Wednesday, 26 November 2014
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Libya's recognized government says sending its own OPEC delegation

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BENGHAZI, Libya (Reuters) - Libya's internationally-recognized government based in the east will send its own delegation to a meeting of OPEC oil producers in Vienna, a spokesman said on Wednesday. "A delegation of three persons has been formed to represent Libya at the OPEC meeting," government spokesman Mohammed Bazaza said. Earlier the oil minister of a rival government controlling Tripoli told Reuters he was planning to go with a delegation to the meeting. Both sides compete for legitimacy. (Writing by Ulf Laessing; Editing by Louise Heavens)

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Dangerous transit for women

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A Thomson Reuters Foundation survey finds transport in Latin American cities to be the most dangerous, while a U.S. city ranks as the safest.

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Five killed in clashes between Houthis, Sunnis in Yemen capital

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SANAA (Reuters) - Five people were killed in clashes between Shi'ite Houthi fighters and Sunni tribal opponents in Sanaa early on Wednesday, medical sources said, in some of the worst violence in Yemen's capital since it was seized by the Houthi movement in September. Residents of al Hasba area of the capital said clashes erupted between Houthi fighters and members of the Sunni al-Ahmar clan early in the morning and continued for two hours. Houthi sources told Reuters that some Ahmar followers had refused to stop at a checkpoint, igniting the clashes. ...

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Hong Kong student leaders arrested as police clear protest site

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By Farah Master and James Pomfret HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong police cleared activists from one of the largest protest sites in the city on Wednesday and arrested Joshua Wong and Lester Shum, two of the student leaders at the heart of the pro-democracy movement that has shaken the Asian financial hub. Scuffles broke out when riot police moved against hundreds of protesters on Nathan Road, in the gritty Mong Kok district, following clashes overnight, Reuters witnesses said. ...

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Hong Kong police clear Mong Kok protest site: Reuters witness

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HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong police dismantled barricades, pulled down tents and cleared protesters from a demonstration site in the crowded Mong Kok district on Wednesday, Reuters witnesses said. Traffic along Nathan Road, which had been blocked at the Mong Kok site since late September, began flowing again. The clearance operation took slightly more than three hours. (Reporting by James Pomfret and Farah Master; Writing by John Ruwitch; Editing by Alex Richardson)

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Hong Kong police clear Mong Kok protest site: Reuters witness

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HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong police dismantled barricades, pulled down tents and cleared protesters from a demonstration site in the crowded Mong Kok district on Wednesday, Reuters witnesses said.

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Microsoft China Reportedly To Pay $140 Million Tax Fine

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Microsoft Corp. appears to be the foreign company which Chinese state media said will pay almost $140 million in back taxes, the largest such payment ever, according to a Reuters report late Tuesday.

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Hong Kong police start clearing activists from protest site

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By Farah Master HONG KONG (Reuters) - Riot police began clearing a major pro-democracy protest site in Hong Kong on Wednesday, following street clashes overnight, and scuffles broke out as some protesters tried to resist attempts to force them off the streets, Reuters witnesses said. Hundreds of protesters remained on Nathan Road, at the heart of the protest site in the gritty Mong Kok district, brandishing yellow banners and chanting for "full democracy" in the former British colony, but were pushed back by the large number of police. ...

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Hong Kong police start clearing activists from protest site

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HONG KONG (Reuters) - Riot police began clearing a major pro-democracy protest site in Hong Kong on Wednesday, following street clashes overnight, and scuffles broke out as some protesters tried to resist attempts to force them off the streets, Reuters witnesses said.

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Hong Kong police begin clearing major protest site

Added: 26.11.2014 3:51 | 2 views | 0 comments


HONG KONG (Reuters) - Scuffles broke out on Wednesday as Hong Kong police, many with helmets and batons, began clearing protesters from a major pro-democracy demonstration site in the city, Reuters witnesses said. Police began cutting away cords binding metal barricades to clear part of Nathan Road, at the heart of the protest site in the gritty Mong Kok district, and started dismantling marquees and tents used by the protesters along the road. Hundreds of protesters remained, but were pushed back by a large numbers of police officers. ...

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