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20 марта, 12:08

Norway's justice minister quits to avert government collapse

OSLO (Reuters) - Norwegian Justice Minister Sylvi Listhaug quit on Tuesday to avert a collapse of the minority government after she caused uproar with comments accusing the opposition of being too lenient on terrorism suspects.

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20 марта, 11:56

China's premier hopes trade war can be averted, pledges more open economy

BEIJING (Reuters) - Voicing hopes that Beijing and the United States could avoid a trade war, Premier Li Keqiang told the close of the annual parliament session that China would open its economy further, so that foreign and Chinese firms can compete on an equal footing.

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20 марта, 11:53

South Korea to send K-pop singers to Pyongyang in late March

SEOUL (Reuters) - A group of South Korea's K-pop singers will visit Pyongyang from March 31, the South said on Tuesday, a reciprocal visit after North Korea sent performers to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

20 марта, 11:17

Exclusive: Faced with Delhi's pollution, India's federal agencies bought air purifiers

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - As pollution choked India's capital Delhi in recent years, a total of 140 air purifiers were purchased for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's offices and at least six other government agencies, according to previously unpublished government data.

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20 марта, 10:48

French ex-president Sarkozy in custody in campaign funding probe: source

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PARIS (Reuters) - Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy was being held in police custody on Tuesday for questioning by magistrates looking into allegations of Libyan funding for his 2007 election campaign, an official in the French judiciary said.

20 марта, 10:46

Norway's justice minister resigns to prevent minority government collapse

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OSLO (Reuters) - Norwegian Justice Minister Sylvi Listhaug, who was almost certain to lose a no-confidence due later on Tuesday, has resigned in a bid to prevent a collapse of the center-right minority government.

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20 марта, 10:36

Islamic State takes Damascus area after rebels pull out: monitor

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BEIRUT (Reuters) - Islamic State fighters holding a small district in Damascus have gained some ground after driving out Syrian army units that moved into a neighboring area that rebels abandoned last week, a war monitor said.

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20 марта, 10:31

Maldives to lift state of emergency, charge ex-president, chief justice with bribery

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COLOMBO (Reuters) - Maldives President Abdulla Yameen will lift a 45-day state of emergency on Thursday and the government will bring bribery charges against former leader Maumoon Abdul Gayoom and the chief justice, said a senior Maldives diplomat.

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20 марта, 09:53

Japanese court throws out Syrians' bid to overturn refugee ruling

TOKYO (Reuters) - Two Syrian asylum seekers on Tuesday lost a bid to overturn a government decision to deny them refugee status, in the first such lawsuit in Japan since civil war erupted in the Middle Eastern state in 2011.

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20 марта, 09:50

Norway's minority government hangs in the balance as no-confidence vote looms

OSLO (Reuters) - Norway's parliament will vote on Tuesday on a no-confidence motion against Justice Minister Sylvi Listhaug that could bring down the center-right government, which rules in a minority.

20 марта, 09:29

Saudi Prince Alwaleed reached secret agreement with government: BBG TV

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DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, the chairman of Kingdom Holding who spent nearly three months in detention in the kingdom's anti-corruption campaign, told Bloomberg TV he had reached an agreement with the government for his release.

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20 марта, 09:14

China's premier pledges further market opening as talk of trade war mounts

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BEIJING (Reuters) - China will open up its economy further, and its door to the outside will only get wider, with foreign and domestic firms allowed to compete on an equal footing, Premier Li Keqiang said at the close the country's annual parliament session on Tuesday.