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UK police arrest man in enquiry over Vietnamese truck deaths
LONDON (Reuters) - British police arrested a 23-year old man from Northern Ireland on Friday as part of their enquiry into the deaths of 39 Vietnamese people found in the back of a truck near London last month. "He was arrested on suspicion of ...
Pakistan grapples with drug-resistant typhoid outbreak
By Syed Raza Hassan KARACHI, Pakistan (Reuters) - Early this year Muhammad Haider Sajjad, a thin bespectacled boy of 15, was hospitalized in Karachi, Pakistan's commercial capital. Doctors suspected typhoid, but when the most common antibiotics ...
Japan foreign minister to visit Russia to discuss formal WWII treaty: official
NAGOYA, Japan (Reuters) - Japan's foreign minister agreed on Friday to visit Russia next month for talks about a formal World War Two peace treaty, a ministry official said, following a decades-old dispute that has prevented the countries from ...
U.S. responsible if diplomacy over Korea peninsula breaks down: North Korea envoy
SEOUL (Reuters) - The United States will be held responsible if the opportunity for diplomacy over the Korean peninsula issue is lost, North Korea's vice foreign minister was quoted as saying by the South's Yonhap news agency on Friday. The comments ...
Malta police need more time to question man in journalist murder case: PM
By Chris Scicluna VALLETTA (Reuters) - Police decided to release on bail a person of interest in the investigation into the murder of a Maltese journalist because they need more time to question him, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said on Friday. "If a ...
Special Report: How jihadists struck gold in Africa's Sahel
By David Lewis and Ryan McNeill OUAGADOUGOU (Reuters) - People around Pama, a West African town on the edge of vast forested conservation areas, had long been forbidden by their government to dig for gold in the reserves, to protect antelope, buffalo ...
London's Canary Wharf underground station reopens after dust incident
LONDON (Reuters) - London's Canary Wharf underground station reopened on Friday after an incident involving a faulty fan left dust on the platform, the city's transport operator said. British transport police said the incident was not a security or ...
German ambassador says Turkey should explain charges against arrested lawyer
ANKARA (Reuters) - Germany's ambassador to Turkey said the arrest of a Turkish lawyer hired by the German embassy is "incomprehensible" and he is pressing Ankara to clarify the charges, according to a statement seen by Reuters. The lawyer was ...
Iraq's Sistani says electoral reforms only way to resolve crisis: representative
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraq's top Shi'ite Muslim cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani on Friday called on politicians to hurry up in reforming electoral laws and said the changes would be the only way to resolve weeks of deadly unrest. "We affirm the ...
Hungary's ruling Fidesz could quit European conservative bloc: Orban
By Marton Dunai BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Hungary’s ruling Fidesz party may leave the European Union's umbrella centre-right bloc after receiving mixed signals about its intentions following Fidesz's suspension from the group, Prime Minister Viktor Orban ...