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UPDATE 1-Senior Houthi official killed in coalition air raid last week -Houthi report
RIYADH, April 23 (Reuters) - The administrative chief of Houthi-controlled northern Yemen was killed in a Saudi-led coalition air raid last week, Houthi-run television reported on Monday.
UK government's plans on EU rights defeated in upper house of parliament
LONDON, April 23 (Reuters) - Britain's upper house of parliament inflicted another defeat on Theresa May's government on Monday, voting against her plans not to retain EU rights in national law before Britain leaves the bloc.
Russia says NATO membership of Balkan countries threatens security
SARAJEVO, April 23 (Reuters) - NATO enlargement to take in members from the Balkan countries is undermining security and stability in the region, a senior Russian parliamentarian said on Monday.
It's a boy: Kate to leave hospital after giving birth to a prince
LONDON (Reuters) - Kate, wife of Britain's Prince William, will leave hospital in London on Monday after giving birth to a healthy baby boy.
RPT-EU to check on money laundering moves in Malta, journalist's murder
BRUSSELS, April 23 (Reuters) - The European Union's justice commissioner said on Monday she will visit Malta in the coming weeks to look at its anti-money laundering moves and check on how an investigation is going into the murder of an investigative journalist.
UK court orders extradition of Agrokor founder over alleged fraud
LONDON (Reuters) - A British judge has ordered that Ivica Todoric, founder of beleaguered food production and retail conglomerate Agrokor, be extradited to Croatia to face allegations of fraud totaling tens of millions of euros.
Volvo Trucks plans to share electric truck battery tech across brands
TOKYO (Reuters) - Volvo Trucks plans to share battery technology across its brands to tame development and production costs for the crucial but expensive component, as the world's second-largest truck maker ramps up electric offerings, the company told Reuters on Monday.
ECB's government debt pile shrinks for first time as debt matures
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The European Central Bank's 2 trillion-euro pile of government debt, the centerpiece of its stimulus policy, shrank for the first time last week as the ECB failed to roll over the bonds that matured, data showed on Monday.
Kate, wife of UK Prince William, to leave hospital on Monday after giving birth to a boy
LONDON, April 23 (Reuters) - Kate, wife of Britain's Prince William, will leave hospital on Monday evening after giving birth to a boy, Kensington Palace said.
UPDATE 2-At least 9 dead in Nicaragua protests, U.S. curbs embassy services
MANAGUA/WASHINGTON, April 23 (Reuters) - A student was shot dead in Nicaragua late on Sunday, the Red Cross said, bringing the total death toll to nine in the latest unrest, as the United States ordered its embassy staff out of the country and curbed consular services.
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