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P5+1 must avoid steps undermining nuclear deal: Iran IAEA envoy
P5+1 must avoid steps undermining nuclear deal: Iran IAEA envoy

Reza Najafi, the Iranian ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) waits for the start of the IAEA Board of Governors meet...

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Over dozen dead as bombing rips through wedding in western Iraq
Over dozen dead as bombing rips through wedding in western Iraq

Iraqi security forces inspect the site of a blast, where a bomber detonated his explosives-laden ambulance in Iraq's holy city of Samarr...

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US House of Representatives passes bill to block commercial aircraft sales to Iran
US House of Representatives passes bill to block commercial aircraft sales to Iran

The US Capitol, which houses the chambers of the Senate and the House of Representatives, in Washington, DC. The US House of Representatives...

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Death toll for refugees making Mediterranean crossing hits record high, IMO says
Death toll for refugees making Mediterranean crossing hits record high, IMO says

Refugees on board a dinghy boat ask for help as they are approached by the SOS Méditerranée's ship Aquarius, background, off the coast o...

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Congo’s President Joseph Kabila picks opposition lawmaker Samy Badibanga as new premier
Congo’s President Joseph Kabila picks opposition lawmaker Samy Badibanga as new premier

Democratic Republic of Congo opposition leader, Samy Badibanga (Photo by AFP) The Democratic Republic of Congo’s President Joseph Kabila has...

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French Prime Minister Manuel Valls admits far-right leader Le Pen could win 2017 presidential election
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls admits far-right leader Le Pen could win 2017 presidential election

President of the French far-right party and candidate for the 2017 French presidential election Marine Le Pen delivers a speech during a pre...

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Plight of Australia's natives 'worsening' despite government pledges
Plight of Australia's natives 'worsening' despite government pledges

The file photo shows an anti-government protest by a group of Australian aboriginals. Australian government measures have led to a soar in s...

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US President Barack Obama calls on Donald Trump to stand up to Russia
US President Barack Obama calls on Donald Trump to stand up to Russia

US President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel address a press conference after their meeting at the chancellery in Berlin, N...

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Russia says began contact with Donald Trump’s team on Syria
Russia says began contact with Donald Trump’s team on Syria

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov (Photo by AP) A Russian deputy foreign minister says Moscow has started communicating with ...

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US Senate set to extend Iran sanctions: McConnell
US Senate set to extend Iran sanctions: McConnell

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (Photo by AFP) US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says that the legislative body is set to ren...

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European Union conditionally waives visas for Ukrainians
European Union conditionally waives visas for Ukrainians

European flags are hoisted in front of the European Commission headquarters in Brussels. The European Union has finally but conditionally ap...

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South Korea parliament to appoint special prosecutor to investigate President Park Geun-hye
South Korea parliament to appoint special prosecutor to investigate President Park Geun-hye

South Korea’s opposition-controlled parliament has passed a bill giving permission to a special prosecutor to investigate corruption scandal...

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Director of US National Intelligence James Clapper to step down
Director of US National Intelligence James Clapper to step down

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper testifies during a hearing before the House (Select) Intelligence Committee, Capitol Hill, W...

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Turkey set to scrap prime minister position in new system: Minister
Turkey set to scrap prime minister position in new system: Minister

Turkey's Forestry and Water Affairs Minister Veysel Eroglu Turkey would no longer have a prime minister under constitutional reforms the...

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Iraqi military troops liberate eastern Mosul district from Daesh grip
Iraqi military troops liberate eastern Mosul district from Daesh grip

Iraqi forces pose for a photograph in Mosul’s eastern district of al-Tahrir on November 17, 2016. (Photo by al-Sumaria) Iraqi forces have re...

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Myanmar bars American photographer from own show on Rohingya plight
Myanmar bars American photographer from own show on Rohingya plight

A file photo of American photographer Greg Constantine Myanmar has barred an American documentary photographer from entering the country and...

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Russian authorities starts blocking LinkedIn over violating data storage laws
Russian authorities starts blocking LinkedIn over violating data storage laws

File photo shows the login page of LinkedIn application on the screen of a mobile phone. Russian authorities have ordered internet providers...

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US military getting weaker, smaller: Heritage Foundation
US military getting weaker, smaller: Heritage Foundation

An US military Abrams M1A1 main battle tank destroyed in Iraq. (Photo by USMC) The US military has become “weaker” and reliant on defense co...

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Islamic Movement in Nigeria holds funeral for victims of government brutality
Islamic Movement in Nigeria holds funeral for victims of government brutality

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) has held a funeral for Muslims recently killed by the country's armed forces in the northern city ...

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