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SYDNEY (Reuters) - The world's nations must do all they can to understand the origins of COVID-19, Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Saturday, comments that could worsen tensions with China.
TOKYO -- Japan on Thursday confirmed 474 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the country's cumulative total to 80,592, not including infections related to a cruise ship quarantined in Yokohama near Tokyo earlier in the year.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States began three days of tributes to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Wednesday, as pallbearers carried her flag-draped coffin into the white marble court building and mourners lined up to pay their respects.
NICOSIA, Aug. 31 (Xinhua) -- Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades said Monday that the U.S.-based energy company Chevron, which purchased the rights of Noble Energy in Cyprus' first natural gas field, remains committed to proceeding with its exploitation.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Wednesday that any attempt by the Belarusian government to use the Western alliance as a scapegoat and crackdown on protests was "wrong and unjustified."
SEREMBAN (Bernama): The inquest to investigate the cause of death of Irish-French teenager Nora Anne Quoirin at the Coroner's Court here was told Monday (Aug 24) that a window in the teenager’s villa could be opened from the outside due to a faulty latch.
BAMAKO (Reuters) - West African countries will send a delegation to Mali in an effort to reverse a military coup, presidents from the region said, as an opposition coalition there joined the junta in rejecting foreign interference.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO's Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Monday that the alliance remained vigilant about events in Belarus and was ready to protect its allies, but that it posed no threat to Minsk.
ATHENS/ANKARA (Reuters) - A Greek and a Turkish warship were involved in a mild collision on Wednesday during a standoff in the eastern Mediterranean, in what a Greek defence source called an accident but Ankara called a provocation.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey and Greece signalled a willingness on Wednesday to resolve a dispute over energy exploration in the Mediterranean, while vowing to defend their interests in the region.