American corporations leaving US for more profit will be punished: Donald Trump
American corporations leaving US for more profit will be punished: Donald Trump

US President-elect Donald Trump greets workers at Carrier air conditioning and heating company on December 1, 2016 in Indianapolis, Indian...

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Battle to liberate Iraqi city of Mosul could take months: Red Cross
Battle to liberate Iraqi city of Mosul could take months: Red Cross

Iraqi forces advance in the village of Arabat, south of Mosul, on December 1, 2016. (Photo by AFP) The International Committee of the Re...

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US Senate passes 10-year extension of Iran Sanctions Act
US Senate passes 10-year extension of Iran Sanctions Act

A file photo of the US Congress The US Senate has passed a 10-year extension of existing sanctions against Iran, sending the measure to ...

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UK may pay for access to EU single market: Brexit minister David Davis
UK may pay for access to EU single market: Brexit minister David Davis

British Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Minister) David Davis is given a tour of SPTS Technologies in Newport, S...

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United Nations, Russia proposes corridors to allow aid into Aleppo
United Nations, Russia proposes corridors to allow aid into Aleppo

The United Nations says Russia has proposed setting up four humanitarian corridors to militant-held eastern Aleppo in a bid to let in a...

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Thai crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn accepts invitation to become new king
Thai crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn accepts invitation to become new king

Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn, 64, has officially become Thailand’s new king, succeeding his late father who ruled the Southeast A...

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China to seriously implement UN sanctions on North Korea: Chinese Foreign Ministry
China to seriously implement UN sanctions on North Korea: Chinese Foreign Ministry

The grab from Reuters footage shows Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang speaking at a press briefing in Beijing on November 28,...

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Turkey’s Dogan rejects executive's links to Gulen
Turkey’s Dogan rejects executive's links to Gulen

File photo shows an office of Dogan Media Group in the Turkish city of Istanbul. Turkey’s Dogan news agency has ruled out that a governm...

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US President Barack Obama has nearly ruled out UN action on Israel, US officials say
US President Barack Obama has nearly ruled out UN action on Israel, US officials say

US President Barack Obama (C) speaks to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) as he sits next to President Reuven Rivlin (L) during the f...

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Saudi government agencies hit by computer virus attack: Report
Saudi government agencies hit by computer virus attack: Report

Saudi government bodies and installations have been reportedly hit by a computer virus attack. Saudi government agencies and installatio...

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Nigerian court denies bail to Biafra separatist leader Nnamdi Kanu
Nigerian court denies bail to Biafra separatist leader Nnamdi Kanu

A file photo of Nigerian separatist leader Nnamdi Kanu during a court session A Nigerian high court has refused to release on bail a lea...

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Doha News statement on the blocking of its website in Qatar
Doha News statement on the blocking of its website in Qatar

Doha News Publisher Omar Chatriwala As many are aware,  Doha News  became inaccessible to most online users in Qatar as of yesterday,...

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More US mosques receive letters threatening genocide
More US mosques receive letters threatening genocide

A screenshot of Masjid Al-Kareem in Providence, Rhode Island. More mosques in the United States say they’ve received threatening letters...

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Qatar government accused of blocking Doha News, popular English-language news website
Qatar government accused of blocking Doha News, popular English-language news website

This photo shows a Qatari man surfing the Internet. A popular news website has become inaccessible in Qatar, with reports suggesting...

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Russian President Vladimir Putin urges US to join Russia in fight against global terrorism
Russian President Vladimir Putin urges US to join Russia in fight against global terrorism

Russian President Vladimir Putin has expressed hope that Washington will join Moscow in efforts to counter international terrorism, str...

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UN report warns of new 'Arab Spring'
UN report warns of new 'Arab Spring'

Moroccans protest against the high cost of living in June 2013. (Photo by AFP) A UN report has warned of a new "Arab Spring", ...

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Takfiri Daesh terrorist snipers kill 15 children in Mosul: Report
Takfiri Daesh terrorist snipers kill 15 children in Mosul: Report

Displaced Iraqi families wait before heading to camps in the town of Bartalla, east of Mosul, Nov. 30, 2016. (Photo by AFP) Daesh sniper...

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Australia passes bill to detain terrorists indefinitely
Australia passes bill to detain terrorists indefinitely

This photo shows Australian police arresting one of two men accused of plotting attacks on targets in Sydney, during an operation in Sydne...

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Families of victims slam senators seeking to amend 9/11 law
Families of victims slam senators seeking to amend 9/11 law

US Republican Senators John McCain (right) and Lindsey Graham The families of some victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks a...

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