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French, German leaders try to re-energize embattled EU project

By Erol Dogrudogan AACHEN, Germany (Reuters) – The leaders of France and Germany meet on Tuesday to deepen a 1963 treaty of post-war reconciliation in...

Russia detains 11 protesters ahead of Putin talks with Japan’s Abe:...

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russian police detained 11 protesters outside the Japanese embassy in Moscow as they rallied against the idea of ceding control over...

South Korea says troop talks deadlocked as U.S. demands ‘unacceptable’ funding...

By Hyonhee Shin SEOUL (Reuters) – The United States and South Korea are struggling to narrow differences over the share of the cost of maintaining...

Gabriel’s journey: A transgender Spaniard makes the change

By Susana Vera MADRID (Reuters) – Gabriel Diaz de Tudanca is a 19-year-old Spaniard who, although born a girl, identified as male from early childhood....

Cambodian leader, in Beijing, says China pledges nearly $600 million in...

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) – China has pledged 4 billion yuan ($588 million) in aid to Cambodia from 2019 to 2021, Prime Minister Hun Sen...

Palestinian man shot dead while trying to stab Israeli soldier: army

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – An Israeli soldier fatally shot a Palestinian man who tried to stab a fellow soldier in the occupied West Bank on...

Sudan’s Bashir to visit Qatar amid ongoing unrest at home

CAIRO (Reuters) – Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir will visit Qatar this week, Qatar’s state news agency QNA said on Monday, as widespread anti-government protests...

Leading Podemos MP quits, tipping Spain’s far left party into chaos

By Belén Carreño MADRID (Reuters) – One of the founders of Spain’s anti-austerity Podemos party, Inigo Errejon, gave up his seat in parliament on Monday,...

Italy’s Di Maio repeats attack on French policies in Africa

ROME (Reuters) – Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio on Monday reiterated that France’s policies in Africa were creating poverty and causing migration, hours...

Sudan freezes credentials of two journalists: official

KHARTOUM (Reuters) – Sudan has frozen the press credentials of two journalists, including one working for Saudi-owned Al Arabiya, an official at the country’s...
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