S Koreans condemn right-wing Japanese hotel distorting wartime history2017-01-22
South Korean people condemn a right-wing Japanese hotel chain, which caused uproar by placing books distorting the Imperial Japan's wartime history in guestrooms of its 400-plus hotels.
11 killed in blast in camp for displaced Syrians near Jordan2017-01-22
At least 11 people were killed Saturday when an explosion rocked a camp for displaced Syrians near the Syrian-Jordanian borders, a monitor group reported.
Iraqi forces continue fighting at last IS strongholds in eastern Mosul2017-01-22
Iraqi security forces on Saturday continued fierce clashes to drive out the militants of the extremist Islamic State (IS) group from their last strongholds in the northern outskirts of the city of Mosul, the Iraqi military said.
12 die as passenger train derails in southern India2017-01-22
At least 12 people have been killed and several others injured after a passenger train derailed in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh late Saturday night, a senior railway official said.
British PM calls for early Brexit talks with new European Parliament president2017-01-22
British Prime Minister Theresa May called Saturday for an early meeting with the new president of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani to discuss Britain's exit from the European Union.
Moving U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem will ignite region: Palestinian factions2017-01-22
Leaders of several Palestinian factions and political powers warned Saturday moving U.S.Embassy to Jerusalem will ignite the region.
Two killed as Saudi police raid terrorist hideouts in Jeddah2017-01-22
Saudi police raided two hideouts of terrorists in Jeddah, killing two extremists, while a bomb factory exploded, Saudi Interior Ministry tweeted on Saturday.
Turkey at threshold for shift to presidential system2017-01-22
Turkey's Prime Minister, Binali Yildirim, is applauded by some of his lawmakers afterTurkey ' s parliament approved a contentious constitutional reform package .
Italian avalanche leaves 30 missing2017-01-20
A massive avalanche apparently triggered by a series of earthquakes one day earlier on Thursday battered an Italian ski resort and left as many as 30 hotel guests and staff members missing.
Number of crimes in England, Wales nears 12 mln: ONS2017-01-20
Crimes are being committed in England and Wales at the rate of 32000 every day, a report by the Office for National Statistics(ONS)revealed Thursday.
U.S. initial jobless claims fall to 234,0002017-01-20
The number of Americans initially applying for unemployment aid fell to 234,000, echoing a stable job market.
Theresa May tries to dispel Brexit worries at Davos forum2017-01-20
Two days after announcing a "hard Brexit" objective, British Prime Minister Theresa May was trying to assuage global concerns about Brexit in a special address on Thursday at the World Economic Forum.
EU won't accept pick-and-choose tactics in future Brexit negotiations: Tusk2017-01-19
There will be no place for pick and choose tactics in future Brexit negotiations, European Council President Donald Tusk warned on Wednesday.
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