Polling places become battleground in U.S. voting rights fight LINCOLN PARK, Ga. (Reuters) - Louis Brooks, 87, has walked to cast a vote at his neighbourhood polling place in Georgia’s predominantly black Lincoln Park neighbourhood for five decades. But not this year.
Insatiable Aguero destined for individual awards, says Stones (Reuters) - It is just a matter of time before Sergio Aguero's goal-scoring ability earns him individual honours, his Manchester City team mate John Stones has predicted.
Turkish army kills Kurdish militants suspected of politician's murder -sources DIYARBAKIR, Turkey (Reuters) - Turkish soldiers killed five Kurdish militants on Friday suspected of involvement in the assassination this week of a politician from the ruling AK Party, security sources said, amid surging violence in the largely Kurdish southeast.
Social entrepreneurs say they face tough hurdles but making headway SAN FRANCISCO (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Greater support from the public, governments and investors is needed to boost the work of entrepreneurs using business for social good, said industry activists and organizers after a Thomson Reuters Foundation poll highlighted these as key issues.
Swedish court upholds Assange arrest warrant STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A Swedish appeals court decided to uphold the arrest warrant for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on Friday, prolonging the six year long legal stand off with prosecutors and clearing the way for the Wikileaks founder to be questioned in London next month.
Agri, commodities firms next most vulnerable in Singapore KUALA LUMPUR: Several sectors in Singapore are vulnerable to rising financial strain, with agriculture and commodities companies next most vulnerable after the oil services sector, says S&P Global Ratings