Amman (Jordan): The Al Maktoum Foundation of the UAE will build a maternity hospital in Al Zarqa province in Jordan.
Madrid : Police in Barcelona arrested five people of Tunisian origin on suspicion of terrorist activities Wednesday, reported Xinhua.
Yangon : Fifteen Myanmar ethnic parties have agreed to unify to form the Federal Union Party (FUP), Xinhua reported Wednesday citing the local Union Daily newspaper.
Rome: A man in the Italian island of Sicily has been charged with stabbing to death his ex-girlfriend's teenage sister.
Vatican City: Besides corruption, there is a "gay lobby" inside the Vatican government or curia, Pope Francis admitted, saying "we will have to see what we can do".
Rome: A 21-year-old American college student died in the Italian capital when he apparently lost his footing and fell almost 20 metres onto the Tiber river's stone embankment.
Rome: A Romanian national has been arrested in the Italian capital on suspicion of stealing telephone wires weighing around a tonne.
The man was arrested after a car chase.
Rome: A man died in Italy's Naples city after he set himself ablaze outside his estranged wife's house.
Sydney : The Australian state of Queensland is preparing to host the annual G20 Summit in November next year when 25 world leaders and 4,000 delegates will converge on Brisbane.
Canberra : Australian Minister for Resources and Energy Gary Gray Tuesday called on the uranium industry to work with all parliaments to help meet rapidly growing global demand.
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