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North Korea Olympic officials in Switzerland ahead of IOC talks

GENEVA (Reuters) - North Korean Olympic officials arrived in Switzerland on Thursday ahead of weekend talks at the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to finalize Pyongyang's participation in the Winter Games in South Korea next month.


No longer governor, Christie gets regular airport screening

Chris Christie is learning life as an airline passenger is different when you're no longer governor.


Gianni Versace 'assassination': What is the truth behind the story of the Italian fashion designer's murder?

The killer was Andrew Cunanan, a charming male prostitute with a fondness for lying, sadomasochism and seeking out rich older men to maintain a lavish lifestyle - but why did he do it and why is the story still so controversial?


Popemobile swerves drastically to avoid police officer thrown from horse before Pope Francis hops out to check on her

Pope Francis made an unscheduled stop by stepping out of the vehicle to check on the injured officer who was guarding him as he met crowds in Iquique, Chile


IOC tests over 14,000 athletes ahead of Winter Olympics

(Reuters) - Over 14,000 doping tests have been conducted ahead of next month's Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in an effort to protect clean athletes and safeguard the Games, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) said on Thursday.


EU prepares sanctions against Venezuelan officials amid growing unrest

The European Union is preparing sanctions on several top Venezuelan officials amid mounting international fears over the political and economic crises that have plunged the country into violence and looting.


Brexit will bring us closer together, says Zimbabwe's new president

Emmerson Mnangagwa, the new president of Zimbabwe, hailed Brexit as an opportunity to forge closer links with the UK on Thursday, as he called for the country to rejoin the Commonwealth.

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Majorca, Menorca and Ibiza are banning ALL single use plastic like straws, lighters and disposable razors by 2010

NEARLY four million British holidaymakers will face tough new curbs on the use of disposable plastic following a ruling by the Balearic isles. Officials in Majorca, Menorca and Ibiza plan to end the sale of all single-use consumer plastics by 2020. That w

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