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Greek police fire teargas on migrants at border with Turkey

KASTANIES, Greece (Reuters) - Greek police fired teargas toward migrants who were gathered on its border with Turkey and demanding entry on Saturday, as a crisis over Syria abruptly moved onto the European Union’s doorstep. Migrants are seen during clashes with Greek police, at the Turkey's Pazarkule border crossing with Greece's Kastanies, in Edirne, Turkey, February 29, 2020. REUTERS/Huseyin Aldemir. The Greek government reiterated its ... Full story

United States expresses concern over arrest of Hong Kong publisher

HONG KONG (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department has expressed concern after Chinese-ruled Hong Kong arrested publishing tycoon Jimmy Lai, an outspoken critic of Beijing, and two pro-democracy activists. FILE PHOTO: Media mogul and Apple Daily founder Jimmy Lai Chee-ying (C) leaves from a police station after being arrested for illegal assembly during the anti-government protests in Hong Kong, China February 28, 2020. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu. The ... Full story

5 must-do travel experiences in March

Bright spring festivals and bold gardens start to blossom in March, bringing plenty of excuses to get outdoors. From celebrating Holi in East Africa to dancing an Irish jig in Argentina here’s what to experience and where to do it. PARTY FOR PURIM IN ISRAEL. March 6 | Tel Aviv , Israel | In Israel’s cosmopolitan seaside city, Tel Aviv Street Party Rave marks the Jewish holiday with live music, dancing in the streets, and food stalls offering up ... Full story

For grieving families, Afghan peace deal brings doubt as well as hope

KABUL (Reuters) - For mother-of-four Nasima, the prospect of lasting peace in Afghanistan is almost too good to be true. Nasima (2nd L), 45, shares how lost her husband in the bomb blast, as she sits with her children in their home in Kabul, Afghanistan February 27, 2020. REUTERS/Abdul Qadir Sediqi. The 45-year-old, whose husband Nasir Ahmad was killed in a massive truck bomb in Kabul blamed on Taliban insurgents, is one of thousands of ... Full story

China data portends more punishment for bruised stock markets

NEW YORK (Reuters) - World stock markets should fall further on Monday after a record contraction in China’s manufacturing and service sectors because of the coronavirus outbreak, illustrating the massive potential economic impacts of the epidemic for the rest of the globe. FILE PHOTO: A man wearing a protective face mask, following an outbreak of the coronavirus, stands at the Shinagawa station in Tokyo, Japan, February 28, 2020. REUTERS/Athit ... Full story

Turkey's Erdogan says Europe borders open as refugees gather

ANKARA, Turkey -- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday that his country's borders with Europe were open, as thousands of refugees gathered at the frontier with Greece. Migrants played a cat-and-mouse game with Greek border patrols throughout the night and into Saturday, with some cutting holes in the fence only to be turned back by tear gas and stun grenades. Greek authorities also fired tear gas to repulse attempts by the crowd ... Full story

Home Office boss quits over 'campaign against him'

The top civil servant in the Home Office has resigned and said he intends to sue the government for constructive dismissal. Sir Philip Rutnam said there had been an orchestrated campaign against him. It comes after reports of tensions between him and Home Secretary Priti Patel, including allegations she mistreated officials - which she has denied. BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg said such a move was "highly unusual". Sir Philip said he ... Full story

4 Easy (And More Impactful) Ways To Say 'Thank You'

- Share to facebook - Share to linkedin (Photo courtesy of Shutterstock). Never underestimate the power of “thank you.” As businessman and author Harvey Mackay says, “Anyone too busy to say ‘thank you’ will get fewer and fewer chances to say it.” Anyone too busy to thank others will lose opportunities to build relationships and trust. 1. Write a recommendation. When someone helps you out or does a good job, thank them and offer to write them a ... Full story

Free transport in Luxembourg, but what's the cost?

Image caption The government has mounted a publicity campaign to highlight its overhaul of the transport network. It has had months of hype and now finally Luxembourg's free public transport has begun. With a population of only 614,000, it may be one of Europe's smallest countries and the idea is not unprecedented. But the "free mobility" drive has captured the imagination. Buses, trams and trains are now free to ride on and you don't need a ... Full story

Woman is one of 25 in the world to welcome baby after successful uterus transplant

Madison Gibbs was born without a uterus, but a transplant changed her life and helped her get pregnant. Full story

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