Indian police consult anthropologists on prospect of recovering dead American

An American self-styled adventurer and Christian missionary, John Allen Chau, has been killed and buried by a tribe of hunter-gatherers on a remote island in the Indian Ocean where he had gone to proselytize, according to local law enforcement officials, in this undated image obtained from a social media on November 23, 2018. @JOHNACHAU/via REUTERS
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FILE PHOTO: Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman leaves the Hotel Matignon in Paris, France, April 9, 2018. REUTERS/Charles Platiau/File Photo CAIRO (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia’s crown prince was due to arrive in Egypt on Monday for a two-day visit, state news agency MENA reported, part of his first trip abroad since the murder
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Image copyright AFP Image caption Best of friends? Italian PM Giuseppe Conte discussed the budget standoff with the head of the European Commission Italy looks set to defuse a row with the EU after weeks of publicly defying officials in Brussels over its high-spending budget plans. Its leaders wanted to “end poverty”, raising the deficit
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Image copyright AFP/Getty Image caption The sport dates back to the fourth century and has some similarities to sumo wrestling Unesco has accepted a joint bid by North and South Korea and granted world cultural heritage status to Korean wrestling. The two countries had initially filed separately, but then decided to try a joint approach
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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Some buildings were damaged in Iran’s capital Tehran, about 650km away from the epicentre More than 700 people have been injured in a 6.3-magnitude earthquake that struck western Iran on Sunday night, state television reports. The epicentre was in Kermanshah province, where last year more than 600 people were
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Image copyright Getty Images Significant doubts have emerged about claims from a Chinese scientist that he has helped make the world’s first genetically edited babies. Prof He Jiankui says the twin girls, born a few weeks ago, had their DNA altered as embryos to prevent them from contracting HIV. His claims, filmed by Associated Press,
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Footage appearing to show a Russian ship crashing into Ukranian tug has been posted on social media by the Ukranian Interior Minister. Arsen Avakov claims it was filmed from a Russian ship. There have been growing tensions between the two sides over access to the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov off the Crimean
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BERLIN (Reuters) – A Russian blockade of the Sea of Azov is unacceptable and developments there are alarming, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Twitter on Monday, urging both sides to de-escalate the conflict. “Developments in Ukraine are worrying,” Maas said. Russia’s FSB security service said early on Monday its border patrol boats had
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Image copyright Anadolu/Getty Images Image caption Four soldiers were killed and one was injured in the crash Four soldiers have died and another was wounded after a Turkish military helicopter crashed in central Istanbul. The helicopter was conducting training flights at Samandira air base in the city when it crashed in a residential part of
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