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France wants ‘respect’ of human rights, abortion in Italy, says PM
Brotherhood of Italy party head says will maintain country’s abortion law.
Pro-Kremlin businessman confirms he founded Wagner mercenary group
Putin ally Yevgeny Prigozhin says he founded group to send fighters to Ukraine's Donbas region in 2014.
Ex-Russian officer flees army call-up, expresses ‘disgust’
Alex says he does not want to kill his own Slav people.
Macau casino stocks surge on mainland travel hopes
Authorities announce plans to allow tour groups to return, smoothen e-visa regulations.
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Inflation hits home for Mongolians struggling for basic goods
Economy dependent on imported goods suffers as US dollar weakens.
5 rescuers killed in Philippine typhoon
Local police chief says wall collapsed on men, pushing them into fast flowing waters.
US warns Russia of ‘catastrophic’ effects of nuclear strike
Washington trying to talk Moscow down from atomic warfare after Vladimir Putin’s thinly veiled threats.
US, South Korea begin naval drills after North’s missile test
Manoeuvres compliment Seoul’s new hawkish stance to Pyongyang after years of failed diplomacy.
Little cheer as Japan, China mark 50 years of ties
Once blossoming relationship sours as Beijing’s belligerence stirs up tensions.
Police clash with Iran protesters in London and Paris
French officers fire tear gas, while UK says demonstrators intent on disorder hurled masonry, bottles.
Netflix, Disney poised to shake up TV ad world
Streaming services’ premium tiers expected to drive down traditional broadcasters’ advertising value.
US welcomes Belarus release of journalist, urges more
State Dept spokesman Ned Price says too many political prisoners remain imprisoned.
Four arrested over ‘plan to kidnap’ Belgian justice minister
Vincent Van Quickenborne blames drug mafia as authorities seek extradition of 3 suspects from The Netherlands.
Far-right heading for power after Italy vote, according to exit polls
First neo-fascist leader since Benito Mussolini faces huge challenges of combating soaring inflation, massive debt.
Hong Kong cardinal among activists on trial over protest fund
Prosecution sends shock waves through Catholic community, renews criticism of Vatican’s relationship with Beijing.
Swiss vote on factory farm ban, pension reform
Bern hopes to garner enough support to 'stabilise' country's old-age security system.
Iran’s Oscar-winning director urges ‘solidarity’ with protesters
Asghar Farhadi says they are looking for ‘simple yet fundamental rights that the state has denied them for years’.
Australia climate change failings violated indigenous rights, says UN
Committee orders Canberra to pay compensation to Torres Islanders.
German chancellor cites energy supply ‘progress’ on UAE visit
Olaf Scholz stresses commitment to removing dependence on single-source commodity.
Rwanda genocide 'financier' trial to open in The Hague
Accused allegedly played role in 1994 ethnic slaughter.
Freed Moroccan prisoner of war speaks of Ukraine struggle
21-year-old student said to have suffered from being incarcerated but will recover and return to his studies.