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OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - The junta that overthrew Burkina Faso's government warned ex-ministers not to leave the capital or obstruct its military officers during talks over how to return to democratic elections, one of the politicians present said on Thursday.
LUCKNOW, India (Reuters) - Thousands of youngsters in India have burned down empty train coaches and blocked rail traffic this week in protest against what they call irregularities in recruitment by the mammoth railways department, one of the world's largest employers.
The German government is considering a ban on encrypted messaging app Telegram after it was repeatedly used as a channel for spreading anti-vaccine conspiracy theories and even death threats.
A new film school in Senegal hopes to unlock Africa's movie-making potential.
(Reuters) - Fox News Channel host Dan Bongino on Wednesday became among the most-followed conservative personalities to be permanently banned from YouTube, a week after the Google-owned video service said he had posted COVID-19 misinformation.
(Reuters) - Four people were found shot dead on Wednesday in a house in the Vancouver suburb of Richmond, and Canadian police launched a homicide probe.
PARIS (Reuters) - The French government said this week it was closing down an activist-run media outlet and a Muslim website deemed at odds with "national values", the latest in a series of steps that rights groups and lawyers say infringe on democratic freedoms.
THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Dutch media mogul John de Mol, billionaire owner of the production company behind hit talent show "The Voice", met with government officials on Wednesday to discuss allegations of sexual misconduct against celebrity jury members.
YANGON: The World Bank is maintaining a bleak outlook for Myanmar in the wake of last year’s military coup and the ongoing pandemic, according to its latest Myanmar economic monitor, released yesterday.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Cambodia's Prime Minister Hun Sen urged Myanmar's military ruler to allow a visit by a special envoy of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and support humanitarian aid access, an official said on Wednesday.