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U.N. agency, Bangladesh begin survey of Rohingya over return to Myanmar
By Ruma Paul DHAKA (Reuters) - The United Nations' refugee agency and Bangladesh authorities on Tuesday started to consult more than 3,000 Rohingya refugees from Myanmar to determine if any want to return home, officials said, as a fresh repatriation ...
Less bluster, but no compromise seen as South Korean, Japan ministers meet in China
By Hyonhee Shin and Tim Kelly SEOUL/TOKYO (Reuters) - South Korea and Japan have toned down the rhetoric but show little sign of compromise in a bitter political and economic dispute as their foreign ministers prepare to meet in China this week. ...
Russia to nuclear test ban monitor: Test accident not your business
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia on Tuesday told an international organisation set up to verify a ban on nuclear tests that a military testing accident in northern Russia earlier this month was none of its business and that handing it radiation data was ...
Britain's Johnson opening Brexit bid: rip out the Irish border backstop
By Kylie MacLellan and Guy Faulconbridge LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Boris Johnson has fired the opening salvo in his bid to renegotiate Britain's divorce from the European Union, demanding that an insurance policy for the Irish border be ...
Zimbabwe police deploy hundreds in Gweru, MDC challenges another protest ban
By MacDonald Dzirutwe HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe police deployed in force on Tuesday to block a street protest for the third time in five days, as the main opposition party said hopes were vanishing that the government might become more tolerant of ...
Philippines warns of 'unfriendly' greeting for uninvited warships
MANILA (Reuters) - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has warned of "unfriendly" treatment for foreign ships traveling in the country's territorial waters without permission, in a rare swipe at China's use of warships just a few miles off Manila's ...
Fate of Brexit deal in hands of the EU: UK Conservative chairman
LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union needs to show flexibility over the Irish border "backstop" because the issue of whether Britain leaves the bloc with or without a deal is now mainly up to Brussels, Conservative party chairman James Cleverly said ...
Russia accuses U.S. of stoking tensions with missile test: TASS
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia accused the United States on Tuesday of stoking military tensions by testing a ground-launched cruise missile, but said it would not be drawn into an arms race, TASS news agency reported. The Pentagon said on Monday it had ...
Over 100 civilians wounded in bombings in eastern Afghanistan
KABUL (Reuters) - The number of people wounded in multiple bomb blasts in the Afghan city of Jalalabad has risen to 123, officials said on Tuesday, a day after 14 bombs exploded in public squares, markets and outside restaurants in the eastern city. ...
Lightning strike caused power cut in Britain: grid operator
By Nina Chestney LONDON (Reuters) - A blackout in Britain which cut power to one million customers and caused transport chaos on Aug. 9 was due to a lightning strike, the grid operator said in a report to regulator Ofgem, which said on Tuesday it ...