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Egypt court backs government in giving Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia
Egypt court backs government in giving Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia

An aerial view of the coast of the Red Sea and the two islands of Tiran and Sanafir is pictured through the window of an airplane near Sharm...

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Russian President Vladimir Putin 'outsmarts' US President Barack Obama: Republican congressman
Russian President Vladimir Putin 'outsmarts' US President Barack Obama: Republican congressman

Barack Obama (right) and Vladimir Putin are pictured before their meeting at the United Nations General Assembly in New York September 28, 2...

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Lebanon’s prestigious As-Safir daily closes after more than 4 decades
Lebanon’s prestigious As-Safir daily closes after more than 4 decades

The last issue of prestigious Lebanese daily As-Safir is on display on a newspaper stand in Beirut's Hamra neighborhood on December 31, ...

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Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro releases six political prisoners
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro releases six political prisoners

Venezuela’s former presidential candidate Manuel Rosales Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has ordered to release six opponents, including...

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UN Security Council adopts resolution supporting Syria ceasefire agreement
UN Security Council adopts resolution supporting Syria ceasefire agreement

Members of the UN Security Council vote on a Russian-Turkish peace plan for Syria, on December 31, 2016, at UN Headquarters in New York. (Ph...

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Sarah Palin urges Donald Trump to quit the UN after Israel vote
Sarah Palin urges Donald Trump to quit the UN after Israel vote

NEW YORK, NY - NOVEMBER 08: Former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK) attends Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's election night event a...

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Russia’s UN envoy Vitaly Churkin calls on UNSC not to discredit ceasefire
Russia’s UN envoy Vitaly Churkin calls on UNSC not to discredit ceasefire

Russian UN envoy Vitaly Churkin   has called on his UNSC colleagues not to complicate the situation in Syria and not to discredit a ceasefir...

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Hundreds march in Chicago to commemorate 760 killed in Chicago in 2016
Hundreds march in Chicago to commemorate 760 killed in Chicago in 2016

Residents, activists, and friends and family members of victims of gun violence march down Chicago’s Michigan Avenue carrying nearly 800 woo...

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Armed attack on nightclub kills 39, injures 40: Istanbul governor
Armed attack on nightclub kills 39, injures 40: Istanbul governor

At least 39 people are dead and 40 others are wounded in an armed attack on a nightclub in Turkey’s Istanbul, the governor of the city says....

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Boko Haram leader says Kill, slaughter, kidnap infidels
Boko Haram leader says Kill, slaughter, kidnap infidels

The undated photo purportedly shows the ringleader of the Nigeria-based Boko Haram Takfiri terrorist group, Abubakar Shekau. The ringleader ...

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Hundreds of thousands of South Koreans rally to demand Park Geun-hye’s ouster
Hundreds of thousands of South Koreans rally to demand Park Geun-hye’s ouster

Hundreds of thousands of people have attended a New Year's Eve rally in South Korea's capital, Seoul, to demand a year 2017 without ...

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US president Barack Obama's report on alleged Russian hacks fails to satisfy critics
US president Barack Obama's report on alleged Russian hacks fails to satisfy critics

US president Barack Obama A report issued by American intelligence services, which claims Russia was behind hacks of the 2016 US presidentia...

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UK politician Nigel Farage praises Russian President Vladimir Putin for ‘mature response’ to US
UK politician Nigel Farage praises Russian President Vladimir Putin for ‘mature response’ to US

Member of the European Parliament and former leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) Nigel Farage (Photo by AFP) British politician Nigel...

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Halting Haiti's cholera outbreak requires more funds: UN
Halting Haiti's cholera outbreak requires more funds: UN

A Haitian man with cholera symptoms is being carry to a small clinic, in Randelle, Haiti, on October 19, 2016. (Photo by AFP) The United Nat...

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Portugal set to extradite CIA operative to Italy
Portugal set to extradite CIA operative to Italy

EX-CIA agent Sabrina de Sousa Portugal is poised to hand over to Italy Sabrina de Sousa, a former US spy convicted of the abduction of an Eg...

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John McCain says Russian cyber attacks against US an 'act of war'
John McCain says Russian cyber attacks against US an 'act of war'

US Republican Senator John McCain delivers a message to the media at the Benjamin Franklin library at the US Embassy in Mexico City on Decem...

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Nearly 15,000 Israelis stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque in 2016: Group
Nearly 15,000 Israelis stormed Al-Aqsa Mosque in 2016: Group

A view of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, in the Old City of Jerusalem al-Quds (file photo) Nearly 15,000 Israelis have stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque compo...

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48 Iraqi refugees discovered on Romania border
48 Iraqi refugees discovered on Romania border

In this photo taken on October 11, 2016, a border guard and a police dog inspect a truck in Calafat, Romania. (Photo by AP) Romanian border ...

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Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel urges Germans to counter terrorism through unity
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel urges Germans to counter terrorism through unity

German Chancellor Angela Merkel poses for a photograph after the recording of her annual New Year's speech at the Chancellery in Berlin ...

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Daesh cuts off water supply to Syria’s Aleppo
Daesh cuts off water supply to Syria’s Aleppo

The image shows a reservoir at the water station in Aleppo’s Suleiman al-Halabi neighborhood on December 27, 2016. (By AFP) Takfiri Daesh te...

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Americans consider college in Canada after Donald Trump's election
Americans consider college in Canada after Donald Trump's election

Applications at Canadian universities have jumped since the US presidential election. (file photo) More US students are considering college ...

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