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Nov 12, 2019

Flash mob wreaks havoc in heart of Hong Kong financial district
A flash mob sprang up in the heart of Hong Kong's financial center on Tuesday, hours after police fired tear gas at a university campus and territory-wide transport disruptions wreaked commuter havoc in the Chinese-ruled city.

Reuters World News
Nov 12, 2019

Kazakh former president says in talks to arrange Putin-Zelenskiy summit
Kazakhstan's former president, Nursultan Nazarbayev, is trying to arrange a one-on-one meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, Nazarbayev said on Tuesday.

Reuters World News
Nov 12, 2019

Israel targets Damascus home of Islamic Jihad official, group says
The Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad said Israel targeted the house of one of its officials in the Syrian capital on Tuesday, killing one of his sons.

Reuters World News
Nov 12, 2019

Hyundai default title winners as Australia rally canceled on bushfires
Hyundai were confirmed winners of the World Rally Championship's manufacturers' title after the season-ending Rally of Australia was canceled on Tuesday due to the threat of bushfires.

Reuters World News
Nov 12, 2019

After hiatus, Rajapaksa brothers set to dominate Sri Lanka again
One brother is considered a shoo-in for the job of Sri Lanka's president in elections this weekend and another is eyeing the prime minister's post when that election becomes due early next year.

Reuters World News
Nov 12, 2019

Head-on collision of Bangladesh trains kills 16, injures 40
Rescuers in Bangladesh were struggling on Tuesday to pull passengers from mangled wreckage after a head-on collision of two trains killed at least 16 people and injured more than 40, officials said.

Reuters World News
Nov 12, 2019

Sirens sound in central Israel, warning of rockets from Gaza
Sirens sounded in central Israeli towns on Tuesday, the military said, warning of possible rocket launches from the Gaza Strip after Israel killed a top Palestinian militant there.

Reuters World News
Nov 12, 2019

China orders ByteDance's Toutiao to fix search, saying national hero smeared
China's internet regulator ordered ByteDance news app Jinri Toutiao to clean up its search engine, saying the search function threw up "slanderous" information on a late Communist Party military leader.

Reuters World News
Nov 12, 2019

Damascus attack hit Islamic Jihad official's home, group says
The Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad said an attack was carried out against the home of one of its officials in Damascus on Tuesday, killing the man's son.

Reuters World News
Nov 12, 2019

Behind Trump-Erdogan 'bromance,' a White House meeting to repair U.S.-Turkey ties
At the 2012 opening of Trump Towers in Istanbul, real estate mogul Donald Trump sang the praises of Tayyip Erdogan, telling a mostly Turkish audience that their leader, prime minister at the time, was "highly respected" around the world.

Reuters World News
Nov 12, 2019

Attack in Damascus kills two, wounds six: state media
At least two people were killed and six wounded in an attack in the early hours of Tuesday that targeted a building in Damascus, the Syrian capital, state television said.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

'Too late to leave': Australians take shelter from intense bushfires
Tens of thousands of Australians took shelter on Tuesday after authorities warned it was too late for them to leave their homes as bushfires raged across a vast area of the country's east coast.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Israel kills Islamic Jihad commander, rockets fired from Gaza
Israel killed a top commander from the Iranian-backed Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad in a rare targeted strike in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, accusing him of carrying out a series of cross-border attacks and planning more.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Hong Kong police fire tear gas as transport chaos grips city
Hong Kong riot police fired tear gas at a university campus on Tuesday and residents of the Asian financial center struggled to get to work as territory-wide transport disruptions wreaked commuter havoc and activists planned flash protests.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Bolivia's Morales boards plane to Mexico as protests rage in La Paz
Bolivia's ousted president Evo Morales was flying to political asylum in Mexico on Monday night, the latest step the once-beloved leader's rapid fall, while military and police deployed in the streets of La Paz to quell violence.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Hyundai win title as bushfires force cancellation of Rally of Australia
Hyundai were confirmed winners of the World Rally Championship's manufacturers' title after the season-ending Rally of Australia was cancelled on Tuesday due to the threat of bushfires.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Syrian army fires on 'hostile' target in skies west of Damascus: state TV
The Syrian army fired on a "hostile target" in the town of Daraya, west of the capital, Damascus, Syrian state media said late on Tuesday.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Israeli forces kill Islamic Jihad field commander in Gaza strike
Israeli forces killed Baha Abu Al-Atta, a field commander for the Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad, in a predawn strike on his home in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, officials on both sides said.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Highlights: Hong Kong on edge as anti-government protests grip city
Anti-government protests gripped Hong Kong on Tuesday as riot police fired tear gas at a university campus and traffic and rail disruptions caused commuter chaos.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Bangladesh train collision kills 15, toll could rise
Rescuers in Bangladesh were battling on Tuesday to pull passengers from mangled wreckage after a head-on collision of two trains killed at least 15 people and injured more than 40, officials said.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Blast hits Gaza home of Islamic Jihad commander, one dead: sources
An explosion ripped through the home of a Palestinian militant commander in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, residents said, and the health ministry said one person was killed and three others wounded in the incident.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Police fire tear gas as Hong Kong hunkers down for fresh chaos
Hong Kong riot police fired tear gas at a university campus on Tuesday, a day after a protester was shot and a man set on fire in some of the worst violence to rock the Chinese-ruled city in more than five months of anti-government demonstrations.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Bushfires force cancellation of Rally of Australia
The Rally of Australia was canceled on Tuesday due to the threat of bushfires near the Coffs Harbour-based event in eastern New South Wales (NSW) state.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

New bushfires break out in Australia as millions brace for the worst
Australian officials warned soaring heat and high winds are already exceeding forecast "catastrophic" conditions on Tuesday as millions of people across the country's east coast braced for the worst bushfires in at least a decade.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Evo Morales leaves Bolivia to take asylum in Mexico
Bolivia's former President Evo Morales has boarded a plane to Mexico, where he has been granted asylum, Mexico's top diplomat said on Monday night, as unrest shook the South American nation.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Head-on train collision in Bangladesh kills at least 14
Two trains crashed head-on in eastern Bangladesh early on Tuesday, killing at least 14 people and injuring more than 40, officials said.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Hong Kong leader says protesters 'paralyzing' the city are selfish
Hong Kong's embattled leader Carrie Lam on Tuesday said protesters who are trying to "paralyze" the city were extremely selfish and hoped all universities and schools would urge students not to participate in violence.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Bolivia's Evo Morales boards plane en route to Mexico
Bolivia's former President Evo Morales has boarded a plane to Mexico, where he has been granted asylum, Mexico's top diplomat said on Monday night, after the South American country's veteran socialist leader resigned in the wake of a disputed election.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Bolivia military, police ready for violent protests; Morales leaves for Mexico
Bolivia┬┤s military and police readied on Monday to quell acts of "vandalism" posing a threat to citizens as La Paz braced for violent clashes with thousands of supporters of ousted president Evo Morales marching toward the capital city, where opposition protesters and police set up barricades.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Bolivia's Morales says leaving for Mexico, vows to return 'with more strength and energy'
Bolivia's outgoing president Evo Morales announced his departure for asylum in Mexico on Twitter just after 9:30 p.m. (0130 GMT) on Monday night, vowing to return "with more strength and energy."

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Hong Kong violence prompts reminder that China troops close at hand
Hong Kong police shot and critically wounded a protester and a man was set on fire on Monday in violence that prompted leader Carrie Lam to denounce "enemies of the people" and drew a chilling warning from a senior Chinese newspaper editor.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Government plane from Mexico - offering Morales asylum - refuels in Peru
A government plane from Mexico - which has offered Bolivia's outgoing President Evo Morales political asylum - has refuelled in Lima on the way to Bolivia, Peru's foreign ministry said on Monday evening.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Hong Kong on edge as police fire tear gas at university campus
Hong Kong riot police fired tear gas at a university campus on Tuesday, a day after a protester was shot and a man set on fire in some of worst violence to rock the Chinese-ruled city in more than five months of anti-government demonstrations.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Chile to re-write Pinochet-era constitution in win for protesters
The Chilean government has agreed to write a new constitution to replace one dating back to the Pinochet dictatorship, bowing to demands of protesters who have taken to the streets in often violent demonstrations in recent weeks.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

First Spanish royal visit crowns Havana's 500th party
Cuba is in party mode this week, despite tough economic times worsened by tighter U.S. sanctions, as it prepares for its first state visit by a Spanish king, to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the founding of Havana, the capital.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Bolivia armed forces commander orders troops onto streets against 'vandals'
Bolivia's Armed Forces Commander Williams Kaliman said on Monday he had ordered troops to conduct joint operations with police against "groups of vandals."

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

France's Macron and Trump to meet before NATO summit: tweet
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday night he and U.S. President Donald Trump would meet before the Dec. 4 NATO summit in London.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

'Stay alert': millions of Australians brace for 'catastrophic' bushfires
Residents across a wide swath of Australia's east coast were bracing for "catastrophic" conditions on Tuesday, with searing heat and high winds expected to fan scores of already burning bushfires, threatening residential areas.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Bolivia's La Paz braces for violence as Morales supporters march on city
Bolivian capital La Paz braced for violent clashes on Monday night as thousands of supporters of ousted leader Evo Morales marched towards the city where opposition protesters and police set up barricades and armed themselves for a potential showdown.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Canadian hockey commentator Don Cherry fired over inflammatory remarks toward immigrants
Don Cherry, whose provocative views and outlandish suit jackets made for appointment viewing on Canada's popular Saturday night hockey broadcasts, was fired after inflammatory comments he directed at Canadian immigrants, the Sportsnet network said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Guinea president replaces security minister following deadly protests
Guinea President Alpha Conde announced on Monday that he was replacing his security minister following deadly protests against suspected efforts by Conde to extend his mandate.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Maduro's military stands in the way of a Bolivia repeat in Venezuela
Venezuelan opposition leaders looking to oust their country's socialist government can perhaps take some hope from the resignation of its leftist ally in Bolivia, President Evo Morales, on Sunday after weeks of street protests.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Morales backers, police set for showdown in La Paz as power vacuum stokes unrest
Looting and roadblocks convulsed Bolivia on Monday after President Evo Morales' resignation in the wake of a disputed election, while thousands of pro-Morales protesters were marching towards the nation's legislative assembly, setting the scene for a potential showdown with opposition and police.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Bolivia's legislative assembly to meet on Tuesday to discuss Morales resignation
Bolivia's legislative assembly plans to hold an extraordinary session at 4 p.m. (2000 GMT) on Tuesday to formally discuss the resignation of President Evo Morales, according to a statement on Monday, after the leftist leader said he would stand down.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Saudi vice defense minister meets Omani ruler in Muscat -state news
Saudi Arabia's vice minister of defense visited Oman on Monday and met with ruler Sultan Qaboos, Omani state news agency ONA reported, following a deal to end a power struggle in the south of Yemen.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Mexico grants asylum to Bolivia's Evo Morales, demands safe conduct
Mexico has granted asylum to Bolivia's former president Evo Morales, Mexico's top diplomat said on Monday, after the veteran socialist resigned following a disputed election in the South American country.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Brazil reform process can withstand Lula release, regional tensions: Treasury Secretary
The recent release from prison of former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and upsurge in political instability across Latin America will not hinder Brazil's economic reform process, a senior Economy Ministry official said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Three performers stabbed at Saudi entertainment event: state TV
A man stabbed three performers at a live show in Saudi Arabia's capital and was arrested, state television reported on Monday, adding that the victims were in stable condition.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Iran adds to breaches of nuclear deal with enrichment push -IAEA report
Iran is enriching uranium at its underground Fordow site and rapidly accelerating enrichment more broadly, a report by the U.N. atomic watchdog showed on Monday, outlining Tehran's latest breaches of its 2015 nuclear deal with major powers.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Catalan independence protesters block major Spain-France road link
Hundreds of Catalan pro-independence protesters blocked a border point on the AP-7 highway that connects Catalonia with France on Monday, stopping traffic in both directions the day after a parliamentary election in Spain.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Iraq expresses regret at protester deaths, defends handling of unrest
Iraqi officials expressed "deep regret" on Monday at the death of protesters during weeks of unrest but defended Baghdad's handling of the situation.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Back to jail, or run for president: the legal maze facing Brazil's Lula
In allowing Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva to walk out of jail last week, Brazil's Supreme Court has blown open a legal labyrinth that could see the leftist former president return to prison just as easily as run for election again.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

U.S. condemns latest Hong Kong violence, urges both sides to de-escalate
The United States on Monday condemned "unjustified use of deadly force" in the latest Hong Kong violence and urged police and civilians alike to de-escalate the situation, a senior Trump administration official said.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

OAS to meet on Bolivia situation on Tuesday
The Organization of American States plans to hold a special meeting on the situation in Bolivia at its Washington headquarters on Tuesday, the OAS said on Monday after the resignation of Bolivian President Evo Morales.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

UK PM Johnson to chair emergency meeting on flooding
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will chair a meeting of the government's emergency 'COBR' committee on Tuesday to discuss the response to flooding in the north of England, his office said.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Jordan, UAE, Turkey, Sudan accused of violating sanctions on Libya - U.N. report
Jordan, the United Arab Emirates and Turkey have repeatedly violated an arms embargo on Libya and it is "highly probable" that a foreign attack aircraft is responsible for a deadly strike on a migrant detention center, according to U.N. experts monitoring the implementation of sanctions on Libya.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

American man held on remand in Chile over protest shooting
An American man was remanded in custody in a Chilean seaside town on Monday after being charged with attempted murder over the alleged shooting of a protester on Sunday, according to prosecutors.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

U.S. urges Bolivian lawmakers to accept Morales resignation soon
The United States on Monday urged Bolivia's legislative assembly to meet "sooner rather than later" to formally accept the resignation of President Evo Morales and begin a civilian-led transition to fill the country's political vacuum.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

EU urges Iran to comply with nuclear accord or face action
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini, France, Germany and Britain on Monday urged Iran to stick to the 2015 nuclear agreement with major powers or face action which could include the reimposition of sanctions.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Morales' exit leaves Bolivia power vacuum, splits region
Looting and roadblocks convulsed Bolivia on Monday after President Evo Morales' resignation ended 14 years of socialist rule and left a power vacuum his opponents scrambled to fill.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Trump: Bolivia events boost democracy, send signal to Venezuela, Nicaragua
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday said the resignation of Evo Morales as Bolivia's president preserves democracy in that country and sends a signal to "illegitimate regimes" in Venezuela and Nicaragua.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Former U.S. top diplomat Rice concerned by shadow diplomacy on Ukraine
Condoleezza Rice, a secretary of state under Republican President George W. Bush, said on Monday reports of an unofficial U.S. policy being carried out in Ukraine were "deeply troubling."

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Saudi promo video labels feminism, atheism, homosexuality as extremist ideas
A promotional video published by Saudi Arabia's state security agency categorizes feminism, homosexuality and atheism as extremist ideas, even as the conservative Muslim kingdom seeks to promote tolerance and attract foreigners.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Bolivia Armed Forces say it will protect 'essential public services'
Bolivia's Armed Forces said in a statement on Monday that it would launch plans to protect essential public services amid escalating violence in the South American nation after leftist leader Evo Morales resigned as President on Sunday.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Indian court rules in favor of Hindus in explosive row with Muslims
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Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Exclusive: Sudan needs up to $5 billion in budget support to prevent collapse
Sudan needs up to $5 billion in budget support to avert economic collapse and launch reforms after the ouster of veteran ruler Omar al-Bashir, its finance minister told Reuters.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Iran adds to breaches of nuclear deal with enrichment push: IAEA report
Iran is enriching uranium at its underground Fordow site and rapidly accelerating enrichment more broadly, a report by the U.N. atomic watchdog showed on Monday, outlining Tehran's latest breaches of its 2015 nuclear deal with major powers.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

France, Germany, Britain urge Iran to reverse nuclear deal breaches
France, Britain and Germany said on Monday they would consider a dispute resolution mechanism enshrined in the 2015 Iran nuclear accord that could lead to the reimposition of United Nations sanctions.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Spain's Socialists again seek to rule without majority as Ciudadanos collapses
The head of Spain's center-right Ciudadanos party quit on Monday after heavy election losses, potentially making his party more amenable to backing a government led by the Socialists.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Venezuelan foreign ministry temporarily loses access to Twitter account
Venezuela's foreign ministry temporarily lost access to its account with social media service Twitter Inc over the weekend, a spokeswoman said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Venezuelan baseball's bid to save sanctions-shortened season hits snag
The U.S. Treasury Department has told Major League Baseball that a change to its sanctions on Venezuela last week does not allow MLB to resume a partnership with the Venezuelan baseball league, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Mexico makes arrests in massacre of American women, children: minister
Mexico has made an unspecified number of arrests over last week's massacre of three women and six children of dual U.S-Mexican nationality in the north of the country, Security Minister Alfonso Durazo said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Putin, Merkel say Ukraine's Donbass should get special status - Kremlin
Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed on Monday that Ukraine should give its separatist-led Donbass region a special status set out in Ukrainian law, the Kremlin said.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Iran sees lifting of U.N. arms embargo in 2020 as 'huge political goal'
President Hassan Rouhani said on Monday Iran would regain access to the international arms market later next year if it stuck to its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers and this would prove "a huge political success".

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Europe should consider renewed sanctions on Iran, Germany suggests
Germany, Britain and France should be ready to consider starting moves to reinstate international sanctions on Iran over breaches of its 2015 nuclear deal, Germany's foreign minister said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Bomb attacks kill five, injure dozens in Syria's Qamishli: forces
Three bombs exploded in Qamishli in northeast Syria on Monday, killing five people and wounding 26 in the city, which is largely-controlled by Kurdish fighters, security forces said.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Putin, Merkel agree Ukraine should give special status to Donbass: Kremlin
Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel agreed in a phone call on Monday that Ukraine should give the separatist-controlled Donbass region a special status set out in Ukrainian law, the Kremlin said.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Top Iraqi cleric casts doubt on reforms offered to defuse unrest
Iraq's top Shi'ite cleric on Monday expressed concern that the political elite is not serious about enacting reforms in the face of mass unrest and said protesters should not go home until concrete steps had been taken to meet their demands.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

'Everything is a mess': Morales exit rocks Bolivia, splits region
Looting, fighting and roadblocks convulsed Bolivia on Monday after President Evo Morales' resignation ended his 14-year rule and created a power vacuum following weeks of violent protests.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Uber CEO says he was wrong to call Khashoggi killing a 'mistake'
Uber's chief executive said on Monday the murder by Saudi Arabia, a major investor in his company, of journalist Jamal Khashoggi last year could not be excused and that he was wrong to have described the killing as a "serious mistake".

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Polish far-right groups march on independence anniversary
Tens of thousands of members of Polish far-right groups marched through the capital Warsaw on Monday to mark Polish independence, an annual event that has become a focus of tension between nationalists and liberals.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Britain says it is concerned by escalation of violence in Hong Kong
Britain's Foreign Office said on Monday it was concerned about the escalation of violence between protesters and police in Hong Kong and urged both sides to find a way forward.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Bolivia's legislative assembly receives Morales resignation letter: Vice Presidential office
Bolivia's legislative assembly has received the resignation letter from Evo Morales after the leftist leader announced that he would step down on Sunday, an official at the Vice Presidential office confirmed on Monday.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

UK Conservatives' lead over Labour widens slightly: ICM poll
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party has edged a bit further ahead of the opposition Labour Party during the past week, an opinion poll by ICM for Reuters showed on Monday, ahead of a Dec. 12 election.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Iran launches nuclear enrichment at underground Fordow plant, IAEA confirms
Iran has begun enriching uranium at its underground Fordow site in the latest breach of its deal with major powers, the U.N. nuclear watchdog confirmed on Monday, adding that Tehran's enriched uranium stock has continued to grow.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

U.S. FAA downgrades Malaysia's air safety rating
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on Monday downgraded Malaysia's air safety rating, restricting the country's airlines from adding new flights to the United States.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Mexico says Bolivia suffered coup due to military pressure on Morales
Mexico's government views the resignation of Bolivia's president as a coup because the Bolivian military had broken with the constitution by pressing him to stand down, Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

'Everything is a mess': Morales' exit convulses Bolivia
Looting, fighting and roadblocks convulsed Bolivia on Monday after President Evo Morales' resignation ended his 14-year rule and created a power vacuum following weeks of violent protests.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Iran enriching at Fordow, IAEA confirms, as enriched uranium stock grows
Iran has begun enriching uranium at its underground Fordow site in the latest breach of its deal with major powers, the U.N. nuclear watchdog confirmed on Monday, adding that Tehran's enriched uranium stock has continued to grow.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Patriot games: Slovenian paramilitaries face down migrant 'threat' on border
Dressed in camouflage and armed with air rifles, Slovenian paramilitaries moves in formation through woods a stone's throw from Croatia, patrolling a border zone where the group's leader says illegal migration is rife.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Russia charges man with murder after lover's severed arms found in bag
A Russian court on Monday charged a distinguished historian known for re-enacting Napoleonic battle scenes with the murder of his partner after he was found in a river with a rucksack containing her severed arms.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Twitter takes steps to keep UK election 'healthy and safe'
Twitter said it would make it easier to report misleading information about the voting process in Britain's Dec. 12 election, less than a month after its global ban on political advertising comes into force.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Jordan committed to peace treaty with Israel despite ending land deal
Jordan said on Monday it was committed to its landmark peace treaty with Israel despite ending a 25-year deal that allows its neighbor to use two parcels of land along its border under its sovereignty, its foreign minister said.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Jordan's king tours enclave along Israel border after end of lease deal
Jordan's King Abdullah paid his first visit on Monday to an enclave fringing its northern border with Israel a day after the expiry of a 25-year special regime that allowed Israeli farmers access to the area, official sources said.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Spain's Socialists seek government deal as Ciudadanos leader quits
The head of Spain's centre-right Ciudadanos quit on Monday after voters deserted his party in droves, potentially easing the way for a Socialist-led government following a national election that produced another fragmented parliament.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Reopening of Boungou mine in Burkina will depend on security: Semafo
Canadian gold miner Semafo will not resume operations at its Boungou mine in Burkina Faso until security in the area is assured following last week's deadly ambush on a road to the site, the company said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Sistani backs U.N. ideas to ease Iraq crisis, concerned elites not serious: U.N. official
Iraq's top Shi'ite cleric is concerned the political elite is not serious about enacting promised reforms to defuse mass unrest and believes protesters will not go home without concrete steps to realize their demands, a senior U.N. official said.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Turkey starts repatriating Islamic State detainees
Turkey said on Monday it had deported two captives from Islamic State -- a German and an American -- beginning a programme to repatriate detainees that has caused friction with its NATO allies since it launched an offensive in northern Syria.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Mexico says Bolivia suffered 'coup' due to military's role in events
Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said on Monday that his government viewed Sunday's events in Bolivia as a "coup" because the Bolivian military had broken with the constitutional order by pressing the South American country's president to step down.

Reuters World News
Nov 11, 2019

Israeli gunfire kills a West Bank Palestinian: medics
Israeli forces shot dead a Palestinian during confrontations with stone-throwing protesters in the occupied West Bank on Monday, Palestinian health officials said.

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