India to sign Iran port deal during Modi trip
India to sign Iran port deal during Modi trip

India says a much-awaited contract to develop Iran’s Chabahar port will be signed during the upcoming visit to Tehran of Prime Minister Na...

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Turkey parliament adopts first clause of bill on MPs’ immunity
Turkey parliament adopts first clause of bill on MPs’ immunity

Parliamentarians attend a swearing-in ceremony at the Turkish parliament in Ankara, Turkey, June 23, 2015. ©Reuters Turkey’s parliament ...

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200,000 flee Sri Lanka’s flood-affected capital
200,000 flee Sri Lanka’s flood-affected capital

Sri Lankan navy and army personnel evacuate residents following flooding in Colombo on May 20, 2016. ©AFP More than 200,000 people have ...

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Venezuela starts military drills to stave off ‘foreign aggression’
Venezuela starts military drills to stave off ‘foreign aggression’

Venezuelan special forces gather in La Fria, Tachira State, close to the border with Colombia, September 1, 2015. (File photo by AFP) Ve...

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Japan arrests American over Okinawa murder
Japan arrests American over Okinawa murder

This photo shows the location where Japanese police on Thursday found the body of a Japanese woman, Rina Shimabukuro, among weeds in the v...

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Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump exchange jabs in race to White House
Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump exchange jabs in race to White House

This combination photo shows leading Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton (R) and presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump. ...

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China warns Taiwan's new president Tsai Ing-wen against independence
China warns Taiwan's new president Tsai Ing-wen against independence

Taiwan's new President Tsai Ing-wen speaks during her inauguration ceremony in Taipei on May 20, 2016. ©AFP China warns Taiwan's...

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Over 350 European groups urge Israeli boycott
Over 350 European groups urge Israeli boycott

Palestinians walk past a sign painted on a wall in the occupied West Bank town of Bethlehem on June 5, 2015, calling to boycott Israeli pr...

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Egyptian navy finds debris from missing plane
Egyptian navy finds debris from missing plane

This picture, taken on May 19, 2016, shows an EgyptAir Airbus A330 from Cairo taxiing at the Roissy-Charles De Gaulle airport near Paris a...

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Verizon employees hold protest rally in US capital
Verizon employees hold protest rally in US capital

Striking workers of Verizon telecommunications picket in front of a Verizon office in Washington DC on April 14, 2016. (AFP) Nearly a th...

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Iraq asks Jordan to extradite Saddam Hussein's daughter, Ba’athi veterans
Iraq asks Jordan to extradite Saddam Hussein's daughter, Ba’athi veterans

The file photo shows Raghad Hussein, daughter of former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. Iraq has demanded Jordan extradite the daughter o...

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Moshe Ya’alon quits amid row with Benjamin Netanyahu
Moshe Ya’alon quits amid row with Benjamin Netanyahu

Outgoing Israeli Minister of Military Affairs Moshe Yaalon (L) takes part in a weekly cabinet meeting chaired by Israeli Prime Minister Be...

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San Francisco police chief steps down after killings
San Francisco police chief steps down after killings

File photo shows San Francisco's embattled police chief Greg Suhr. The chief of police in the West Coast US city of San Francisco ha...

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Spain's northern region bans ritual bull killings
Spain's northern region bans ritual bull killings

A file picture taken on September 17, 2013 shows a horseman stabbing a bull with a spear during the ‘Toro de la Vega’ festival, in Tordesi...

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NATO mulls deploying AWACS ‘against Daesh’
NATO mulls deploying AWACS ‘against Daesh’

A file photo of a NATO AWACS surveillance plane taking off from an airbase in Geilenkirchen, Germany ©AP NATO weighs deploying sophistic...

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Daesh planning to hit France during soccer event: Intel chief
Daesh planning to hit France during soccer event: Intel chief

Head of France’s intelligence agency Patrick Calvar (photo by AFP) The head of France’s internal intelligence agency has warned that Dae...

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Police, protesters clash at reforms demo France’s Nantes
Police, protesters clash at reforms demo France’s Nantes

French protesters and police have clashed in the western city of Nantes as demonstrations continue across the country over controversial re...

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Palestinians slam Lieberman appointment as new Israeli military affairs minister
Palestinians slam Lieberman appointment as new Israeli military affairs minister

Israel’s new Minister of Military Affairs Avigdor Lieberman ©AFP Palestinians have denounced the appointment of hawkish Avigdor Lieberma...

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Egypt gets $25 billion from Russia for nuclear plant
Egypt gets $25 billion from Russia for nuclear plant

Officials from Russia (L) and Egypt (R) sign an agreement to build Egypt’s first nuclear power plant as Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al...

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Weather favors Canada firefighters
Weather favors Canada firefighters

This satellite image shows smoke from wildfires burning near Fort McMurray, Alberta, on May 17, 2016. ©AFP Direly-needed changes in the ...

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