PM Mario Draghi wanted to propose at May 24 summit that EU make a deal with Libya to offer financial aid in exchange for hosting refugees, local media had reported.
More than 150 bodies reportedly found near the banks of Ganga river in northern Bihar state, with officials saying they were bloated and decomposed, as if they had been in the river for at least five to seven days.
In a special report, Reuters unpacks and delivers the most detailed account to date of what went wrong with the dosing in the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine trial.
The minister also referred to the US saying he was confident that Democrat Joe Biden's incoming administration would pursue policies that help regional stability and that any discussions with it would lead to strong cooperation.
New report published by Reuters Institute says the global pandemic will have a "dramatic and unequal impact on independent news media, with few winners, and many losers."
Covid-19 has now killed over 439,000 people worldwide since the outbreak started in China last year, according to tracking websites. Here are the developments for June 16:
President Trump's vision of shrinking the American military footprint in Germany is proving disruptive for the existing power equation in the European Union — and Poland is on his side.
The talks, known as the intra-Afghan dialogue, will be the first high-level meeting between Afghanistan government and Taliban after years of fighting.
Dehorning is controversial, especially as it makes male rhinos vulnerable in fights. But they are not essential for survival, and, like fingernails, they grow back.
The pro-Beijing block says the law is necessary for Hong Kong to show appropriate respect for the anthem. Those found guilty of intentionally abusing the “march of the volunteers” would face up to three years in prison and fines of up to $6,450.
Tens of thousands people gathered in central London to protest the death of George Floyd by chanting "no justice, no peace, no racist police" and "black lives matter."
The overall cuts would affect just under 10 percent of Renault's 180,000 global workforce. The firm has around 48,500 staff in France.
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