Afghan Interior Ministry bans use of camera drones by media firms
Afghan Interior Ministry bans use of camera drones by media firms

The file photo shows a camera drone. (AFP) Afghanistan’s Interior Ministry has banned the use of camera drones by media companies, citin...

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French rail workers threaten continued action over labor reforms
French rail workers threaten continued action over labor reforms

French railway workers and labor union members hold posters depicting the Euro 2016 trophy, during a demonstration against the government-...

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Ugandan rebels kidnap 100 civilians in DR Congo: UN
Ugandan rebels kidnap 100 civilians in DR Congo: UN

A UN truck is seen in the MONUSCO (United Nations Stabilization Mission in the DR Congo) base near the Kibunga village, North Kivu, on Ap...

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Russia surprised UK needs help to track submarines near surface
Russia surprised UK needs help to track submarines near surface

Russian submarine Stary Oskol (L) being intercepted by the UK Royal Navy's HMS Kent in the North Sea, June 7, 2016. Russia has poked...

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Militants distribute Israeli products in militant-held areas in Syria: Locals
Militants distribute Israeli products in militant-held areas in Syria: Locals

This file photo shows Israelis transferring wounded terrorists fighting in Syria for treatment. Terrorist groups have distributed Israel...

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World’s top oil exporter, Saudi Arabia aiming for gas imports
World’s top oil exporter, Saudi Arabia aiming for gas imports

File photo shows energy facilities in central Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is considering importing natural gas as the top global crude ...

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Hillary Clinton claims historic victory in Democratic primary in California
Hillary Clinton claims historic victory in Democratic primary in California

Hillary Clinton defeated rival Bernie Sanders by a margin of 56 to 43 percent on Tuesday night, with 94 percent reporting, according to th...

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Brazilian police convinced Rye Hunt didn't make it back to shore
Brazilian police convinced Rye Hunt didn't make it back to shore

CCTV footage of Rye Hunt leaving the airport after an argument with his travelling companion. Photo / Facebook It's been 17 days si...

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Israel issues permits for 82 new settler units in East al-Quds
Israel issues permits for 82 new settler units in East al-Quds

A photo taken on May 8, 2015 shows the illegal Israeli settlement of Ramat Shlomo (foreground) in the occupied East al-Quds (Jerusalem) an...

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UAE deputy premier key cattle supplier to Israel: Report
UAE deputy premier key cattle supplier to Israel: Report

Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed al-Nahyan, the brother of Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and de facto UAE ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan An ...

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