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United Kingdom votes to decide the fate of Brexit, again
North Korea says ready to respond to any corresponding measure that U.S. chooses
Russia expels two German diplomats in dispute over killing
Cambodia says responds to EU over human rights concern
Turkey sends Libya maritime accord to UN for approval: source
U.S. watchdog finds $6.7 billion in questionable Medicare payments to insurers
Myanmar's Suu Kyi back in U.N. court for final day of genocide hearing
By Shoon Naing and Bart H. Meijer THE HAGUE (Reuters) - Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi returned to the International Court of Justice on Thursday to defend Myanmar against accusations it has committed genocide against its Rohingya Muslim ...
Hopes in ashes for grieving Indian family after deadly factory fire
By Mayank Bhardwaj NEW DELHI (Reuters) - When Mohammed Faisal Khan perished in a fire that killed 43 workers sleeping in a small factory in New Delhi on Sunday his parents back in the impoverished eastern state of Bihar lost their eldest son and the ...
Sandy Hook families to get day in court against gunmaker
By Kanishka Singh (Reuters) - Families of victims in the Sandy Hook school massacre that killed 20 children and six adults will get their day in court about nine years from the shooting. A trial date in September 2021 has been set for the lawsuit ...
Russia expels two German diplomats in row over killing
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's Foreign Ministry said on Thursday it would expel two German diplomats from Moscow in a tit-for-tat response after Berlin last week ordered the expulsion of two Russian diplomats. Germany announced the expulsions last week ...
Chinese paramilitary conduct anti-terror drill in Xinjiang mountains: CCTV
BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese paramilitary troops staged high altitude, anti-terror training in the Pamir mountains in the restive Xinjiang region in western China, according to a video broadcast by state television on Thursday. The training was ...
Russia's only aircraft carrier catches fire in northern port: news agencies
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia's only aircraft carrier, the Admiral Kuznetsov, caught fire on Thursday during maintenance work in Russia's Arctic port in Murmansk, with three people unaccounted for, Russian news agencies reported. One source told the ...
Algeria holds presidential vote boycotted by demonstrators
By Hamid Ould Ahmed and Lamine Chikhi ALGIERS (Reuters) - Algeria's government held a long-delayed presidential election on Thursday, despite months of street demonstrations by protesters who view the vote as a charade intended to keep the ruling ...
France's CGT union says 'no Christmas break' in transport strike
PARIS (Reuters) - France's CGT union said on Thursday there would be no break in transport strikes over the Christmas period unless the government backed down on pension reform. "No Christmas break unless the government comes to its senses", Laurent ...
Australia probes theft of drinking water in drought-hit state
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australian police are investigating the theft of tens of thousands of liters of drinking water from a council site on the far north coast of the drought- and bushfire stricken state of New South Wales. The devastating bushfires ...
Shipping industry sails into unknown with new pollution rules
By Jonathan Saul LONDON (Reuters) - Faced with imminent new global marine pollution rules, shipping companies and insurers are puzzling over the risks. To reduce emissions of toxic sulphur that cause premature deaths, shipowners who have long relied ...