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Trump says will know next week if North Korea summit to go ahead
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday he would know next week whether his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would take place on June 12 in Singapore as scheduled, casting further doubt on plans for the unprecedented meeting.

Exclusive - Yulia Skripal: Attempted assassination turned my world upside down
LONDON (Reuters) - Yulia Skripal survived an assassination attempt that UK authorities blame on Russia. But the daughter of one of Russia's most famous spies says she wants to return to her country "in the longer term", despite the poisoning.

U.S. warns citizens in China after 'abnormal' sound injures consulate worker
BEIJING (Reuters) - An American citizen working at the U.S. consulate in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou has reported suffering from "abnormal" sounds and pressure leading to a mild brain injury, the U.S. embassy said on Wednesday.

Iran steps up broadsides against U.S., Syria signals Iran won't leave
LONDON (Reuters) - Iran on Wednesday launched a fresh barrage of criticism at U.S. demands for sweeping change in its foreign policy and nuclear programme, and Tehran's ally Damascus flatly dismissed a U.S. call for a withdrawal of Iranian forces from Syria.

Laptops of slain Maltese journalist handed to German police
LONDON (Reuters) - German police said on Wednesday that relatives of murdered Maltese anti-corruption blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia had given them two of her laptops and three hard drives and these could be transferred to Maltese police investigating her killing.

France to push Libya accord at new Paris meeting, diplomats say
PARIS (Reuters) - France plans to hold an international meeting in Paris with Libyan political leaders to push for an agreement on holding U.N.-backed elections this year, according to three diplomats aware of the initiative.

Moscow, escalating tensions with London, investigates British media
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia announced on Wednesday it had begun analyzing the output of British media working on its territory with a view to opening formal investigations into its objectivity, a response to what it called British attempts to curb Russian media.

Poll shows support for EU at 35-year high across bloc

Colombia faces challenge to avoid debt downgrade, whoever wins vote

Anti-Castro exile accused of 1976 plane explosion dies at 90