Keeping lights off: Undocumented Afghans go underground in Pakistan

By Ariba Shahid and Mohammad Yunus Yawar KARACHI, Pakistan (Reuters) – After living in Pakistan for years, thousands of Afghans have gone into hiding to escape a government order to… Read more

War crimes by Myanmar’s military ‘more frequent and brazen’, UN probe finds

GENEVA (Reuters) – War crimes committed by Myanmar’s military, including the bombing of civilians, have become “increasingly frequent and brazen”, a team of United Nations investigators said in a report… Read more

Iraqi PM Sudani, Syria’s Assad hold talks on security, water in Damascus

By Timour Azhari BAGHDAD (Reuters) -Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia Al-Sudani held talks with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus on Sunday in the first such visit by an Iraqi… Read more

‘Heat storm’ stretches into southern Europe, health alerts issued

ROME (Reuters) – Italy issued hot weather red alerts for 16 cities on Sunday, with meteorologists warning that temperatures will hit record highs across southern Europe in the coming days.… Read more

Rescuers retrieve six bodies from flooded South Korea underpass

CHEONGJU, South Korea (Reuters) – The bodies of six people trapped in a tunnel submerged by heavy rains in central South Korea were retrieved on Sunday, firefighting authorities said, taking… Read more

Explosives used in Mexico ‘terror’ attack that killed six

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -Suspected gang members in western Mexico killed four security officials and two civilians and injured a dozen other people after an attack with explosives on Tuesday night,… Read more

Journalist killed in Ukraine given French honour

France has posthumously awarded its highest honour to an AFP video journalist killed in Ukraine. Arman Soldin, 32, who died in a rocket attack close to Bakhmut in May, has… Read more

ASEAN foreign ministers repeat condemnation of Myanmar violence

By Kate Lamb and Stanley Widianto JAKARTA (Reuters) -Southeast Asian foreign ministers on Thursday reiterated condemnation of ongoing violence in Myanmar, as an intensifying conflict there tests the unity of… Read more

Uganda president says ex-Congo leader gave sanctuary to Islamist rebels

By Elias Biryabarema KAMPALA (Reuters) – Uganda’s President Yoweri has accused a former leader from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Joseph Kabila, of giving sanctuary to Islamist fighters and allowing… Read more
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