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Myanmar's Suu Kyi 'looks healthy', lawyer says, as U.S. orders non-essential staff to leave
Myanmar's deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi appeared in good health in a video meeting on Wednesday, one of her lawyers said, as the United States ordered its non-essential embassy staff to leave after weeks of violence over a Feb. 1 coup.
Analysis: Quiet Singapore turns up volume on Myanmar as regional fears grow
Rarely does Singapore use strident language or take on a visibly active role in foreign policy as it has over the increasing bloodshed in Myanmar.
Biden tells migrants to stay put. Central Americans hear a different message
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Italy arrests navy captain as suspected spy for passing documents to Russian
ROME (Reuters) -Italian police said on Wednesday they had arrested an Italian navy captain and a Russian diplomat on suspicion of spying after the two were caught swapping documents for money at a clandestine meeting.
Investigation begins into how ship got stuck on Suez Canal
Formal investigations into how the giant container ship Ever Given ran aground in the Suez Canal, shutting down shipping in the major global waterway for almost a week, begin on Wednesday, a canal official told Reuters.
More to be done, but Britain a model for racial equality: report
Britain is a country that should be seen as a "model for other white-majority countries", a review into inequality will say on Wednesday, but it is not a post-racial society and "overt and outright racism persists", particularly online.
EU Commission sues Poland for undermining independence of judges
The European Commission on Wednesday took the Polish government to the EU's top court for undermining the independence of judges and preventing them from applying EU law in Poland and asked the EU court to order interim measures until it produces a ruling.
Putin accuses Ukraine of provoking clashes with pro-Russian separatists amid tensions
President Vladimir Putin accused Ukraine of provoking armed confrontation with pro-Russian separatists and failing to honour earlier agreements over its wartorn east, the Kremlin said in a readout of a telephone call with France and Germany's leaders.
Macron, Merkel discussed potential Sputnik V vaccine cooperation with Putin
French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed possible cooperation on vaccines with Russian President Vladimir Putin in a joint video conference on Tuesday, Macron's office and the Kremlin said.
Kremlin says fears Ukrainian side could restart civil war in eastern Ukraine
The Kremlin said on Wednesday it was worried by the situation in eastern Ukraine, fearing the Ukrainian side could do something that would restart a civil war there.
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