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VALLETTA (Reuters) - Malta's armed forces have started cooperating with Libya's coastguard to turn back migrant boats heading into Malta's search and rescue zone, a newspaper reported on Sunday, citing a secret government deal.
If we are to prevent catastrophic climate change, we have to look for ways of living that promote sustainable ecosystems.
Bangkok: Seven suspected rebels have been arrested in Thailand’s violence-wracked south, authorities said, as a manhunt sweeps through remote villages for gunmen who killed 15 in an ambush considered the deadliest attack in the years-long insurgency.
Manila: An Iranian beauty queen sought by Teheran on criminal charges has been granted political asylum in the Philippines, an official said, ending a three-week standoff at Manila airport.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Chilean President Sebastian Pinera acknowledged "abuses" in the handling of massive social protests that have shaken the country for three weeks, but stopped short of blaming police or the military in an interview published Saturday in a local paper.
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Pushing rickety grocery carts as improvised hospital beds, more than 100 Chilean doctors and nurses hit the streets shortly after riots broke out in Chile weeks ago, diving into the fray amid clouds of tear gas and volleys of rubber bullets behind just simple white shields.
BERLIN (Reuters) - When Mike Pompeo was posted to Europe as a U.S. soldier in the late 1980s, he patrolled the border that marked the "Iron Curtain" dividing East and West.
ONE of my resolutions for 2019 was to fight in my fourth muay thai fight, and hopefully to win.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's expulsion of two North Korean fishermen set a bad precedent that has spread fears in the North Korean defector community and could lend legitimacy to its widely criticised judicial system, defectors and activists said on Friday.
These seniors are bunking ageist stereotypes by weight training in their golden years.