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CAIRO/BRUSSELS - (Reuters) - After war broke out again in Libya early last year, a special team of EU diplomats in Tripoli was forced back to neighbouring Tunisia to do what they had been doing for several years: wait.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Coastal nations around the Singapore Strait must step up surveillance and patrols of the strategic waterway after a sharp rise in piracy incidents last year, maritime watchdog ReCAAP said on Wednesday.
COLOMBO (Xinhua): Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa and Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa met separately with Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi here on Tuesday (Jan 14), with both sides pledging to further promote relations between the two countries.
SINGAPORE (ANN): It was at a party in South Africa that Malaysian writer Tan Twan Eng met the gardener of the emperor of Japan.
AIN AL-ASAD AIR BASE, Iraq (Reuters) - Troops at the Iraqi air base that bore the brunt of Iran's first direct missile attack against U.S. forces said they were shocked by its intensity and grateful to emerge unscathed.
AIN AL-ASAD AIR BASE, Iraq (Reuters) - Nearly eight hours before Iran’s January 8 missile attack on U.S. forces at bases in Iraq, American and Iraqi soldiers at Ain al-Asad air base scrambled to move personnel and weaponry to fortified bunkers, two Iraqi officers stationed at the base told Reuters.
LONDON (Reuters) - Iran is unlikely to block the Strait of Hormuz, the world's busiest oil-shipping channel, in reprisal for the killing of Qassem Soleimani for fear of aggravating its Gulf allies and China, regional analysts said on Monday.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Dutch, Belgian and French companies are interested in a massive and controversial canal project on the edge of Istanbul, Turkish Transport Minister Cahit Turhan said on Monday, according to Anadolu news agency.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan votes in presidential and parliamentary elections on Saturday, which will set the course for the democratic island's ties with its giant and autocratic neighbour China, which claims Taiwan as its territory.
PUTRAJAYA (Bernama): The Court of Appeal here on Thursday (Jan 9) upheld the acquittal of a shipping clerk who was accused of performing oral sex and fondling a six-year-old boy's privates in 2012.