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Rohingyas must go home but to safety, Bangladesh says
GENEVA (Reuters) - Bangladesh called on Myanmar on Monday to allow nearly 1 million Rohingya Muslim refugees to return home under safe conditions, saying that the burden had become "untenable" on its territory.
Syria's Assad meets once dissident footballers in Damascus
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad met two former dissident footballers who returned to the national team for its World Cup qualifying campaign after years in exile, photographs posted by his office showed on Monday.
UPDATE 3-After question on foreign meddling in Brexit, UK says democracy secure
LONDON, Oct 23 (Reuters) - Britain's democracy is one of the most secure in the world and will remain so, a spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday in response to a question about a suggestion that there may have been foreign interference in the Brexit vote.
Turkey to investigate Galatasaray's 'Rocky' poster over coup links
ANKARA (Reuters) - The Turkish government has launched an investigation into a poster unfurled by fans of Istanbul's Galatasaray soccer team that pro-Turkish media said was clearly linked to organizers of the 2016 attempted coup.
UPDATE 1-Egyptian air force says strikes arms convoy at Libya border
CAIRO, Oct 23 (Reuters) - The Egyptian military said on Monday its air force hit eight four-wheel-drive vehicles carrying arms and explosives at Egypt's western border with Libya, killing the militants on board.
UPDATE 1-FTSE steadies but profit warnings sink Pendragon, Dialight
LONDON, Oct 23 (Reuters) - Declines among British banks and Mediclinic shares kept gains in check on the UK's main share index on Monday, though engineering group GKN was a bright spot.
Macron's dog Nemo caught peeing on presidential fireplace
PARIS (Reuters) - Even presidential pets show the occasional disdain for pomp and protocol.
Fiat emissions probe centers on several models: letter
PARIS (Reuters) - A French judicial inquiry into Fiat Chrysler (FCA)
over suspected emissions-test cheating centers on whether the carmaker misled buyers of Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Jeep and Lancia cars about emissions levels, according to a letter seen by Reuters.
Two dead, two wounded in shooting incident on Myanmar-Bangladesh border
YANGON, Oct 23 (Reuters) - Two hunters from a remote village in the north of Myanmar's troubled Rakhine state were killed and two others were injured by unidentified gunmen after crossing the border into Bangladesh, Myanmar's government said on Monday.
Amazon receives 238 proposals for its second headquarters
(Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc has received 238 proposals from cities and regions across North America vying to host the company's second headquarters, it said on Monday.
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