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3940. North Korea abandons nuclear freeze pledge, blames 'brutal' U.S. sanctions
North Korea said on Tuesday it was no longer bound by commitments to halt nuclear and missile testing, blaming the United States" failure to meet a year-end deadline for nuclear talks and "brutal and inhumane" U.S. sanctions.
10:21 21.01.2020
3939. Rescuers dig for trekkers missing in Nepal avalanche
Rescuers began digging through several feet snow at two mountainside locations in Nepal on Tuesday where four South Korean trekkers and three Nepali guides are thought to be trapped, officials said.
10:09 21.01.2020
3938. World needs to prepare for 'millions' of climate refugees: U.N.
The world needs to prepare for a surge in refugees with potentially millions of people being driven from their homes by the impact of climate change, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said on Tuesday.
09:55 21.01.2020
3937. North Korea to suspend foreign tourism over coronavirus fears: tour company
A foreign tour operator said on Tuesday that North Korea is to temporarily ban foreign tourists due to the spread of a deadly new coronavirus in China.
09:33 21.01.2020
3936. Russia steps up airport screening of Chinese travelers over coronavirus fears
Russian airports have stepped up screening of travelers arriving from China to try to identify people infected with the new coronavirus, airport officials said on Tuesday.
09:33 21.01.2020
3935. China mystery virus claims sixth victim as holiday travel stokes risk
The death toll from a mysterious flu-like virus in China climbed to six on Tuesday as new cases surged beyond 300 and authorities fretted about the added risk from millions of Chinese traveling for the Lunar New Year holiday.
09:33 21.01.2020
3934. Hong Kong protesters decry police inaction six months after brutal mob attack
Several hundred Hong Kong protesters gathered on Tuesday at the site of an attack six months ago by an armed mob on anti-government demonstrators, denouncing the lack of progress by police in bringing those responsible to justice.
09:30 21.01.2020
3933. Mexico president says operations at southern border meant to protect migrants
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador told a news conference on Tuesday that operations to control the flow of migrants at the country"s southern border were meant to protect them.
09:26 21.01.2020
3932. U.S. calls Iran's $3 million reward to kill Trump 'ridiculous'
A U.S. envoy on Tuesday called an Iranian lawmaker"s offer of a $3 million reward to anyone who killed U.S. President Donald Trump "ridiculous" and said it pointed to the "terrorist underpinnings" of the Iranian government.
08:56 21.01.2020
3931. Iran MP offers reward for killing Trump, U.S. calls it 'ridiculous'
An Iranian lawmaker offered a $3 million reward to anyone who killed U.S. President Donald Trump and said Iran could avoid threats if it had nuclear arms, ISNA news agency reported on Tuesday amid Tehran"s latest standoff with Washington.
08:56 21.01.2020
3930. Polish art project marks sites of vanished Jewish cemeteries
An ethnologist and photographer are trying to recover a lost chapter of Poland"s past by marking the sites of now vanished Jewish cemeteries with transparent "headstones" and taking photographs of them.
08:53 21.01.2020
3929. Colombia seeking deals with protest leaders, but some demands 'unconstitutional'
Colombia"s government is willing to discuss the country"s problems with leaders of demonstrations against the social and economic policies of President Ivan Duque, but some protest demands are "unconstitutional", a presidency official said.
08:51 21.01.2020
3928. Iran seeks help reading downed plane's black boxes in new standoff
Iran said it had asked the U.S. and French authorities for equipment to download information from black boxes on a downed Ukrainian airliner, potentially angering countries which want the recorders analyzed abroad.
08:48 21.01.2020
3927. India to auction rare art belonging to diamond magnate arrested in UK
The seized assets of Indian diamond magnate Nirav Modi, arrested in Britain last year over fraud allegations, will be auctioned within the next two months, the Mumbai-based Saffronart auctioneers said on Tuesday.
08:32 21.01.2020
3926. China's Chongqing city confirms five cases of new coronavirus
China"s Chongqing city has confirmed five cases of infection from the new coronavirus, the city"s health authority said on Tuesday.
08:25 21.01.2020
3925. U.S. decries Iran threat to withdraw from global nuclear treaty
A U.S. envoy said on Tuesday that Iran"s threat to quit the global nuclear treaty if European countries refer Tehran to the U.N. Security Council after declaring it in violation of a 2015 pact would send a "very, very negative message".
08:13 21.01.2020
3924. Dutch prosecutors say father confined children and abused them in remote farmhouse
A father facing charges of sexual abuse in a Dutch court had held six of his nine children captive for nearly a decade at an isolated farmhouse, telling them "bad spirits" would enter their bodies if they talked to outsiders, prosecutors said on Tuesday.
08:10 21.01.2020
3923. Greta says planting not enough after Trump backs trillion tree plan
Greta Thunberg said planting trees was not enough to address climate change on Tuesday, in an apparent rebuke to a planting pledge in Davos by U.S. President Donald Trump.
08:08 21.01.2020
3922. Kiev wants to speak to Germany, France about shooting in east Ukraine
Ukraine wants to speak to Germany and France about an increase in shooting in the east of the country, Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko said on Monday.
08:00 21.01.2020
3921. Spain's foreign minister to meet Venezuela's Guaido
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido will visit Spain and meet the new foreign minister Arancha Gonzalez Laya, Spain"s government spokeswoman Maria Jesus Montero said on Tuesday, without providing further details of the visit.
07:59 21.01.2020
3920. Highlights: Hong Kong paralyzed for fifth day, students guard campuses
Anti-government protesters paralyzed parts of Hong Kong for a fifth day on Friday, forcing schools to close and blocking some main roads, as university students barricaded campuses and authorities struggled to calm the violence.
01:34 15.11.2019
3919. China strongly condemns attack on Hong Kong government official in London
China"s embassy in the United Kingdom strongly condemned and expressed strong indignation on Friday at the attack on a Hong Kong government official in London.
01:34 15.11.2019
3918. Hong Kong and China condemn attack on justice secretary as protests paralyze city
The Chinese and Hong Kong governments condemned on Friday an attack by a "violent mob" on the city"s justice secretary in London, the first direct altercation between demonstrators and a government minister during months of often violent protests.
01:34 15.11.2019
3917. Hong Kong to unveil depth of recession amid protests, trade war
Hong Kong is expected to confirm on Friday it plunged into recession for the first time in a decade, amid concerns the economy could be in even worse shape than feared as months of anti-government protests take a heavy toll.
01:34 15.11.2019
3916. Pentagon's Esper says crucial South Korea pay more for U.S. troops
U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper pressed South Korea on Friday to pay more for the cost of stationing U.S. troops in the country and to maintain an intelligence-sharing pact with its other Asian ally Japan that Seoul is about to let lapse.
01:33 15.11.2019
3915. South Korea, U.S. defense chiefs reaffirm commitment to defend against North Korea
The defense chiefs of South Korea and the United States reaffirmed on Friday U.S. commitment for the defense of South Korea against North Korea and efforts to denuclearize the North, the South"s Defense Minister Jeong Kyeong-doo said.
01:07 15.11.2019
3914. Japan monarch spends symbolic night with goddess to end throne rituals
In the chill pre-dawn hours of Friday, Japan"s Emperor Naruhito emerged from a shrine compound where he had spent a symbolic night with the sun goddess from whom conservatives believe his family descends, completing the rituals of his accession.
00:44 15.11.2019
3913. Australia braces for heavy winds, lightning amid bushfire threat
Australia braced on Friday for strong winds that could whip up bushfires in two states over the weekend and add to a toll of more than 270 homes destroyed and 2.5 million acres (1 million hectares) of land ravaged during the past week.
00:10 15.11.2019
3912. Cambodian judge ends investigation of opposition leader
A Cambodian judge has closed the investigation into treason charges against opposition leader Kem Sokha and that means he could now be brought to trial or the charges dropped, his daughter said on Friday.
22:54 14.11.2019
3911. Japan wants 'sensible response' from South Korea over intelligence pact
A senior Japanese diplomat on Friday asked his South Korean counterpart for a "sensible response" regarding Seoul"s decision not to renew an intelligence sharing pact, known as GSOMIA, with the agreement expiring in a week.
22:43 14.11.2019
3910. North Korea calls U.S. candidate Biden a 'rabid dog' nearing death
North Korea"s state media on Friday stepped up a personal attack on former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden for slandering its leader, calling the Democratic presidential candidate "a rabid dog" that needed to be put down.
22:22 14.11.2019
3909. North Korea says it will remove Mt Kumgang resort facilities if South insists on talks
North Korea said on Friday it had sent South Korea an "ultimatum" about its Mt Kumgang tourist resort, saying it will unilaterally remove South Korea"s facilities there if Seoul insists on talks about the issue.
21:32 14.11.2019
3908. Bolivia's dueling parties strike deal to end political chaos
Bolivia"s interim government and lawmakers from the party of unseated leader Evo Morales struck a deal late on Thursday to pursue new elections, potentially helping resolve the South American country"s political crisis.
21:28 14.11.2019
3907. Anti-Islamic State coalition at odds on jihadi detainees
The United States on Thursday pressured members of a global coalition fighting Islamic State to allow foreign fighters to be repatriated but despite consensus on the gravity of the problem, disagreements on whether and how to send people back persisted.
20:35 14.11.2019
3906. Lebanon's Safadi emerges as PM choice for three parties
Three major Lebanese parties agreed to nominate Mohammad Safadi, a former finance minister, to become prime minister, three sources familiar with the situation said, suggesting progress toward a new government at a time of acute economic crisis.
20:28 14.11.2019
3905. Chile's finance minister expects job losses, fuel hike in wake of protests
Chile"s finance minister predicted on Thursday that as many as 300,000 jobs could be lost because of the impact of four weeks of rioting on one of Latin America"s strongest economies.
20:19 14.11.2019
3904. Israel says holding fire in Gaza as long as militants do
Israel will follow suit if Palestinian fighters in the Gaza Strip stop cross-border attacks, an Israeli official said on Thursday, denying that Israel had changed open-fire policy as demanded by the Islamic Jihad militant group for a truce.
19:55 14.11.2019
3903. Tenuous truce in Gaza as Islamic Jihad, Israel differ on terms
Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad and Israel declared a halt to hostilities across the Gaza Strip border on Thursday but a lasting ceasefire appeared tenuous as they differed on terms.
19:55 14.11.2019
3902. Bolivia's Senate votes to appoint new chamber head, deputies
Bolivian lawmakers in the country"s Senate voted on Thursday night in favor of a new chamber President and two vice president, after a spate of resignations amid major political upheaval in the South American nation.
19:50 14.11.2019
3901. Georgia's parliament fails to pass electoral changes, triggering protest
Georgian lawmakers failed on Thursday to pass constitutional amendments aimed at holding elections in 2020 under a proportional voting system, triggering protests outside parliament by thousands of opposition and civil activists.
19:28 14.11.2019

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