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Egypt, Lebanon agree to bolster anti-terrorism cooperation
Egypt, Lebanon agree to bolster anti-terrorism cooperation

This photo released by the Egyptian Presidency shows Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi (R) meeting with his Lebanese counterpart Miche...

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Myanmar's authorities sentences Muslim Rohingya man to death
Myanmar's authorities sentences Muslim Rohingya man to death

An armed Myanmar police officer is posted on the road during the arrival of the UN special rapporteur on Myanmar in Buthidaung to visit area...

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Village evacuated for fear of dam break as heavy snowfall hits Iran
Village evacuated for fear of dam break as heavy snowfall hits Iran

This February 13, 2017 photo released by Iran's Tasnim news agency shows a car covered with snow in the central Iranian city of Arak. Fe...

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Heavy snow blankets Iranian cities, shuts down schools
Heavy snow blankets Iranian cities, shuts down schools

The photo shows heavy snow in the northern Iranian city of Masouleh in Gilan Province on February 13, 2017. (Photo by IRNA) Wintery weather ...

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20 killed as Houthis, Hadi loyalists clash in western Yemen
20 killed as Houthis, Hadi loyalists clash in western Yemen

Yemeni militiamen loyal to resigned president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi regroup after clashes with Houthi Ansarullah fighters in the western co...

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South Korea mulls more arrest warrants for Samsung executives over graft
South Korea mulls more arrest warrants for Samsung executives over graft

Lee Jae-yong (C), the vice chairman of Samsung Electronics, is surrounded by reporters in Seoul on February 13, 2017. (Photo by AFP) The Sou...

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US military helicopters arrive in Germany to boost NATO
US military helicopters arrive in Germany to boost NATO

US technicians prepare helicopters for the transport in Bremerhaven, Germany, February 12, 2017. (Photo by AP) The US Army has begun unloadi...

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Bahrain on edge prior to protests marking 2011 uprising
Bahrain on edge prior to protests marking 2011 uprising

A Bahraini protester throws a glass bottle containing paint at an armored personnel carrier during anti-regime clashes in the village of Sit...

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Turkey renews call for establishment of safe zone in northern Syria
Turkey renews call for establishment of safe zone in northern Syria

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has renewed his call for the establishment of a “safe zone” in...

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Iran gets 8 sailors freed from Somali pirates: Ali Yar Mohammadi
Iran gets 8 sailors freed from Somali pirates: Ali Yar Mohammadi

This undated photo released by Somali pirates purportedly shows four Iranian sailors kidnapped by the pirates in the Gulf of Aden in May 201...

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US has 'ironclad' commitment to protecting allies, Pentagon tells North Korea
US has 'ironclad' commitment to protecting allies, Pentagon tells North Korea

On the morning of February 12 , North Korea conducted a ballistic missile test launch from Banghyon air base near the west coast of the coun...

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Iraqi Air Force: 13 Daesh commanders killed, Baghdadi fate unclear
Iraqi Air Force: 13 Daesh commanders killed, Baghdadi fate unclear

This file photo shows an F-16 fighter jet operated by the Iraqi Air Force. Iraqi Air Force says it has killed at least 13 commanders of the ...

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau refusing to ‘lecture,’ US President Donald Trump defends Muslim ban
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau refusing to ‘lecture,’ US President Donald Trump defends Muslim ban

US President Donald Trump and Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau make their way off stage following a joint press conference in the ...

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‘Knives out’ amid fears Michael Flynn may ‘put Vladimir Putin before America’
‘Knives out’ amid fears Michael Flynn may ‘put Vladimir Putin before America’

Marine One with US President Donald Trump departs the the South Lawn of the White House February 3, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by AFP) “...

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Amazing footage of Iran’s biggest solar power plant
Amazing footage of Iran’s biggest solar power plant

Watch drone footage of Iran’s biggest solar power plant project which was recently launched in the country's western province of Hamadan...

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As Michael Flynn falls under growing pressure over Russia contacts, US President Donald Trump remains silent
As Michael Flynn falls under growing pressure over Russia contacts, US President Donald Trump remains silent

National security adviser Michael Flynn speaking at the White House. Photo / The Washington Post / Jabin Botsford White House national secur...

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Oroville, California dam collapse fears spark evacuations
Oroville, California dam collapse fears spark evacuations

Feb. 11, 2017: Aerial photo released by the California Department of Water Resources shows the damaged spillway with eroded hillside in Orov...

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