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Yemen's Houthis say they struck power station in Saudi's Jizan province: Al Masirah TV
CAIRO (Reuters) - Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthis said on Wednesday that they struck a power station in Saudi Arabia’s Al-Shu...
Media freedom in the Balkans under attack, monitors say
SARAJEVO (Reuters) - More than a third of all media freedom violations reported across Europe in 2018-2019 occurred in sou...
Malawi president appoints economist Mwanamvekha as finance minister
BLANTYRE (Reuters) - Malawian President Peter Mutharika has appointed minister of agriculture Joseph Mwanamvekha, an econo...
USA Gymnastics updates Safe Sport Policy
(Reuters) - After being rocked by a sexual abuse scandal, USA Gymnastics on Wednesday released an updated Safe Sport Polic...
Johnson's team welcomes latest vote in UK PM bid
LONDON (Reuters) - The team backing Boris Johnson in his bid to become Britain’s prime minister welcomed a jump in the num...
Kenyan court convicts three for aiding deadly Islamist attack on university
NAIROBI (Reuters) - A Kenyan court on Wednesday convicted three people of terrorism-related offences for helping Somali Is...
U.S. targets Russian firm for allegedly helping North Korea evade sanctions
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States has sanctioned a Russian financial institution for allegedly helping North Korea ...
France sends top diplomat to Iran for talks to reduce tensions
PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron’s top diplomatic adviser traveled to Iran on Wednesday to hold talks wi...
Governor wants Pennsylvania to join greenhouse gas reduction program
(Reuters) - Democratic Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf asked Republican lawmakers on Tuesday to authorize the state to join...
Albanian opposition supporters scuffle with police ahead of local elections
TIRANA (Reuters) - Supporters of Albania’s opposition parties scuffled with police outside vote-counting centers on Wednes...
Factbox: Who are the Saudis under spotlight over Khashoggi's killing?
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia is seeking the death penalty for five of 21 people suspected of links to the murder of jour...
London's Jubilee underground train line partly suspended due to fire alert
LONDON (Reuters) - Part of London’s Jubilee underground train line was suspended due to a fire alert in the Green Park are...
Israeli minister sees U.S.-mediated Lebanese sea border talks in weeks
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel expects to launch U.S.-mediated talks within a month with Lebanon on setting their maritime b...
Pennsylvania governor wants to tie nuclear bailout to joining RGGI
(Reuters) - Democratic Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf asked Republican lawmakers on Tuesday to authorize the state to join...
Striking Codelco miners in Chile to consider new contract offer
SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Unions at Chile’s Codelco on Wednesday evening will discuss an improved contract offer that the world...
German government official: We're striving for agreement on EU top jobs by July 2
BERLIN (Reuters) - Berlin is striving for an agreement on who will take the European Union’s top jobs by July 2 - when the...
UK man becomes first convicted in Britain of making 3D-printer gun
LONDON (Reuters) - A 26-year-old man has become the first person in Britain to be convicted of making a firearm with a 3D ...
Russia says findings of MH17 crash investigation are groundless
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia’s Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday that it regretted the findings of the Malaysia Airlines fli...
Saudi Arabia rejects U.N. report in Khashoggi case as baseless: minister tweet
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia’s minister of state for foreign affairs rejected on Wednesday a U.N. report that said ther...
Has 'the sacrificial lamb' arrived?: U.N. cites new recordings in Khashoggi murder
RIYADH (Reuters) - Moments before Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed and dismembered last October, two of his sus...
Algeria security forces to be 'strict' with infiltration of protest marches: defense ministry statement
ALGIERS (Reuters) - Algeria’s army chief of staff on Wednesday warned that security forces will be “strict” in preventing ...
Congo deploys army to protect China Moly's copper mine from illegal miners
DAKAR (Reuters) - Congo’s military has deployed hundreds of soldiers to protect a major copper and cobalt mine owned by Ch...
Russia: U.S. nuclear pact exit may bring back Cold War-era standoff - Ifax
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia’s Security Council warned on Wednesday that the United States’ exit from the Intermediate-range ...
Russia says situation in Korean Peninsula could escalate in 2020: RIA
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The situation in the Korean Peninsula could escalate next year if the United States fails to convince P...
International investigators: Four suspected of murder in MH17 downing
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Four suspects will be charged with murder for their role in the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight ...
Evidence shows Russia supplied missile used to shoot down MH17: investigator
NIEUWEGEIN, Netherlands (Reuters) - Investigators have collected enough evidence to show that Russia provided the missile ...
Turkey says it strongly endorses U.N. report on Khashoggi murder
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey strongly endorses the U.N.’s recommendations regarding the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khas...
Ukraine will try to arrest Ukrainian MH17 suspect: Interfax Ukraine
KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine will try to arrest a Ukrainian suspect, Leonid Kharchenko, in relation to the 2014 downing of Mal...
China says Hong Kong does not need meddling by 'black hand' Western forces
BEIJING (Reuters) - Hong Kong does not need meddling by “black hand” Western forces who are trying to destroy its stabilit...
France, Germany to increase efforts to reduce Iran tensions, avert war: ministers
PARIS (Reuters) - France and Germany will increase their efforts to reduce tensions over Iran, but time was running out an...
Germany cancels road toll contracts with companies after EU court ruling
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany has canceled its contracts with the companies charged with setting up a highway toll system for...
Four suspects to face murder charges for downing of MH17: relatives
NIEUWEGEIN (Reuters) - Four suspects will face murder charges for the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 in July 2014 ...
Iran says it will not give Europe more time to save nuclear deal
LONDON (Reuters) - Iran said on Wednesday it would not give European powers any more time beyond July 8 to save its nuclea...
Rocket hits site of foreign oil firms in Iraq's Basra, three hurt
BASRA, Iraq (Reuters) - A rocket struck the site of the residential and operations headquarters of several global major oi...
Magnitude 6.8 quake strikes south southeast of Kermadecs in Pacific: USGS
(Reuters) - A magnitude 6.8 quake struck south southeast of Raoul Island in South Pacific chain of the Kermadec Islands, t...
Australian detective wins praise for textbook tackle of suspected stalker
SYDNEY (Reuters) - An Australian detective interrupted his own news conference to complete a textbook tackle of a man now ...
Cuba forces dissidents into exile, advocacy group says
MADRID (Reuters) - Cuba’s state security is pressuring dissidents to go into exile in its attempt to weaken opposition on ...
Iran will not give Europe more time to shield it against U.S. sanctions
LONDON (Reuters) - Iran said on Wednesday it will start enriching uranium at a higher level in July and won’t give Europea...
Possession key for Cameroon clash, says New Zealand's Longo
(Reuters) - New Zealand’s slim hopes of making it to the knockout rounds of the women’s World Cup for the first time will ...
Rocket hits site of foreign oil firms in Iraq's Basra, two hurt
BASRA, Iraq (Reuters) - A rocket landed at a residential and operations headquarters of several global major oil companies...