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Syrian army seizes border crossing with Jordan – Hezbollah-run media

Syrian army seizes border crossing with Jordan – Hezbollah-run media

Published 06/07/2018

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian government forces seized control of the Nassib border crossing with Jordan on Friday, a military news service run by the Lebanese [more…]

China backs European integration, Li says before summit with…

China backs European integration, Li says before summit with…

Published 06/07/2018

SOFIA (Reuters) - China backs EU integration and wants to use a weekend summit with central and eastern Europe to boost cooperation with the region, [more…]

From Churchill to Trump: Key moments in the UK-U.S. special…

From Churchill to Trump: Key moments in the UK-U.S. special…

Published 06/07/2018

(Reuters) - Since Winston Churchill coined the term “special relationship” after World War Two, the United Kingdom has placed its alliance with the United States [more…]

Seehofer hard line threatens Merkel’s fragile immigration truce

Seehofer hard line threatens Merkel’s fragile immigration truce

Published 06/07/2018

BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany will have to go its own way on immigration if it cannot get other European Union states to sign up to [more…]

Some southern Syrian rebels to leave to north in Russian deal-rebel…

Some southern Syrian rebels to leave to north in Russian deal-rebel…

Published 06/07/2018

AMMAN (Reuters) - Syrian rebels in Deraa province who are not willing to reconcile with the government will leave to insurgent-held areas of the north [more…]

Thais fear ‘no chance’ of more survivors from tourist boat, nearly…

Thais fear ‘no chance’ of more survivors from tourist boat, nearly…

Published 06/07/2018

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thai rescuers deployed helicopters on Friday in a search for 29 people missing after the sinking of a boat carrying Chinese tourists, [more…]

Turkey orders 331 soldiers detained in Gulen probes: media, police say

Turkey orders 331 soldiers detained in Gulen probes: media, police say

Published 06/07/2018

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey ordered the detention of 331 soldiers on Friday in two operations targeting alleged supporters of the U.S.-based Islamic cleric who Ankara [more…]

Putin says World Cup has broken stereotypes about Russia

Putin says World Cup has broken stereotypes about Russia

Published 06/07/2018

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Friday that his country’s hosting of the soccer World Cup had helped debunk stereotypes about it. [more…]

Egypt puts relics recovered from smugglers in Italy on display

Egypt puts relics recovered from smugglers in Italy on display

Published 04/07/2018

CAIRO (Reuters) - Hundreds of ancient artifacts returned by Italy after they were recovered from smugglers in May went on display at the Egyptian museum [more…]

Scientists hope test-tube embryos can save near-extinct white rhino

Scientists hope test-tube embryos can save near-extinct white rhino

Published 04/07/2018

LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists have created hybrid embryos from the sperm of near-extinct northern white rhinoceroses in the laboratory, hoping they can ultimately help save [more…]