Turkey’s NATO deal may bring nationalist votes back to Erdogan

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Turkey blocked Finland and Sweden’s NATO bids until Ankara ‘got what it wanted’ – will that bring wavering voters back? Istanbul, Turkey – After weeks of...

Russia withdraws from Ukraine’s Snake Island in Black Sea

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Strategic island had been under Russian control since the opening stages of the war. Russia’s defence ministry says its forces have withdrawn from Ukraine’s Snake...

Oil seen rising past US$200 a barrel on Russian crude price cap

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Oil prices are likely to rise past US$200 per barrel if the Group of Seven (G7) manages to cap the price of Russian crude...

Many dead, dozens missing as huge landslide hits India’s Manipur

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At least seven killed and another 55 feared dead after a massive landslide hits a railway construction site in northeast India. At least seven people...

Amarnath Yatra pilgrimage begins amid heavy security in Kashmir

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The government estimates a record one million Hindus from across India will take part in the 43-day pilgrimage in the restive region. After a gap...

Philippines begins new era of Marcos rule, decades after overthrow

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MANILA, June 30 (Reuters) - The son and namesake of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos was sworn in as president of the Philippines on Thursday,...

Colombia Truth Commission presents final report on civil conflict

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Commission presents final report on civil conflict, calls for sweeping changes to country’s drug policy. Bogota, Colombia – Colombia’s Truth Commission has presented its final report...

US opens criminal probe after 51 people die in Texas truck

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Joe Biden condemns ‘horrifying and heartbreaking’ deaths as driver of truck and two Mexican men tied to the smuggling incident are taken into custody. Authorities...

With son’s appointment, Mukesh Ambani sets transition stage

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For years, Mukesh Ambani has studied the ways in which billionaire families passed on what they had built to the next generation. Indian billionaire Mukesh...

In search of Kashmir’s nomadic delicacies

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Year to year, people eagerly await the arrival of the Gujjars, and the delicious foods they make, in the Aru valley. Braaden Hamlet, Indian-administered Kashmir –...