Sierra Leone doctors strike over conditions, nurses may follow

FREETOWN (Reuters) - Doctors in Sierra Leone's public hospitals were on strike on Wednesday to protest against low wages and poor working conditions, and nurses said they could follow suit....

Germany’s Schaeuble gives valuable backing to old Merkel rival to head party

BERLIN (Reuters) - Veteran German conservative Wolfgang Schaeuble, a highly-respected estimate his party, has publicly backed Friedrich Merz, an early rival of Angela Merkel, to be successful her as head...

Pakistan PM meets U.S. peace envoy, pledges assistance on Afghan war

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistani Pm Imran Khan met using a U.S. peace envoy on Wednesday and pledged his be an aid to discover a political settlement into the long-running war...

Istanbul prosecutor seeks arrest of Saudi officials over Khashoggi killing

ANKARA (Reuters) - Istanbul's chief prosecutor has filed warrants with the arrest of an top aide to Saudi Arabia's de facto ruler along with the deputy head of that foreign...

Swiss cabinet reshuffle could complicate talks over EU ties

ZURICH (Reuters) - Switzerland's parliament elected into the cabinet on Wednesday two members whose apparent position with a draft pact while using the Western european could complicate stalled talks while...

Lebanon’ Berri says Israel gave no proof of border tunnels

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanon's Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri said Israel had provided no evidence to back up its assertion that tunnels ended up being dug across their shared border. Israel...

Islamic State executing people Syria’s Deir al-Zor: U.N.

GENEVA (Reuters) - The N't has reports of Islamic State (ISIL) executing people thought to be cooperating with rebel fighters in Deir al-Zor governorate in eastern Syria, the U.N. human...

Plan to combat fake news proposed as EU elections approach

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The ecu Union's executive proposed on Wednesday spending extra income to counter fake news online, establishing a first warning system to alert governments and pushing tech companies...

U.N. seeking admission to China’s re-education camps in Xinjiang: Bachelet

GENEVA (Reuters) - The very best N't human rights official Michelle Bachelet said on Wednesday that her office is seeking entry to China's Xinjiang region to be sure of "worrying...