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United Nations Secretary General António Guterres condemned Saturday’s rocket attacks in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, which killed at least eight civilians and wounded many more. The Secretary General conveyed his deepest sympathies to the families of the victims and ...
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Turkey and Russia are at odds over Ankara’s wish to set up an independent military observation post on Azeri territory, a Turkish source said, after the two agreed this month to monitor a ceasefire in the Nagorno-Karabakh region. ...
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Yemeni Houthi forces fired a missile that struck a Saudi Aramco oil company distribution station in Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea city of Jeddah, a Houthi military spokesman said on Monday. There was no immediate Saudi confirmation of the ...
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A sharp rise in coronavirus infections in the Gaza Strip could overwhelm the Palestinian enclave’s meagre medical system by next week, public health advisers said on Sunday. Gaza, where the dense and poor population of 2 million is ...
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met the Saudi crown prince in Saudi Arabia, an Israeli cabinet minister said on Monday, the first publicly confirmed trip to the kingdom by an Israeli leader amid a diplomatic flurry prompted by regional ...
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The death toll in Saturday’s rocket attacks in Kabul has risen to 10, the First Vice President Amrullah Saleh said on Sunday, adding that 51 more were wounded in the attacks. “The attacks will be investigated thoroughly,” VP ...
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A senior official at Iran’s Ministry of Health and Medical Education said on Monday that Iran will lodge a complaint against US with the International Court of Justice over medical sanctions. The medical sanctions have caused losses to ...
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Mike Pompeo on Thursday became the first U.S. secretary of state to visit an Israeli West Bank settlement and the Golan Heights, in a show of solidarity that led Palestinians to accuse him of helping to cement Israeli ...
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Australian military personnel who spoke out against alleged war crimes in Afghanistan said on Friday they felt vindicated by an inquiry which called for possible prosecution of troops, as the country reacted with shame and anger at the ...
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When Saudi Arabia, the world’s top oil exporter and a leading U.S. ally, took over the G20 presidency in December 2019, hopes in the kingdom were high. A global summit would help rehabilitate the country on the international ...
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