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Ex-minister charged as Iran spy

Ex-minister charged as Iran spy

A former minister-turned alleged spy for Iran is negotiating a plea bargain with prosecutors, according to a television report on Sunday. Gonen Segev is accused of “aggravated espionage,” as well ...

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Saudi Arabia recruited Darfur children for Yemen war

Saudi Arabia recruited Darfur children for Yemen war

Saudi Arabia has reportedly recruited children from Darfur to join its military campaign in Yemen. The New York Times reports that as many as 14,000 Sudanese militiamen have been fighting ...

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United Arab Emirates to reopen embassy in Syrian capital

United Arab Emirates to reopen embassy in Syrian capital

The United Arab Emirates will reopen its embassy in Damascus seven years after withdrawing its diplomatic representation from Syria, the Emirati government said Thursday. The embassy has been closed since ...

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Germany decides to not try 95-year-old alleged Nazi guard

Germany decides to not try 95-year-old alleged Nazi guard

A German court on Friday declined to put a 95-year-old man accused of being a Nazi concentration camp guard on trial, citing lack of evidence. The suspect, identified only as ...

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Sudan’s Bashir conveyed an important message to Assad; Syria should rejoin the Arab League

Sudan’s Bashir conveyed an important message to Assad; Syria should rejoin the Arab League

Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir has become the first Arab League leader to visit Damascus since the war in Syria began nearly eight years ago. The two leaders discussed bilateral ties ...

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Police, anti-migration protesters clash at EU headquarters

Police, anti-migration protesters clash at EU headquarters

Police fired tear gas and water cannons on demonstrators who had congregated around the European Union’s headquarters in Brussels after marching against a new United Nations migration pact. About 5,000 ...

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Belgian Police Reportedly Kept ‘Yellow Vests’ Protesters in Stables for Hours

Belgian Police Reportedly Kept ‘Yellow Vests’ Protesters in Stables for Hours

Belgian police have kept dozens of detained “Yellow Vests” protesters in police horse stables in Etterbeek municipality for several hours without providing them with further information on the situation, local ...

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France suspends planned fuel tax increase after violent protests

France suspends planned fuel tax increase after violent protests

France’s prime minister said Tuesday the government was suspending the fuel tax increase for six months following nationwide protests in recent weeks. “In order to appease the country, we have ...

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Saudi crown prince threatened Trump over khashoggi murder

Mohammad bin salman threatened Trump over khashoggi murder

A source familiar with the matter said that the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi in a secret message to trump asked him to remove the name of the Saudi crown prince ...

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Khashoggi’s daughters in op-ed: ‘His light will never fade’

Khashoggi

The daughters of slain Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi penned an op-ed in their father’s former publication Friday. Noha and Razan Khashoggi wrote in the Post that their father’s “light ...

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