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Virus Advances Through East Caribbean
A painful mosquito-borne virus common in Africa and Asia has advanced quickly throughout the eastern Caribbean in the past two months, raising the prospect that a once-distant illness will become entrenched throughout the region, public health experts say.

Heavy security in Guyana after unusual US warning
International flights departed from Guyana under heavier than normal security on Monday following an unusual threat warning from the U.S. Police and soldiers joined regular airport security at the main international airport in the South American country to conduct security screenings of all travelers, said Transport Minister Robeson Benn.

China in sex trade crackdown in Dongguan

Taiwan to raise press freedom in landmark China talks
Taiwan said on Monday it would raise the issue of press freedom with China at their first government-to-government talks since 1949, after media outlets were refused accreditation for this week's meeting.

Danish youth once again descend on Prague
The city of Prague is being besieged once again by hordes of drunk Danish teenagers. Last year’s winter holidays saw 30 Danish youngsters admitted to local hospitals for alcohol poisoning and stabbings and other violent injuries. Six were arrested for attacks on other youngsters or the Czech police.

France to invest 1 billion euros to update cyber defences
France unveiled plans on Friday to bolster long-neglected defences against cyber attacks, with 1 billion euros ($1.36 billion) of investment foreseen to bring the country's technology up to speed with NATO partners.

Spain seeks arrest of former Chinese president over Tibet
A Spanish judge on Monday sought the arrest of China's former president and premier over accusations of genocide in Tibet in an 8-year-old case that has drawn a rebuke from China.

Boulder derails Alps train: footage from the scene
An enormous boulder rolled down a mountain and smashed into a tourist train in the French Alps on Saturday, derailing it on the mountainside and killing two passengers.

Bush fires destroy dozens of houses in Australia's south east
Firefighters in Australia battle "horrendous" wildfires including a blaze with a 24-mile front on the outskirts of Melbourne.

Mass taxi strike strands Paris commuters, tourists
Hundreds of taxis gathered at Paris airports before dawn on Monday as part of a nationwide protest against what cab drivers say is unfair competition posed by a recent surge in popularity of chauffeured cars offered by private companies, or VTCs.

River near Moscow turns black with pollution
Residents of a small town near Moscow are complaining about a local river that has turned black with pollution, prompting authorities on Monday to investigate the source of the contamination.

Swiss immigration cap narrowly approved
Swiss voters Sunday narrowly approved proposals to reimpose restrictions on the number of foreigners in the country.

Foreign aircraft flying into India to face safety checks

 

 


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