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Current feed - Reuters: World News

Nigeria's Buhari promises security for delayed presidential election
President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday urged Nigerians "to go out and vote", promising there would be adequate security for Saturday's postponed election that pits him in a tight race with businessman Atiku Abubakar.

Nigeria's Buhari casts ballot as polls open in delayed election
Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari cast his ballot in the presidential election on Saturday as polls opened after a week-long delay, television images on Channels TV showed.

United States charges man accused in leak of Singapore HIV data
Authorities in the United States have charged a man accused of leaking information on thousands of HIV victims in Singapore with possession and unlawful transfer of stolen documents.

Vietnam announces visit by North Korean leader Kim, ahead of summit with Trump
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will make an official visit to Vietnam in "coming days", its foreign ministry said on Saturday, as the Southeast Asian country prepares for his summit with U.S. President Donald Trump next week in the capital, Hanoi.

Fake news: Kim and Trump lookalikes draw crowds in Hanoi
Cars stopped and tourists gawked on Friday at what appeared to be North Korean leader Kim Jong Un wandering the streets of Hanoi.

Colombia demolishes drug kingpin Pablo Escobar's former home
Colombia destroyed an infamous apartment building which was once home to drug trafficker Pablo Escobar in a controlled implosion on Friday, after the site became a tourist destination.

Suspected Islamists attack Nigerian town hours before poll, residents say
Suspected Islamist militants on Saturday attacked a northeastern Nigerian town, forcing people to flee hours before presidential election polls were due to open, residents said.

Australia confirms Wikileaks' Assange has valid passport
Australia has confirmed that Julian Assange has a valid passport, a key development for the Wikileaks founder, who fears that Ecuador seeks to end his asylum in its London embassy and extradite him to the United States.

As tensions over aid rise, Venezuelan troops fire on villagers, kill two
Venezuelan soldiers opened fire on indigenous people near the border with Brazil on Friday, killing two, as President Nicolas Maduro sought to block U.S.-backed efforts to bring aid into his economically devastated nation.

U.S. threatens new sanctions on Venezuela if aid convoys blocked-official
The U.S. government could announce new sanctions to pressure Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro as early as next week unless his military defies orders to block convoys of humanitarian aid planned for this weekend, a senior administration official said on Friday.

 

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