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BELFAST (Reuters) - Northern' Ireland's biggest party was set for its first ever leadership election after its Westminster chief Jeffrey Donaldson threw his hat into the ring on Monday, promising to focus on the divisive issue of post-Brexit trade barriers.
AGUASCALIENTES, Mexico (Reuters) - In an arid valley in central Mexico, one of the world's largest automotive suppliers is preparing to open a new plant to produce components for North America, underpinning the export business that has kept the country's struggling economy ticking over.
After a decade of unfathomable violence and human tragedy, the fighting has tapered off but the suffering hasn't.
But first we need to ask ourselves, as an Urdu aphorism states: if the horse befriends the grass, what would it eat?
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's Sheikh Zaki Yamani, the embodiment of the ascent of Arab petroleum power and the face of the 1973 oil embargo that brought the West to its knees, has died.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Former Saudi Arabian oil minister Sheikh Zaki Yamani, the face of the 1973 oil embargo that brought the West to its knees, has died in London, aged 91, Saudi's Okaz newspaper said on Tuesday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A domestic tourism campaign promoted by Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga may have contributed to a sharp increase in coronavirus infection cases in the country, a prominent adviser to the government's pandemic response said.
ROME (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte resisted calls to resign on Thursday after a junior coalition party pulled out of his government, stripping him of a parliamentary majority in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
MILAN (Reuters) - Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said he was in "good health" after being admitted to hospital in Monaco on Thursday because of heart problems.
ROME (Reuters) - Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte faces a showdown with his coalition partner and former premier Matteo Renzi this week that could bring down his government even as it struggles to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.