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Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Europeans, China, Russia to meet Iran in Vienna on July 28
Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China will meet Iran in Vienna on July 28 to discuss how to save the 2015 nuclear deal, the EU's foreign policy service said in a statement on Tuesday.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Kosovo ex-PM will run for office if he's not indicted for war crimes
Kosovo's former prime minister, Ramush Haradinaj, who has been summoned for questioning by the war crimes prosecutor in the Hague, said on Tuesday he would run for office again if he's not indicted.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Gambian army officer says ex-president Jammeh ordered journalist's death
A Gambian army officer has testified that he and two colleagues shot dead journalist Deyda Hydara in 2004 on orders from then- President Yahya Jammeh, providing the first direct account of the previously unexplained killing.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Nigeria's President Buhari submits list of cabinet nominees to Senate
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari submitted his list of cabinet nominees to the upper house of parliament, the Senate, on Tuesday.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

No-deal Brexit would be 'tragedy', EU will stick to agreement: official
Any no-deal Brexit would be a "tragedy" for both the EU and Britain but the bloc will stick to the withdrawal agreement with London, a deputy head of the European Commission said on Tuesday.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Indonesia says militant's arrest reveals plots, new Islamic State links
Indonesian police said on Tuesday a suspected militant arrested last week was plotting Independence Day bomb attacks and they suspect he was part of a network behind violence in the Philippines that also has ties to Islamic State in Afghanistan.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Russia says it flew first long-range air patrol with China in Asia-Pacific region
Russia's Ministry of Defence said on Tuesday it had conducted its first joint long-range air patrol with China in the Asia-Pacific region and that it had not been aimed at another country.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Kenya's finance minister denies corruption charges
Kenya's Finance Minister Henry Rotich pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to corruption charges over the award of two dam tenders, a day after his detention in an unprecedented move against a sitting minister in a country notorious for graft.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Death toll from India, Nepal, Bangladesh floods jumps to over 300
The death toll from severe flooding in parts of India, Nepal and Bangladesh rose to more than 300 on Monday, even as heavy rains are starting to ebb and water levels started to recede in some of the worst-affected areas.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

India's top court allows a month longer for citizens' list in Assam state
India's Supreme Court on Tuesday extended the deadline for the publication of a citizenship list for the eastern Assam state by a month to Aug. 31, the chief justice said, after the government asked for more time to detect illegal immigrants.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Bootleg alcohol kills 23 as heavy taxes prompt Turkish home-brew
More than 20 people have died from alcohol poisoning in Turkey over the past month, according to Turkish media reports, as steep taxes on alcohol push Turks to consume bootlegged sprits.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Japan scrambles fighters to intercept Russian and Chinese planes
Japan's military scrambled fighter aircraft to intercept Russian and Chinese planes, it said on Tuesday, including an observation jet at which South Korean forces fired warning shots after it entered airspace over an island claimed by both Seoul and Tokyo.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Trump touches off storm in India with Kashmir mediation offer
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi never asked U.S. President Donald Trump to help mediate with Pakistan their dispute over the Kashmir region, the government said on Tuesday, after Trump's comments set off a storm of criticism.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Italy's 5-Star looks to get around two-term rule with word play
Italy's ruling 5-Star Movement has suggested using verbal sleight of hand to solve a problem that has been bothering some of its politicians -- a rigid two-term limit on how long members can hold office.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Spain's Socialists to lose first confidence vote after Podemos declines support
Spain's far-left Unidas Podemos party said on Tuesday it would not back acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez in a confirmation vote later in the day, making Sanchez all but certain to lose the first round but leaving his fate beyond that in limbo.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Boris Johnson is expected to be named Britain's next PM
Boris Johnson is expected to be elected leader of Britain's governing Conservative Party and the next prime minister on Tuesday, tasked with following through on his "do or die" pledge to deliver Brexit in just over three months time.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Capital & Regional says fire at London mall under control
Shopping center owner Capital & Regional Plc said on Tuesday a fire at The Mall, Walthamstow in London had been brought under control.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Lithuania's Prime Minister wins parliamentary confidence vote
Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis won a confidence vote in the parliament on Tuesday, a procedural step following the July 12 presidential election.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Afghanistan seeks clarification on Trump talk of wiping it out
Afghanistan called on Tuesday for an explanation of comments by U.S. President Donald Trump in which he said he could win the Afghan war in just 10 days by wiping out Afghanistan but did not want to kill 10 million people.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

China says strongly opposes U.S. sanctions on Chinese firm over Iran oil
China strongly opposes U.S. sanctions on a Chinese energy firm accused of violating curbs on Iran's oil sector levied over Tehran's nuclear program, its foreign ministry said on Tuesday.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Saudi Arabia releases Qatari national detained for a year: rights group
A Qatari national arrested in Yemen on suspicions of working with the Iran-aligned Houthis has been released after more than a year in detention in Saudi Arabia, Qatar's National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) said.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

An international coalition to protect Gulf will bring insecurity: Iran vice president
An international coalition to protect the Gulf will bring insecurity, Iranian Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri said on Tuesday, according to the IRIB news agency.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Japan says it, not South Korea, should have taken action on Russian plane
Japan on Tuesday criticized South Korea for taking action against a Russian plane over what Japan says is its airspace, after Japan lodged a protest against both South Korea and Russia over the incident.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Libya's Mitiga airport re-opens after air strike: statement
Mitiga airport in Libya's capital Tripoli re-opened to air traffic on Tuesday after an air strike, according to a post on the its Facebook page.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Kenya's finance minister pleads not guilty to corruption charges
Kenya's Finance Minister Henry Rotich pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to corruption charges over the award of two dam tenders.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Japan lodged protest with South Korea, Russia after jet incident: Suga
The Japanese government has lodged a protest against South Korea and Russia after South Korean warplanes fired hundreds of warning shots at a Russian military aircraft on Tuesday, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

China tells U.S. to remove 'black hands' from Hong Kong
China accused U.S. officials on Tuesday of being behind violent protests in Hong Kong and advised them to remove their "black hands" from the territory.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Afghan government seeks clarification of Trump's remarks on 'wiping out Afghanistan'
Afghanistan's government called on Tuesday for clarification of U.S. President Donald Trump's remarks that he could win the Afghan war in just 10 days by "wiping out Afghanistan from the face of the earth", the presidential palace in Kabul said.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

China says South Korea's air defense zone not territorial airspace
China's foreign ministry said on Monday that South Korea's air space identification zone is not a territorial airspace and all countries enjoy freedom of movement there.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

China says it strongly opposes U.S. sanctions on Chinese firm over Iran oil
China's foreign ministry said on Tuesday that it strongly opposes U.S. sanctions on a Chinese energy firm for allegedly violating restrictions imposed on Iran's oil sector.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Japan lodges protest against South Korea, Russia for jet incident: Kyodo
The Japanese government has lodged a protest against South Korea and Russia after South Korean warplanes fired hundreds of warning shots at a Russian military aircraft on Tuesday, Kyodo news agency said, citing government sources.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Russia denies its strategic bombers violated South Korean air space
Russia's Ministry of Defence on Tuesday denied that its strategic bombers had violated South Korean air space and accused South Korean jets of carrying out dangerous maneuvers that threatened its aircraft, the RIA news agency reported.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

South Korea fires hundreds of warning shots at Russian military plane
South Korean warplanes fired hundreds of warning shots at a Russian military aircraft that entered South Korean airspace on Tuesday, defense officials in Seoul said, with Chinese bombers also entering South Korea's air defense identification zone.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Iran observes all U.S. ships in Gulf region: Iran navy chief
Iran observes all U.S. ships in the Gulf region and has an archive of images of their daily movements, the head of Iran's navy, Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi, said on Tuesday, according to the Young Journalists Club news site.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Philippines mulls tourists for Thitu, bolstering South China Sea claims
The Philippines is considering inviting tourists to its biggest and most strategically important outpost in the South China Sea, part of efforts to assert its claim to sovereignty over some of the world's most contested islands.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

India says Modi never asked for Trump to mediate over Kashmir
India denied that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had asked U.S. President Donald Trump to help mediate with Pakistan over the disputed territory of Kashmir, saying there could be no talks until Pakistan ended cross-border terrorism.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

South Korea fires hundreds of warning shots at Russian military plane in its airspace
The South Korean military fired hundreds of warning shots at a Russian military aircraft that entered South Korean airspace on Tuesday, defense officials in Seoul said, with Chinese military aircraft also entering South Korean airspace.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

South Korea complains to Russia about airspace violation, warns of tougher response
South Korea's top security adviser lodged a strong objection with Russian after its military aircraft violated South Korean airspace on Tuesday, South Korea's presidential office said, and will take stronger action if it happens again.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Australia to create new Pacific military unit in bid to woo the region
Australia will create a new military unit dedicated to training and assisting Pacific allies, Defence Minister Linda Reynolds said on Tuesday, as Canberra accelerates plans to undercut Chinese influence in the region.

Reuters World News
Jul 23, 2019

Singapore seizes ivory from nearly 300 elephants in record haul
Singapore said on Tuesday it had seized 8.8 tonnes of elephant ivory, a record haul by authorities in the city-state, which conservation groups say is a transit point for the illegal wildlife trade.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

South Korea fires warning shots at Russian military aircraft in its airspace
The South Korean military fired two warning shots at a Russian military aircraft that entered South Korean airspace on Tuesday, the Ministry of National Defense in Seoul said, and Chinese military aircraft had also entered South Korean airspace.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Japan not now considering sending military for U.S.-proposed maritime coalition: Suga
Japan's top government spokesman said on Tuesday that there was no change in the country's stance that it was not considering sending its Self-Defence Forces for a U.S.-proposed maritime coalition in the Middle East.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

South Korea says it fired warning shot at Russian military aircraft that violated airspace
The South Korean military fired a warning shot at a Russian military aircraft that entered South Korean airspace on Tuesday, the Ministry of National Defense in Seoul said.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Mexican Federal Police accused of harassment at migrant shelter, latest in a series
The Mexican Federal Police harassed migrants and threatened to raid a migrant shelter in Coahuila over the weekend, according to the head of a state agency and the head of the shelter, the latest in a series of similar reported incidents.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Moroccan lawmakers vote to bolster French in education system
Moroccan lawmakers passed a draft law on Monday evening that would pave the way for strengthening the place of French in Moroccan schools, overturning decades of Arabisation.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

North Korea's Kim inspects new submarine, signals possible ballistic missile development
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspected a large newly built submarine, state news agency KCNA reported on Tuesday, potentially signaling continued development of a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) program.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Haiti officials say PM Lapin has resigned, new PM selected
Haitian Prime Minister Jean Michel Lapin resigned on Monday, according to a high-ranking government official who asked not to be named, presenting a shakeup at the highest levels of government in the Western Hemisphere's poorest nation.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Horrifying moments as Hong Kong journalist live-streams being attacked
A man in a pink shirt and jeans is seen hitting out at people with a stick over the barrier of a train's passenger gantry. In the next moment, he runs at the camera and starts hitting the person behind it.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Japan's top government spokesman Suga, finance minister Aso to retain posts: Kyodo
Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga and Finance Minister Taro Aso will likely retain their posts in a cabinet reshuffle expected in September, Kyodo news agency reported on Tuesday.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Widespread blackout hits Venezuela, government blames 'electromagnetic attack'
More than half of Venezuela's 23 states lost power on Monday, according to Reuters witnesses and reports on social media, a blackout the government blamed on an "electromagnetic attack."

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Haiti officials, media say PM Lapin has resigned
Haitian Prime Minister Jean Michel Lapin resigned on Monday, according to a high-ranking government official who asked not to be named, presenting a shakeup at the highest levels of government in the Western Hemisphere's poorest nation.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

North Korea's Kim Jong Un inspects new submarine, points out weapons systems: KCNA
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un inspected a newly built submarine and pointed out its tactical capabilities and weapons systems, North Korean state media KCNA said on Tuesday.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Boris Johnson set to become next UK PM as Conservatives announce new leader
Boris Johnson is expected to be elected leader of Britain's governing Conservative Party and the country's next prime minister on Tuesday, tasked with following through on his "do or die" pledge to deliver Brexit in just over three months time.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Missing teens could be connected to murdered tourists, Canadian police say
Two concurrent investigations in northern Canada - a search for two missing teenagers, days after a double homicide of an Australian and an American on a remote highway - could be connected, Canadian federal police said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Widespread blackout hits Venezuela, first major outage since March
At least 14 Venezuelan states lost power on Monday, according to Reuters witnesses and reports on social media, the first nationwide blackout to include the capital Caracas since March.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Nigerian police, Shi'ite group clash in capital, at least three dead
Nigerian police and Shi'ite Muslim protesters clashed in the capital Abuja on Monday, with at least one demonstrator, one journalist and a senior policeman killed, highlighting one of the security challenges faced by the country with Africa's biggest economy.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Rocket fired from inside Syria wounds five in Turkish border town: governor
Five people were lightly wounded after one of two rockets thought to be fired from within Syria landed on a house in a Turkish border town on Monday night, the provincial governor's office said.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Hong Kong police criticized over failure to stop attacks on protesters
Hong Kong police faced criticism on Monday for an apparent failure to protect anti-government protesters and passersby from attack by what opposition politicians suspected were gang members at a train station over the weekend.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Iran warns West against starting conflict, says not looking for confrontation
Iran's foreign minister warned the West on Monday against "starting a conflict," saying it was not seeking confrontation after its military seized the British-flagged tanker Stena Impero in the Strait of Hormuz last week.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Libya's Mitiga airport halts air traffic after air strike: statement
The Libyan capital Tripoli's Mitiga airport halted air traffic on Monday after the facility was attacked in an air strike, according to a post on the airport authority's Facebook page.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Greece's newly-elected government wins confidence vote on economic policy
Greece's newly-elected conservative government won a confidence vote late on Monday on its economic policy, which includes tax cuts and measures to speed up investments.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Iran's ship seizure in Strait of Hormuz not retaliation: foreign minister
Iran took measures against a ship in the Strait of Hormuz to implement international law, not in retaliation to actions by Britain, Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Zarif said on Monday in Nicaragua, where he met with his local counterpart.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Nigerian police, Shi'ite group clash in capital, at least two dead
Nigerian police and Shi'ite Muslim protesters clashed in the capital Abuja on Monday, with at least one demonstrator and a senior policeman killed, highlighting one of the security challenges faced by the country with Africa's biggest economy.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Turkey will launch operation in Syria if safe zone not established: minister
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Monday that if a planned safe zone in northern Syria is not established, and if threats continue against Turkey, Ankara would launch a military operation east of the Euphrates river.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Nigeria police say senior officer killed as Shi'ite protest turns violent
Nigerian police said a senior officer was killed and three other policemen were injured on Monday as a Shi'ite Muslim protest in the capital city of Abuja turned violent.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Haiti prime minister Lapin offered resignation: local media
Haitian newspaper Le Nouvelliste reported on Monday that the country's Prime Minister Jean Michel Lapin had offered his resignation to President Jovenel Moïse.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Spain's Podemos demands bigger government role to back Sanchez as PM
Spain's far-left Podemos on Monday demanded higher profile government posts, upping the ante on the eve of Socialist Pedro Sanchez's confirmation vote as prime minister after politicians from both sides had said a deal was within reach.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Trump, Pakistan's Khan discuss way out of Afghanistan war
President Donald Trump voiced optimism on Monday that Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan could help broker a political settlement to end the nearly 18-year-old U.S. war in Afghanistan and held out the possibility of restoring aid to Islamabad.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

EU countries agree to new migrant influx mechanism: Macron
Fourteen member countries of the European Union have agreed to a new "solidarity mechanism" proposed by Germany and France to allocate migrants across the bloc, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Israel demolishes Palestinian homes near West Bank barrier
Israeli forces demolished a cluster of Palestinian homes near a military barrier on the outskirts of Jerusalem on Monday, in the face of protests and international criticism.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Nigerian police, Shi'ite group clash in capital, at least one dead
Nigerian police and Shi'ite Muslim protesters clashed in the capital Abuja on Monday and at least one demonstrator was killed, highlighting one of the security challenges faced by the country with Africa's biggest economy.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Trump: Positive North Korea correspondence, but no time yet for talks
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday his administration had very positive correspondence recently with North Korea, but the two sides have yet to set a time to restart talks aimed at ending Pyongyang's nuclear program.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Congo minister's resignation over Ebola snub could unblock new vaccine
Congo's health minister resigned on Monday after being stripped of responsibility for managing the country's Ebola outbreak, potentially paving the way for the introduction of a second vaccine to contain the spreading epidemic.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Ships urged to alert navies before sailing through Strait of Hormuz
Shipping associations have called on ship owners to inform Britain's navy of their movements before sailing into the Middle East Gulf and Strait of Hormuz because of the escalating international crisis in the region.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Trump says China's Xi has acted responsibly on Hong Kong protests
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he believed Chinese President Xi Jinping has acted "very responsibly" with the protests in Hong Kong over an extradition bill that could see people from the territory sent to China for trial.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Britain calls for European naval mission to counter Iran's 'piracy'
Britain called on Monday for a European-led naval mission to ensure safe shipping through the Strait of Hormuz, days after Iran seized a British-flagged tanker in what London described as an act of "state piracy".

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Strong winds reignite wildfires in central Portugal
More than 1,000 firefighters battled wildfires in central Portugal on Monday, forcing the evacuation of several villages as the authorities hoped to limit the number of residents at risk.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Trump says U.S. had positive correspondence with North Korea recently
U.S. President Donald Trump told reporters at the White House on Monday his administration had very positive correspondence recently with North Korea, with which it has been working to restart talks aimed at ending Pyongyang's nuclear program.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Trump says it is getting harder for him to want to negotiate with Iran
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday that it is getting harder for him to want to make a deal with Iran and said the situation could go either way very easily.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

EU countries agree to new migrant influx mechanism-Macron
Some 14 member countries of the European Union have agreed to a new "solidarity mechanism" proposed by Germany and France to allocate migrants across the bloc, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Spain's Podemos says won't accept 'decorative' government posts
Spain's far-left party Podemos will not accept "decorative" cabinet posts in any coalition government with the Socialists in exchange for support for acting prime minister Pedro Sanchez, Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Huawei secretly helped North Korea build, maintain wireless network: Washington Post
Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL], the Chinese company put on a U.S. blacklist because of national security concerns, secretly helped North Korea build and maintain its commercial wireless network, the Washington Post reported on Monday, citing sources and internal documents.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Trump says U.S. working with Pakistan to find way out of Afghan war
President Donald Trump, speaking at a White House meeting with visiting Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, said on Monday the United States is working with Islamabad to find a way out of the war in Afghanistan.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Trump says it is getting harder for him to want a deal with Iran
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday that it is getting harder for him to want to make a deal with Iran and said the situation could go either way very easily.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Strait of Hormuz: the world's most important oil artery
Iran's ambassador to Britain warned against escalating tensions on Sunday, a day ahead of an expected response from the UK which could include fresh sanctions on Tehran or other steps after its seizure of a British-flagged oil tanker.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Britain to seek European maritime mission to counter Iran's 'piracy'
Britain will seek to put together a European-led maritime protection mission to ensure safe shipping through the Strait of Hormuz after Iran seized a British-flagged vessel in what London said was an act of "state piracy".

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Britain says won't compromise on freedom of navigation in Strait of Hormuz
There cannot be compromise on freedom of navigation in the Strait of Hormuz and Britain can work with the United States on its approach to the issue despite their differing views on the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Trump: 'We will have to find out' about Huawei's relationship with North Korea
Asked about a media report that said Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL] had secretly built and maintained North Korea's commercial wireless network, U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday, "We will have to find out."

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Istanbul gives Syrians one month to return to provinces in which they are registered
Authorities in Istanbul set a four-week deadline on Monday for Syrians living without approval in Turkey's largest city to return to provinces where they are registered or face forced removal to those regions.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Congo health minister resigns over Ebola snub
Congo's health minister resigned on Monday after being stripped of responsibility for managing the country's Ebola outbreak, potentially paving the way for the introduction of a second vaccine to contain the spreading epidemic.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

U.S. sanctions Chinese oil buyer over alleged Iran violations
The United States has sanctioned the China's state-run energy company Zhuhai Zhengrong Co Ltd for allegedly violating restrictions imposed on Iran's oil sector, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a speech on Monday.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Turkey seizes $271 million in counterfeit U.S. currency: newspaper
Turkish authorities confiscated about $271 million in fake U.S. $100 banknotes in a raid on an Istanbul printing press - the country's biggest counterfeit currency seizure in recent years, Hurriyet newspaper reported on Monday.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Mexico says no to safe third-country asylum discussion with U.S.
Mexico will not agree to further discussion of safe third country status for asylum seekers, the foreign minister said, adding it was not clear what the Trump administration's stance was on the issue despite a deadline reached on Monday.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

U.S. sanctions Chinese energy firm, alleges Iranian oil violations
The United States has sanctioned the Chinese energy company Zhuhai Zhengrong Co Ltd for allegedly violating restrictions imposed on Iran's oil sector, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a speech on Monday.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Britain's anti-Brexit Liberal Democrats name Jo Swinson as new leader
Britain's anti-Brexit Liberal Democrat party named lawmaker Jo Swinson as its new leader on Monday, as the party looks to translate a surge in voter support for its pro-European Union agenda into influence in a deadlocked parliament.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

India to buy Russian rocket engines for its space program: RIA
India plans to buy rocket engines from Russia for its national space program, RIA news agency cited Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov as saying during a visit to New Delhi on Monday.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Eastern Libyan forces warplane makes emergency landing in Tunisia, pilot held: LNA
A warplane belonging to eastern Libyan forces fighting the internationally recognized Tripoli government made an emergency landing in Tunisia on Monday and the pilot was detained, the self-declared eastern foreign ministry said.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

UK Labour peers pause plan for no confidence vote in leader Corbyn: source
The leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, will not immediately face a symbolic no confidence vote from members of his own party in the upper chamber of parliament, a source with knowledge of a meeting on the matter said on Monday.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Cops search for two missing teens after tourist deaths in northern Canada
The Canadian federal police said on Sunday they are searching for two missing teenagers in northern Canada, days after an Australian and an American were found dead on a remote highway, in what authorities are treating as a double homicide.

Reuters World News
Jul 22, 2019

Air strikes kill at least 32 in rebel-held city in Syria, rescuers say
Air strikes on a popular market and residential neighborhoods killed at least 32 people and wounded dozens on Monday in an attack on one of the main opposition-held cities in northwestern Syria, rescuers and residents said.

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