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Reuters : world
03  juillet     07h48
Blasts kill 3 in Russian border city, Ukraine hits base in the south
   KYIV KONSTYANTYNIVKA Ukraine Reuters At least three people were killed and dozens of homes damaged by blasts in the Russian city of Belgorod near the Ukraine border the regional governor said on Sunday while Ukrainian forces struck a Russian military base in occupied southern Ukraine Belgorod
    07h33
Israel says it will test bullet that killed reporter, Palestinians disagree
   JERUSALEM RAMALLAH West Bank Reuters Israel said on Sunday it would test a bullet that killed a Palestinian American journalist to determine whether one of its soldiers shot her and said a U S observer would be present for the procedure that could deliver results within hours The Palestinians
    08h49
Chance of finding missing crew off Hong Kong ’very slim’ after storm - authorities
   HONG KONG Reuters The chance of finding crew members alive from a vessel that snapped in two as tropical storm Chaba passed through Hong Kong and southern China is very slim government rescue authorities said on Sunday as the search for those missing continued On Saturday authorities
    02h51
Tunisian constitution panel head blasts president’s draft
   Corrects paragraph to refer to a chapter not the first chapter TUNIS Reuters The head of Tunisia s constitution committee blasted a proposed constitution published by President Kais Saied local media reported on Sunday reinforcing opposition fears that Saied was seeking to impose a
    08h17
Russian ice hockey player detained over military service charge, RIA reports
   Reuters A Russian ice hockey player under contract with a U S based National Hockey League NHL team has been detained in Russia over charges he evaded military service and has since been taken to a military hospital after falling ill his lawyer told a Russian state news agency Ivan Fedotov
    01h46
North Korea says U.S.-South Korea-Japan agreement materialises U.S. plan for ’Asian NATO’
   SEOUL Reuters North Korea criticised the United States South Korea and Japan s recent agreement on strengthening military cooperation to be a means to materialise a U S plan for a military alliance like NATO in the region North Korea s foreign ministry spokesperson said as much to a question
    11h04
Germany’s Scholz sees no COVID-related school closures, lockdowns
   BERLIN Reuters Germany will not shut schools and non essential businesses again if the COVID infection rate rises again later this year but protective masks would play a bigger role Chancellor Olaf Scholz told broadcaster ARD on Sunday The infection rate in Germany has been on the rise for
    10h23
Bus crash kills 20 in southwest Pakistan - official
   QUETTA Pakistan Reuters A passenger bus plunged into a ravine in southwestern Pakistan on Sunday killing people a government official said The road crash also injured another people aboard the bus that was travelling from garrison city of Rawalpindi to Quetta the capital of
    11h05
Czech PM: Our fighter jets will guard Slovakia’s air space from Sept
   PRAGUE Reuters Czech fighter jets will guard neighbouring Slovakia s air space as of September Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala said on Sunday Slovakia asked its NATO allies to patrol its skies as it decided to ground its Russian made MiG fighter jets which could be sent to neighbouring
    10h40
Scottish voters remain split over independence after fresh referendum bid
   LONDON Reuters Voters in Scotland remain evenly split over whether or not they support independence from the rest of Britain a poll published by the Sunday Times showed days after the Scottish government set out plans for a referendum on the subject next year Last week Scotland s first
    10h54
Moscow blames Ukrainian missile attack for deaths in south Russian city
   Reuters At least three people were killed and dozens of residential buildings damaged in the Russian city of Belgorod near the Ukraine border the regional governor said in what Moscow said was a Ukrainian missile attack At least apartment buildings and private houses were damaged
    10h37
Russia says it holds all of Ukraine’s Luhansk with capture of last city
   Reuters Russia s Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu told President Vladimir Putin on Sunday that Moscow and its allies now controlled all of Ukraine s Luhansk region after capturing the last major city Lysychansk There was no immediate response from Ukraine on the Russian claim which if confirmed
    10h27
Australia’s PM visits Ukraine’s Kyiv region - governor
   KYIV Reuters Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese visited three war ravaged towns in Ukraine s Kyiv region the local governor said on Sunday Governor Oleksiy Kuleba wrote on Telegram that Albanese visited the towns of Bucha Irpin and Hostomel where Ukraine says Russia committed
    10h16
Germany discussing Ukraine security guarantees with allies - Scholz
   BERLIN Reuters Germany is discussing security guarantees for Ukraine with its allies in preparation for a time after the war in Ukraine German Chancellor Scholz told broadcaster ARD on Sunday We are discussing with close friends the question of the security guarantees we can give This is an
    10h09
Egypt shuts down Red Sea beaches after tourist killed in shark attack - sources
   CAIRO Reuters Egypt s Red Sea Governorate issued an order to shut down several Red Sea beaches on Friday after a year old Austrian woman was killed in a shark attack earlier that day off the coast of Sahl Hasheesh according to two security sources The victim was transferred to a local
    10h07
Russian defence minister tells Putin Ukraine’s Luhansk region has been ’liberated’
   Reuters Russia s Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu informed President Vladimir Putin that all of Ukraine s Luhansk region had been liberated by Russian and separatist forces the defence ministry said on Sunday After being beaten back in its initial attempt to capture the capital Kyiv Russia
    09h55
KDDI aims to restore service Sunday after 40 million users affected
   TOKYO Reuters Japanese mobile carrier KDDI Corp said it aimed to restore services Sunday evening after nationwide network troubles affected up to nearly million users making calls and getting online difficult for more than a day The disruption which started about a m on Saturday
    09h46
Ukraine hits Russian military base in occupied Melitopol - exiled mayor
   KYIV Reuters Ukrainian forces hit a Russian military logistics base with over strikes in the Russian occupied southern city of Melitopol on Sunday the city s exiled mayor said A Russian installed official confirmed that strikes had hit the city At o clock GMT and o clock
    09h44
Russian scientist dies two days after arrest for state treason - lawyer
   LONDON Reuters A Russian scientist who was arrested in Siberia last week on suspicion of state treason and flown to Moscow despite suffering from advanced pancreatic cancer has died his lawyer told Reuters on Sunday The scientist Dmitry Kolker had been taken to Moscow s Lefortovo prison
    08h05
Ukraine and Russia: What you need to know right now
   Reuters At least three people were killed and dozens of homes damaged by blasts in the Russian city of Belgorod near the Ukraine border the regional governor said while Ukrainian forces hit a Russian military base in occupied southern Ukraine FIGHTING Ukrainian forces hit a Russian base with
    05h38
China lashed by year’s first typhoon, record rains forecast
   SHANGHAI Reuters China s first typhoon of the year brought gales and rain to its southern shores on Saturday as forecasters warned of record rainfall and high disaster risk in provinces including Guangdong the country s most populous Typhoon Chaba the Thai name for the hibiscus flower was
    02h33
NATO invites Finland, Sweden to join, says Russia is a ’direct threat’
   MADRID Reuters NATO invited Sweden and Finland on Wednesday to join the military alliance in one of the biggest shifts in European security in decades after Russia s invasion of Ukraine pushed Helsinki and Stockholm to drop their traditional of neutrality NATO s allies took the decision at
    01h47
Argentina economy minister, IMF deal architect, quits as government crisis builds
   BUENOS AIRES Reuters Argentina s economy minister Martin Guzman the architect of a recent major debt deal with the International Monetary Fund IMF resigned on Saturday as deep splits emerged in the ruling coalition over how to handle mounting economic crises Guzman a minister since late
02  juillet     22h40
Uzbekistan scraps plans to curb Karakalpak autonomy after protest
   ALMATY Reuters Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev on Saturday dropped plans to curtail the autonomy of the country s Karakalpakstan province following a rare public protest in the northwestern region his office said Friday s rally was called to protest constitutional reform plans that would
    22h33
Tennis-Tsitsipas slams ’bully’ Kyrgios, Australian hits back
   LONDON Reuters Greek fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas labelled Nick Kyrgios a bully with an evil side to his character after losing a bad tempered Wimbledon third round clash on Saturday Kyrgios came out on top after more than three incident packed hours but the feuding
    21h26
Fighting intensifies for Ukraine’s last bastion in eastern Luhansk province
   KYIV KONSTYANTYNIVKA Ukraine Reuters Fighting intensified on Saturday for Lysychansk Ukraine s last bastion in the strategic eastern province of Luhansk while blasts shook a southern city after the civilian toll from Russian strikes climbed in towns well behind the front lines Rodion
    21h12
Brazil’s Lula says he will not tolerate threats against institutions
   SAO PAULO Reuters Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva who is leading in the polls for Brazil s October presidential election said on Saturday he will not tolerate threats against institutions and that the armed forces need to commit to democracy It is necessary to overcome
    20h28
Iran ready to offer a political solution to ease Syria-Turkey tension- FM
   BEIRUT Reuters Iran is working towards a political solution to keep Turkey from invading northern Syria Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian said on Saturday during a visit to Damascus We announced our readiness to offer a political solution and our readiness to help in this regard he
    20h18
Palestinians hand bullet that killed journalist to U.S. for examination
   RAMALLAH West Bank Reuters The Palestinian Authority has handed the bullet that killed prominent Palestinian American Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh to U S authorities for forensic examination a Palestinian official said on Saturday Abu Akleh was killed on May while covering an
    19h52
Taliban’s large gathering ends with calls for international recognition
   KABUL Reuters A Taliban run gathering of thousands of male religious and ethnic leaders ended on Saturday by asking foreign governments to formally recognise their administration but made no signals of changes on international demands such as the opening of girls high schools The Afghan