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Pakistan PM to meet Trump hoping to mend fences, attract investment
By Saad Sayeed and Mehr Nadeem ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan travels to the United States on Sunday hoping the arrest of a militant leader with a $10 million U.S. bounty on his head and progress in Afghan peace talks will ...
Vehicles plow into crowd at UK car club meet injuring 17
LONDON (Reuters) - Seventeen people were injured after two cars collided and plowed into spectators at a weekly meeting of a car club in an English town. Eyewitness videos showed one car pull out and collide with another vehicle, sending them into ...
UK's Johnson will resist calls for Brexit delay, lawmaker Rees-Mogg says
LONDON (Reuters) - Boris Johnson, the favorite to be the next British prime minister, has the backbone to resist pressure from parliament to delay Brexit again even if it means leaving the European Union without a deal, a leading supporter said on ...
South African soldiers deployed in Cape Town to help fight gangs
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South African soldiers were deployed to gang-ridden Cape Town suburbs on Thursday to help quell escalating violence that has killed hundreds this year and that officials have likened to a war zone, a Reuters cameraman and ...
Indonesia suggests barter to help cover cost of jet project with South Korea
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia is offering to pay South Korea its share of the cost of developing a fighter jet in the form of barter, state news agency Antara reported on Friday, as it tries to cut its exposure to the $7.9 billion project. The two ...
Two killings symbolize reach of Kashmir conflict as death toll surges
By Alasdair Pal and Fayaz Bukhari SRINAGAR/AWANTIPORA, India (Reuters) - More than 300 people died in the Kashmir region claimed by India and Pakistan in the first half of the year, according to previously unreported data - one of the deadliest ...
Vietnam says preserved corpse of Ho Chi Minh in great condition
By James Pearson HANOI (Reuters) - The embalmed corpse of Vietnam's founding leader, Ho Chi Minh, is in great condition, state media said on Friday, a month after the government recruited a team of Russian experts to help preserve the former ...
Allies play hard to get on U.S. proposal to protect oil shipping lanes
By Sylvia Westall and John Irish DUBAI/PARIS (Reuters) - The United States is struggling to win its allies' support for an initiative to heighten surveillance of vital Middle East oil shipping lanes because of fears it will increase tension with ...
Italy's Di Maio calls for meeting with Salvini in peace offering
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio called for a meeting on Friday with government partner and co-deputy PM Matteo Salvini in a peace offering following mutual recriminations that raised concerns about the stability of the ...
South Africa's Zuma due back at corruption inquiry after adjournment
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South Africa's deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo adjourned a public inquiry into state corruption on Friday to try to find a way to persuade former President Jacob Zuma to continue giving testimony. Zuma's lawyers have ...