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Addis Ababa, Feb 1 : African leaders this week came close to demanding that President Donald Trump publicly  apologize for his vulgar remark about the continent "that defies all forms of diplomatic etiquette," according to a draft declaration obtained by The Associated Press...... read more

Seoul, Feb 1 : North Korean skiers and skaters were due to arrive in the South today to take part in the Pyeongchang Winter Games, setting the stage for a "peace Olympics" after a year of high tensions over Pyongyang's nuclear programme...... read more

Washington, Feb 1:  A test of a US missile interceptor failed in Hawaii yesterday, a defence official said, marking the second such unsuccessful attempt in less than a year.
The test using the Aegis Ashore system occurred at the Pacific Missile Range Facility on the island of Kauai, Missile Defence Agency spokesma... read more

Yangon, Feb 1 :  A petrol bomb was thrown at the lakeside Yangon compound of Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu Kyi today while she was away from her home, a government spokesman said.
"It was a petrol bomb," spokesman Zaw Htay confirmed to AFP, without giving further details on a possible motive for a small but rare a... read more

Legazpi (Philippines), Feb 1 :  Lava flowing out a Philippine volcano has spread up to 3.6 kilometres since it began intense eruptions more than two weeks ago.
Streaks of red glowed atop the summit of Mount Mayon during a mild eruption Thursday morning as the moon set, hours after a blue moon and supermoon coincided with a luna... read more

Kathmandu, Feb 2 :  External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today discussed ways to advance India's multi- dimensional and historic ties with Nepal and assured New Delhi's support for its political stability and development as she held wide-ranging talks with the country's top leadership...... read more

Beijing, Feb 2: A minivan today crashed into pedestrians after veering onto a crowded sidewalk in China's  financial hub Shanghai, injuring 18 people, three of them seriously, according to media reports.
Police, however, believe the crash was not intentional and it was an accident and not an attack, state-run Xinhua news ag... read more

Guatemala City, Feb 2: The corpses of two Guatemalan journalists were found among cane fields with bullet wounds to the head and their hands and feet bound, authorities said.
The slain reporters, identified as Laurent Castillo and Alfredo de Leon, had recently disappeared and were discovered by farm workers near the municipality San... read more

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