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UK condemns U.S. application of Cuba sanctions to foreign companies
Britain said it was concerned by new attempts by the United States to require foreign companies to abide by U.S. sanctions on Cuba that have been rejected by Britain and other European countries.

Protesters converge on Sudan defense ministry sit-in to demand civilian rule
Tens of thousands of people headed to a sit-in outside Sudan's defense ministry on Thursday to demand that a transitional military council hand power to civilians, a Reuters witness said.

Time-lapse shots of Notre-Dame spire may yield clues on blaze
A time lapse camera installed just hours before Monday's devastating blaze at Notre-Dame de Paris may contain vital clues as to what caused the inferno, a French scaffolding company working at the cathedral said on Thursday.

In aftermath of Notre-Dame blaze, Macron says Pope will visit France
French President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday that Pope Francis would at an undetermined time visit France, a country plunged into sorrow this week by a catastrophic fire at the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral.

LVMH's billionaire boss Arnault defends Notre-Dame donations
France's richest man Bernard Arnault hit out on Thursday at critics of his rush to donate tens of millions of euros to the restoration of Notre-Dame cathedral, saying he would not benefit from tax breaks and branding the sniping as petty.

Tripoli interior ministry accuses France of supporting Haftar, ends cooperation
Libya's internationally recognized interior ministry accused France on Thursday of supporting eastern commander Khalifa Haftar and said it would halt cooperation with Paris.

Bosnian Serbs vote to form reserve police seen as threat by Muslims
Bosnian Serb lawmakers voted on Thursday to introduce reserve police forces, a move seen as a security threat by Muslim Bosniaks living in Bosnia's autonomous Serb Republic.

North Korean leader Kim to meet Russia's Putin this month: Kremlin
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will travel to Russia this month for talks with President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin said on Thursday, announcing the first Russia-North Korea summit since Kim came to power in 2011.

Sporadic violence as millions vote in second phase of India's mammoth election
Millions of voters across swathes of southern India cast ballots on Thursday in the second phase of a mammoth, staggered general election, as sporadic violence flared in the east and the insurgency-wracked state of Jammu and Kashmir.

Polish MP calls for new push for WW2 reparations from Germany
Poland should follow Greece in stepping up pressure on Germany to pay billions of euros in damages for Nazi occupation during World War Two, a lawmaker in charge of Warsaw's reparations campaign said on Thursday.

 

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