NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Violent clashes erupted in Delhi between police and hundreds of university students on Friday over the enactment of a new citizenship law that critics say undermines India’s secular foundations.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Finland’s finance minister deleted an Instagram post and issued an apology on Friday after criticism by a human rights group that embarrassed the new, women-led government days after it took office.
BLANKENBURG, Germany (Reuters) - Gas canisters were found in an apartment where a blast occurred early on Friday in the eastern German city of Blankenburg, killing one person and injuring 11 others, one of them severely, the city’s mayor said.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Hong Kong police have earned an average of US$11,000 for each officer in overtime pay during the last six months of anti-government protests, with the total overtime bill coming to more than US$120 million (93.53 million pounds), government figures showed on Friday.
BRUSSELS - European Union leaders meeting in Brussels on Thursday agreed to extend their main economic sanctions against Russia for six months to the end of July 2020, four diplomatic sources told Reuters.
TBILISI (Reuters) - Georgia’s parliament suspended its work for four hours on Thursday after a foul-smelling substance was sprayed in the chamber in what the speaker described as a “chemical attack”.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives moved closer on Thursday to the impeachment of Republican President Donald Trump, as a committee considered formal charges against him that are likely to be sent to the House for a final vote next week.
(Reuters) - Hong Kong police said they arrested three people in connection with arson and vandalism in Kowloon late Wednesday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - New Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin brushed aside the media frenzy over her appointment as the world’s youngest serving head of government at age 34, pledging a sharp focus on climate policies as she made her debut at an EU summit.