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Russia, Turkey agree to joint patrols on Syria border  22h40 22 octobre
Russian and Turkish leaders on Tuesday agreed to terms that would allow Ankara’s military operations in Syria to continue as a U.S.-brokered cease-fire is set to expire. Zachary Goelman reports.
PM Johnson tells lawmakers: pass Brexit deal and Britain can unite again  18h38 22 octobre
Britain can begin to heal and unite if lawmakers pass legislation to ratify the government’s Brexit deal with the European Union, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Putin, Erdogan meet as Syria ceasefire ends  18h34 22 octobre
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan both said on Tuesday they hoped to resolve positively complicated issues in the region, as they met in Sochi on the sidelines of Russia-Africa forum. Francesca Lynagh reports.
Japan enthrones emperor in ancient ceremony  16h14 22 octobre
Japanese Emperor Naruhito formally proclaimed his ascendancy to the throne on Tuesday in a centuries-old ceremony attended by dignitaries from more than 180 countries, pledging to fulfill his duty as a symbol of the state.
Kenya’s babies receive the milk of human kindness  13h51 22 octobre
Baby’s like three-day-old Rose are benefiting from donations to Kenya’s first free human breast milk bank. Mia Womersley reports.
DRC president visits deadly bus crash site  12h46 22 octobre
At least 30 people died in a bus crash in the Democratic Republic of Congo on Sunday. President Felix Tshisekedi visited suvivors on Monday. Anna Bevan reports.
Uniqlo ad sparks protests and parody in S. Korea  11h47 22 octobre
A commercial by Japanese clothing brand Uniqlo has stirred a consumer backlash in South Korea amid accusations that it mocks victims of wartime forced labor and brothel workers, reopening deep wounds from Japan’s colonial past. Francesca Lynagh reports.
Disabled Ivorian painter makes his living with art  10h54 22 octobre
Adama Traore a 40-year-old street artist from Abidjan was born without arms and legs. He credits painting for keeping him off the streets.
EU’s Tusk ’to decide on Brexit extension in coming days’  10h39 22 octobre
European Council President Donald Tusk on Tuesday told EU lawmakers that he was discussing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s request for an extension of the October 31 Brexit deadline with the leaders of the other 27 member states and would make a decision ’in the coming days’. Mia Womersley...
The World in Pictures  09h11 22 octobre
Some of the best images of the day taken by Reuters photographers across the globe and selected by our editors.
Japan enthrones emperor in ancient ceremony  09h07 22 octobre
Japanese Emperor Naruhito formally proclaimed his ascendancy to the throne on Tuesday in a centuries-old ceremony attended by dignitaries from more than 180 countries, pledging to fulfil his duty as a symbol of the state. Ryan Brooks reports.
Reforms fail to please Lebanon’s protesters  06h46 22 octobre
Lebanon approved an emergency reform package in response to protests over dire economic conditions, but the moves did not persuade demonstrators to leave the streets or investors to halt a plunge in its bonds. Ryan Brooks reports.
Thai king strips ’disloyal’ consort of her titles  17h58 21 octobre
Thailand’s King Maha Vajiralongkorn has stripped his royal consort of her titles and military ranks for being disloyal, the palace said late on Monday. David Doyle reports.
Turkey’s murder rate for women has doubled  17h11 21 octobre
Last year 440 women in Turkey were murdered by men, unofficial data show, more than doubling from 2012 when Ankara passed a law on preventing violence against women - a rise which some women’s groups attribute to the failure to implement the legislation. Francesca Lynagh reports.
Painting for a living, when you have no arms or legs  16h30 21 octobre
Adama Traore, who was born without arms and legs, says painting helps to heal and boost morale. He sells his work in the Ivorian capital. Matthew Larotonda reports.