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Russia backs China's 'double suspension' nuclear proposal on Korea
North Korea streetApril 29, 2017 ET
Russia backs China's proposal on the suspension of missile and nuclear tests by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) and of joint military drills by the United States and South Korea at the UN Security Council, the Russian Foreign Ministry said.
Data sharing agreement reached between Denmark, Europol
Carmelo AbelaApril 29, 2017 ET
Denmark and Europol signed an agreement on Saturday here that will allow the exchange of vital operational data with Europol.
Turkey blocks access to Wikipedia
Tayyip ErdoganApril 29, 2017 ET
Turkish authorities on Saturday blocked access to online encyclopaedia Wikipedia, an internet monitoring group said.
Hawaii teachers back $100 million contract package
Hawaii teachersApril 29, 2017 ET
Teachers in Hawaii have voted to support ratifying a new contract that will boost pay and aim to improve teaching practices.
Hungary: PM Orban to comply with EU laws
Viktor OrbanApril 29, 2017 ET
Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orban was summoned to the presidency of the European People’s Party (EPP) Saturday to explain the latest developments related to the Hungarian Higher Education Act and the national consultation Let’s stop Brussels.
Dangerous heat to hit India next week
India heatApril 29, 2017 ET
The beginning of May will bring another resurgence of dangerous heat across India as the nation continues to wait for the summer monsoon to bring lasting heat relief.
Brazilian cities largely shut down in austerity protests
Brazil protestsApril 28, 2017 ET
Several Brazilian cities largely shut down as the country takes part in its first general strike in more than two decades to oppose proposed austerity measures by President Michel Temer's government.
First North America’s longest submarine electricity cables arrived
Skagerrak NexansApril 28, 2017 ET
The first of North America’s two longest submarine electricity cables has arrived in Atlantic Canada onboard the cable-laying vessel the Skagerrak. The cables each measure 170 km and weigh 5,500 tonnes.
More cyber incidents in Belgium than ever before
Cyber incidents in BelgiumApril 28, 2017 ET
There have never been so many “cyber incidents” in Belgium. The Computer Emergency Response Team ( received 1,341 descriptions of hackings, website shut downs or Internet offences last year.
China urges EU to stop interfering in Hong Kong, Macao
Hong KongApril 28, 2017 ET
China urged the European Union to stop interfering in Hong Kong and Macao affairs and to contribute more to China-EU relations.
Sakurajima volcano in southwestern Japan erupts
Mt. SakurajimaApril 28, 2017 ET
Mt. Sakurajima, a volcano in Kagoshima Prefecture in southwestern Japan, erupted on Friday, the weather agency said.
Protesters in Tunisia’s oil-rich province demand jobs
TataouineApril 28, 2017 ET
Tunisia’s southeastern Tataouine province on Thursday was paralyzed by a general strike held to coincide with a visit to the region by Prime Minister Yusuf al-Shahid.
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