The Dying Town" may not sound like the best way of attracting visitors, but Civita has learned to make a living out of dying.
IN a matter of weeks, Malaysia will kickstart the process of raising land from the sea off the southern part of Penang island – an undertaking known as the Penang South Islands (PSI) project.
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Eighteen people have been killed and 54 injured in tribal clashes in the Sudanese city of El Geneina, medics said on Monday, in a renewal of bloodshed following a major flare up of violence earlier this year.