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Erdogan says Turkey not yet sent troops to Libya, only advisers: NTV
Global stocks stay near record highs; focus turns to central banks, earnings
More countries back European-led naval mission in Hormuz: France
Iran's only female Olympic medalist moving to Germany: coach
Airbus unit to offer product to help airlines with revenue volatility
Meng Wanzhou's freedom on trial as China-U.S. clash plays out in Canada court
Malta minister quits in latest fallout from journalist murder
By Chris Scicluna VALLETTA (Reuters) - Another Maltese minister has quit after a paper reported links between her policeman husband and the man suspected of masterminding a journalist's murder, the government said on Monday. Corruption investigator ...
Chairman of Czech upper house of parliament dies
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Jaroslav Kubera, the chairman of the Czech upper house of parliament, died on Monday morning, the chamber's spokeswoman said. He was 72. Kubera gave a speech at his party's congress during the weekend and was not known to be ...
Former policeman among three militants killed in gunfight with Indian troops
By Fayaz Bukhari SRINAGAR, India (Reuters) - A former police officer was among three Islamist militants killed in a gunbattle with Indian troops in the disputed region of Kashmir on Monday, security officials said. They said Adil Bashir Sheikh, a ...
Spain's 2019 tourist arrivals hit new record high, minister upbeat on trend
MADRID (Reuters) - The number of international visitors to Spain hit an all-time high of 83.7 million in 2019 in a seventh straight year of records, Industry and Tourism Minister Reyes Maroto said on Monday, adding that she was optimistic about 2020. ...
Lebanon urgently needs new government to avoid collapse: Hariri
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon needs to quickly form a new government to stop a cycle of collapse and worsening economic and security conditions, caretaker prime minister Saad al-Hariri said on Monday, after a weekend of violent confrontations shook the ...
Bridge linking Denmark to Sweden to get new lick of paint in 13-year operation
ORESUND (Reuters) - The nearly eight-kilometer (five mile) bridge linking Denmark and Sweden is to get a new lick of paint for the first time since it opened for traffic in 2000, but it will take an estimated 13 years to complete the mega-project. ...
India's ruling party picks new president as challenges mount
By Devjyot Ghoshal NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Hindu nationalist ruling party on Monday elevated a veteran lawmaker and long-time associate of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to become its president ahead of a string of state elections. Jagat Prakash ...
Thousands of armed activists gather at Virginia's pro-gun rally
By Brad Brooks RICHMOND, Va. (Reuters) - Thousands of armed pro-gun activists from across the United States rallied outside Virginia's capitol building on Monday to protest new restrictions proposed by state lawmakers, with authorities bracing for ...
Explainer: How Trump's impeachment trial will differ from a criminal one
By Jan Wolfe WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate's impeachment trial of President Donald Trump will begin in earnest on Tuesday, when senators may begin hearing opening statements on why he should be removed from office. While senators will serve ...
Democrats mark King's birthday on presidential campaign trail
By Trevor Hunnicutt COLUMBIA, S.C. (Reuters) - Democrats locked in a tight race for their party's presidential nomination will mark the holiday that celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. by seeking the support of black voters. U.S. presidential ...