Russia says Northern Cyprus's plans to open Varosha beach unacceptable
FILE PHOTO: Abandoned buildings in Varosha, an area fenced off by the Turkish military since the 1974 division of Cyprus, are seen from a beach in Famagusta, Cyprus, August 5, 2019. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
Belarusian opposition politician Tsikhanouskaya wanted by Russia: interior ministry database
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Russian goes on trial for suspected state-backed murder in Berlin
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Brussels bars and cafes to close as COVID-19 cases resurge
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Hundreds held in Indonesia as tempers flare on second day of protests
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian police detained nearly 400 protesters on Wednesday, some armed with molotov cocktails and sharp weapons, on a second day of...
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