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Armed Men Kidnaps 70 Children from School in Cameroon

Armed Men Kidnaps 70 Children from School in Cameroon

On 5th November, armed men kidnapped 79 children from a school in western Cameroon, as reported by a local…

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Suspected Boko Haram Rebel Kills 15 in Northeast Nigeria

On Wednesday, doubtful members of the Islamist Boko Haram uprising killed around 15 people during an attack on a…

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Teen Blows Himself Up At Russia’s FSB Office

A 17-year old died of injuries after he set off explosives in an office of Russia’s FSB federal security…

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Returnee: Kenyan Al Shabaab fighters used as sacrificial lambs

Returnee: Kenyan Al Shabaab fighters used as sacrificial lambs

Majority of Kenyans joining the Al Shabaab are being used as sacrificial lambs, a former foreign fighter and returnee…

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Denmark Charges Iran of Scheming Activist Murder

Iran’s intelligence agencies have been charged with scheming to kill an Iranian activist on Danish soil. Denmark has requested…

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Guerrillas Should Free Kidnapped People: Colombia

Guerrillas Should Free Kidnapped People: Colombia

According to Human Rights Watch, The Colombian armed group known as the National Liberation Army (ELN) should unconditionally release all kidnapped people…

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Woman Detonates Herself in Tunis Injuring 15 people Including 10 Police Officers

Woman Detonates Herself in Tunis Injuring 15 people Including 10 Police Officers

On 29th October, Monday a woman blew herself up in the center of the Tunisian capital. The explosion wounded…

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Eastern Nato: China's Anti-terrorism tactics should not be seen as targeting Uygurs

Eastern Nato: China’s Anti-terrorism tactics should not be seen as targeting Uygurs

Rashid Alimov, secretary general of the China-Russia led Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), said: “We don’t divide terrorists in…

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Caravan treks North, Mexico honors migrants at Day of the Dead

Caravan treks North, Mexico honors migrants at Day of the Dead

Mexico City dedicated its Day of the Dead parade on Saturday to migrants, just as thousands of Central Americans…

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Central American Caravan Moves On Regardless Job Offers of Mexico

On 27th October, a US-bound cavalcade of Central American migrants advanced through southern Mexico, regardless of government job offers….

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Trump is creating a nuclear threat worse than the cold war: Simon Tisdall

Trump is creating a nuclear threat worse than the cold war: Simon Tisdall

Donald Trump’s impulsive decision to rubbish a landmark arms control treaty and develop a new generation of American nuclear weapons deals…

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Residents Belonging to Last Rebel Stronghold express Their Hatred for All Sides

People of Idlib, have expressed their hatred against all sides who are involved in this Syrian War. Ahmad Abu…

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Pompeo Stated That Release of American Pastor by Turkish Court Is Significant for Turkey

Pompeo Stated That Release of American Pastor by Turkish Court Is Significant for Turkey

On 10th October, the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declared that the release of US evangelical Pastor Andrew…

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HRW calls for release of missing Egypt rights defender

HRW calls for release of missing Egypt rights defender

The rights organization pointed out that it had contacted Egyptian authorities several times since 24 September to inquire…

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Former Al-Shabaab deputy leader to seek elected office

The elections are to take place next month. Robow, a one-time candidate on the United States terror list will…

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Russian military intelligence behind host of global cyber attacks: Britain

Russian military intelligence behind host of global cyber attacks: Britain

Britain accused Russian military intelligence of directing a host of cyber attacks aimed at undermining Western democracies by sowing…

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World Court ruling on Bolivia sea access could force Chile to negotiate

World Court ruling on Bolivia sea access could force Chile to negotiate

The International Court of Justice in The Hague, which settles legal disputes between United Nations member states, is due…

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Inquest of Westminster attack

Inquest of Westminster attack

There were no security barriers installed on the Westminster Bridge in London as it was not likely a terror…

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Al-Ghufran organizes exhibition to expose Qatari regime’s human rights violations

Al-Ghufran organizes exhibition to expose Qatari regime’s human rights violations

A delegation from the al-Ghufran tribe organized Monday an exhibition in the Broken Chair courtyard, exhibiting the human rights…

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Israeli soldiers shot dead a Palestinian man

Israeli soldiers shot dead a Palestinian man

The Israeli military said thousands had taken part in the demonstration, throwing burning tires, rocks and explosive devices toward…

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Hungary upholds 'terrorism' verdict for Syrian

Hungary upholds ‘terrorism’ verdict for Syrian

Ahmed had spent more than a decade living in Cyprus with his Cypriot wife and two young daughters. He…

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China places top energy official under investigation

China places top energy official under investigation

The ruling Communist Party’s anti-graft watchdog said in a brief statement National Energy Administration Director Nur Bekri was being…

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IAEA envoy calls for pressuring Israel to join NPT

IAEA envoy calls for pressuring Israel to join NPT

Kazem Gharibabadi made the remarks at the 62nd Annual Regular Session of the IAEA General Conference, which is underway at the Vienna…

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Rigging of elections being feared by Maldives

Rigging of elections being feared by Maldives

Asia associate director, Patricia Gossman said, “Maldives authorities have detained critics, muzzled the media, and misused the Election Commission…

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More close works to be undertaken by Germany and Algeria

More close works to be undertaken by Germany and Algeria

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said during a visit to Algeria that her country and Algeria want to fix ways…

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New Pakistan under Imran Khan has caved into extremists

New Pakistan under Imran Khan has caved into extremists

Imran Khan has given into the pressure yielded by the clerics who had wanted him to remove acclaimed economist…

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UK surveillance safeguards are inadequate: Rights Court

UK surveillance safeguards are inadequate: Rights Court

The Strasbourg-based European Court of Human Rights has ruled that although intercepts, largely the work of the British communications…

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Russia & China conduct joint war games

Russia & China conduct joint war games

On Thursday, President Vladimir Putin attended Russia’s biggest-ever war games, which involved some 300,000 troops as well as a…

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Protest huts at West Bank Bedouin village taken down by Israeli forces

Protest huts at West Bank Bedouin village taken down by Israeli forces

The five huts had been assembled by activists from different rights group and Western-backed Palestinian Authority who were supporting…

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U.S. Plans to Mark 9/11 Anniversary with New Monuments

The people of America are commemorating September 11 with somber tributes, a new monuments to victims, and volunteer projects…

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Administration of Trump to Take Serious Standpoint against the International Criminal Court

Administration of Trump to Take Serious Standpoint against the International Criminal Court

The United States has taken the decision to adopt a posture which will be aggressive for the International Criminal…

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U.N. calls on China to free Uighurs from alleged re-education camps

U.N. calls on China to free Uighurs from alleged re-education camps

United Nations’ human rights experts voiced alarm on Thursday over alleged Chinese political re-education camps for Muslim Uighurs and…

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German counterintelligence officials highlight the activities of Russia, China and Iran in the annual report prepared by the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (BfV), the domestic intelligence service of the Federal Republic of Germany. The report highlights counterintelligence efforts vis-à-vis nation-state espionage and influence operations within Germany. The 359-page German language report (and the 47-page English synopsis) dissect the modes operandi of Russia, China and Iran and identifies the espionage and influence operations of several other countries: Turkey, Syria, India, Switzerland and Vietnam. Read More: https://securityboulevard.com/2018/08/german-counterintelligence-there-are-spies-active-in-germany/

There are Spies Active in Germany: German Counterintelligence

German counterintelligence officials highlight the activities of Russia, China, and Iran in the annual report prepared by the Bundesamt…

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France says it kills top Islamic State official in Mali operation

France says it kills top Islamic State official in Mali operation

The defense ministry, in a statement, named him as Mohamed Ag Almoner and said he was one of the…

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Government Claims Head of Islamic State Being Killed

Government Claims Head of Islamic State Being Killed

Abu Saad Erhabi, the head of the Islamic State was killed during a strike. According to government authorities, during…

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Jailed Iranian lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh goes on hunger strike

Jailed Iranian lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh goes on hunger strike

Prominent Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh has begun another hunger strike in prison. Sotoudeh announced her hunger strike…

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British universities accused of turning a blind eye to Egyptian abuses

British universities accused of turning a blind eye to Egyptian abuses

Leading British universities have been accused of turning a blind eye to human rights abuses in Egypt in pursuit…

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Nigeria government acts against police brutality

Nigeria government acts against police brutality

For more than a quarter of a century, Nigeria’s Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) has taken the lead on the…

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UN says it is still denied 'effective access' to Myanmar's Rakhine

UN says it is still denied ‘effective access’ to Myanmar’s Rakhine

The United Nations is awaiting “effective access” to the Myanmar region where 700,000 Rohingya Muslims were driven out in…

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Gunmen attack intelligence service center in the Afghan capital Kabul

Gunmen attack intelligence service center in the Afghan capital Kabul

The incident comes at a time of high tension after a series of attacks across Afghanistan, including a full-scale…

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Russia’s law on extremism must be revised to target real threats: expert

Russia’s law on extremism must be revised to target real threats: expert

The law on extremism must be adjusted to apply the notion of extremism only to real threats of violence,…

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Hundreds rally to demand release of 'extremist' teens

Hundreds rally to demand release of ‘extremist’ teens

Anna Pavlikova and Maria Dubovik, aged 18 and 19 respectively, are accused along with eight others of creating an…

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Egypt voices concern over Red Sea security,after Houthi attack

Egypt voices concern over Red Sea security,after Houthi attack

“We categorically reject that Yemen would become a foothold for the influence of non-Arab forces, or a platform for…

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Germany: Fewer attacks on migrants

Germany: Fewer attacks on migrants

Germany saw just over 700 anti-migrant attacks in the first half of 2018, according to the latest Interior Ministry…

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Indonesia launches a new group to combat extremism

Indonesia launches a new group to combat extremism

Moderate Muslims in Indonesia have launched a new civil society group to promote interreligious tolerance in a country where…

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Britain and France Mark Centenary of Battle of Amiens

Britain and France marked the centenary of the decisive battle at Amiens during the First World War which helped…

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U.N. urges Myanmar to pave way for Rohingya returns

U.N. urges Myanmar to pave way for Rohingya returns

United Nations aid agencies called on Myanmar to improve conditions in Rakhine state for the safe return of hundreds…

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HRW decries short sentences for Congo peacekeepers guilty of murder

HRW decries short sentences for Congo peacekeepers guilty of murder

A court in the Congolese capital Brazzaville sentenced each of the soldiers in April for the killings of 11…

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Venezuelan Maduro Seemed Vulnerable After Blasts Scattered Soldiers

Venezuelan Maduro Seemed Vulnerable After Blasts Scattered Soldiers

The highly unpopular Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro tried to project himself as in having full control of…

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Police detain around 25 gay rights activists in St Petersburg

Police detain around 25 gay rights activists in St Petersburg

A few dozen activists gathered at Palace Square on Saturday afternoon, defying a ban to hold the rally. Organisers…

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The pace of migrant arrivals in Greece via land from Turkey quickens

The pace of migrant arrivals in Greece via land from Turkey quickens

The figure outstrips an estimated 7,500 of arrivals from Evros in 2017 overall, a Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) Greece…

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Three employees of catering firm Sodexo abducted, killed in Kabul

Three employees of catering firm Sodexo abducted, killed in Kabul

Three foreign nationals working for French catering company Sodexo were abducted and killed in Kabul on Thursday, deepening concerns…

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Houthi militia in Yemen ‘to halt Red Sea shipping attacks’

Houthi militia in Yemen ‘to halt Red Sea shipping attacks’

The Houthi militia claimed on Tuesday it was ready to halt attacks on shipping in the Red Sea. The…

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Myanmar appoints panel to probe Rohingya abuses

Myanmar appoints panel to probe Rohingya abuses

Myanmar has established a commission of inquiry to probe allegations of human rights abuses in conflict-torn Rakhine state, authorities…

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Authorities defy European Court’s ruling and render dozens of Roma homeless: Italy

Authorities defy European Court’s ruling and render dozens of Roma homeless: Italy

Responding to today’s forced eviction by Italian authorities of dozens of Romani families from Camping River camp in Rome,…

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Mike Pence condemns anti-Jewish attacks in Europe

Mike Pence condemns anti-Jewish attacks in Europe

US Vice President Mike Pence condemned on Thursday increasing anti-Semitic violence in Europe, lamenting the fact that French and…

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600 migrants storm Morocco-Spain border fence

600 migrants storm Morocco-Spain border fence

More than 600 African migrants reached the Spanish territory of Ceuta on Thursday after storming a double border fence…

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Israeli tank fire kills three Hamas men in Gaza after soldiers attacked

Israeli tank fire kills three Hamas men in Gaza after soldiers attacked

Israeli tank shells killed three Palestinian militants as violence flared on the Israel-Gaza border on Wednesday, four days after…

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US amends terror designation of Shabaab to include Kenyan ‘wing’

US amends terror designation of Shabaab to include Kenyan ‘wing’

The State Department announced today that the US government’s terror designation for Shabaab has been amended to include Al-Hijra,…

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Plot to behead Theresa May in Islamic State-inspired suicide attack sees London man jailed

Plot to behead Theresa May in Islamic State-inspired suicide attack sees London man jailed

Details of the violent plans of Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman were heard at the Old Bailey, including a message on…

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Israel is ready to strike if Iran gets back to nukes

Israel is ready to strike if Iran gets back to nukes

On September 2012, standing at the podium before the United Nations General Assembly, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel…

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10 Lives Lost At Nicaragua Protests

10 Lives Lost At Nicaragua Protests

Nicaraguan police and paramilitary groups loyal to President Daniel Ortega ended up killing 10 people or maybe…

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Assad, aided by Russia, poised to seize 'cradle' of revolt

Assad, aided by Russia, poised to seize ‘cradle’ of revolt

Government forces backed by Russia have seized most of Deraa province in the campaign that got underway last month…

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Nigeria military hands 180 child soldiers to UN, government

Nigeria military hands 180 child soldiers to UN, government

According to Nigeria’s military command, it hands to the government and the United Nations more than 180 former child…

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Palmyra Sculptures Which Were Destroyed By Daesh Are Being Reconstructed

Palmyra Sculptures Which Were Destroyed By Daesh Are Being Reconstructed

The place is Middle East’s one of the most important historical sites. The Daesh destroyed it in…

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Restoration Of ‘Symbolic’ Mosul Mosque, Destroyed By Daesh, Backed By The UAE

Restoration Of ‘Symbolic’ Mosul Mosque, Destroyed By Daesh, Backed By The UAE

The mosque dates back to the 12th century which was destroyed while there was fighting going on…

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Hate crimes are up in major U.S. cities for the fourth year in a row

Hate crimes are up in major U.S. cities for the fourth year in a row

When researchers expanded their analysis to include the data from all 38 jurisdictions, they found a similar overall increase…

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Security set to be tight at this year's Tour de France

Security set to be tight at this year’s Tour de France

The world’s biggest cycling race starts on Saturday, just days after four-time champion Froome was cleared of doping suspicions…

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Far - Right Extremist Attacks In Germany Dropped Highly In 2017

Far – Right Extremist Attacks In Germany Dropped Highly In 2017

Still the far-right extremists pose a threat. The gruesome attacks on the migrant housing centres had fallen…

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Rohingya still fleeing violence, persecution in Myanmar

Rohingya still fleeing violence, persecution in Myanmar

Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, in his final remarks to the Human Rights Council before stepping down on Aug 31, questioned…

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Three Afghans beheaded, school torched in suspected Islamic State attack

Three Afghans beheaded, school torched in suspected Islamic State attack

Unidentified gunmen beheaded three men and torched a boys’ school in Nangarhar province in eastern Afghanistan late on Saturday,…

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London alarmed by threats to UAE

London alarmed by threats to UAE

Referring to this threat, Rai Alyoum newspaper wrote: “When the British government warns its citizens in UAE that it…

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Universities in Indonesia to fight extremism with own intelligence body

Universities in Indonesia to fight extremism with own intelligence body

To combat extremism and prevent it from flourishing, the schools plan to work with BNPT to develop an intelligence…

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Poland Plans to Buy Anti-Submarine Choppers - Defense Minister

Poland Plans to Buy Anti-Submarine Choppers – Defense Minister

Over the past years, the United States and other NATO members have been increasing their military build-up in Eastern…

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Global Conference of National Counter-terrorism Chiefs Could Improve Cooperation

Top officials of the United Nations who heads the Office of Counter Terrorism have claimed that the individuals leading…

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18 Daesh-linked suspects arrested in Istanbul, Izmir

18 Daesh-linked suspects arrested in Istanbul, Izmir

Turkish security forces arrested 18 people in Istanbul and the Aegean province of Izmir for alleged links to the…

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Singaporean believed to be fighting with militants in Mindanao: Philippine army

Singaporean believed to be fighting with militants in Mindanao: Philippine army

A Singaporean and five Indonesians are believed to be fighting with the pro-Islamic State Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF)…

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Violent extremism is the most pressing challenge facing Africa: UN

Violent extremism is the most pressing challenge facing Africa: UN

A new report by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) calls for a development-centered and inclusive approach in responding…

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Afghan Taliban's Eid ceasefire is a milestone

Afghan Taliban’s Eid ceasefire is a milestone

The decision by the major protagonists of the war in Afghanistan to suspend hostilities during the Eid Al Fitr…

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Israel starts wide-scale military exercise in Golan Heights

Israel starts wide-scale military exercise in Golan Heights

The Israeli military started a wide-scale military exercise in the annexed Golan Heights on Sunday, amidst tensions along the…

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48 Team Proposal by FIFA May Force Qatar to Share World Cup Hosting Duties

FIFA is considering a proposal for expanding the 2022 football tournament to 48 teams from the current 32 teams….

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Will we just stand by as migrant children are taken from their parents?

Will we just stand by as migrant children are taken from their parents?

In early May, the attorney general, Jeff Sessions, announced that the justice department’s newly tough “zero tolerance” policy would…

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Lithuania and Romania knowingly hosted secret CIA prisons

Lithuania and Romania knowingly hosted secret CIA prisons

Lithuania and Romania hosted secret CIA prisons a decade ago and their authorities were aware that detainees were held…

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Fifteen killed in Nicaragua protests

Fifteen killed in Nicaragua protests

At least fifteen people were killed and more than 200 injured on Wednesday in one of the worst days…

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South Korea Tries Hard to Prevent War Between US and North Korea

The South Korean President Moon-Jae and his allies are trying their level best to act as mediators between the…

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Memorial Day Celebrates To Fallen Heroes Of The Country

Memorial Day Celebrates To Fallen Heroes Of The Country

“Our fallen heroes have not only written our history — they’ve shaped our destiny, They fought and bled and…

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20 killed in Mali, militant attack suspected

20 killed in Mali, militant attack suspected

Around 20 people including civilians were killed in a suspected militant attack in northeastern Mali near the border with…

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International Effort to End ‘Me Too’ Abuses

International Effort to End ‘Me Too’ Abuses

The report sets out research on violence and harassment at work, particularly for domestic workers, garment workers, fishers, farm…

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Britain must strengthen defenses against Russia's THREAT

Britain must strengthen defenses against Russia’s THREAT

The post on Unst in Shetland was shut more than 10 years ago but has been reactivated to return…

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Macron Agrees To New Probe In France’s Role In Genocide Against Tutsi

Macron Agrees To New Probe In France’s Role In Genocide Against Tutsi

French President Emmanuel Macron and his Rwandan counterpart Paul Kagame have agreed to set up a joint committee of…

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MPs push for Myanmar regime to face international criminal court

MPs push for Myanmar regime to face international criminal court

The UK must support efforts to refer Myanmar’s regime to the international criminal court over evidence of state-sanctioned ethnic…

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After sea rescue, 25 African migrants come ashore in Brazil

After sea rescue, 25 African migrants come ashore in Brazil

The government of Maranhao state said that 25 people from Senegal, Nigeria, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Cape Verde along…

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Gardaí believe most extremists who left Ireland to fight with Isis are either dead or missing

Gardaí believe most extremists who left Ireland to fight with Isis are either dead or missing

Gardai believe, the majority of Islamic extremists who left Ireland to fight alongside Islamic State in Syria or Iraq…

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US accuses India of non-adherence to parental child abduction protocols

US accuses India of non-adherence to parental child abduction protocols

On Thursday, The United States accused India of not adhering to any protocol with respect to international parental child…

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Syria and Foreign Powers Meet At Kazakhstan for the Discussion of Syrian War

Many of the negotiators from across the countries of Russia, Iran, and Turkey have gathered around Astana the capital…

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Palestinians Dead On Gaza Border as US opens Jerusalem Embassy

Palestinians were continuously counting their deaths after the attacks done by the Israelis. The forces of Israel fired openly…

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Pakistan defense allocation is up by whopping 18%

Pakistan defense allocation is up by whopping 18%

Pakistan has allocated Rs 1.1 trillion (about $9.6bn) for defense in the next fiscal year, a whopping 18% increase…

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Terror Financing Conference in Paris to be Attended by Representatives from Eighty Countries

The terror financing conference was held in Paris in order to combat the finances received by the terrorist groups…

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Enlisted UN youth in combat against violent extremism in Jordan, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia

Enlisted UN youth in combat against violent extremism in Jordan, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia

Vladimir Voronkov, who heads the UN’s counter-terrorism office (UNOCT) met in Paris with Audrey Azoulay, head of the UN…

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US Air Force mount F-35 sales pitch at Berlin Air Show

US Air Force mount F-35 sales pitch at Berlin Air Show

The first-ever exhibit of an F-35 fighter jet at this week’s Berlin Air Show could inject a new sense…

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Africa strides Amnesty International lauds to scrap death penalty

Africa strides Amnesty International lauds to scrap death penalty

International rights organization, Amnesty International, has hailed the progress made by countries in sub-Saharan Africa to abolish the death…

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Xi Jinping's China shows off force in South China Sea

Xi Jinping’s China shows off force in South China Sea

Chinese President Xi Jinping oversaw the largest naval parade in his country’s history Thursday, as China concluded two days…

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A Greek fighter jet crashes into the Aegean Sea

A Greek fighter jet crashes into the Aegean Sea

On Thursday, Defence Ministry officials said, a Greek air force fighter jet crashed into the Aegean Sea after returning…

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China announces live-firing military exercises in the Taiwan Strait

China announces live-firing military exercises in the Taiwan Strait

On Thursday, China announced live-firing military exercises in the Taiwan Strait amid heightened tensions over increased American support for…

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Putin and World Cup threatened by ISIS

Putin and World Cup threatened by ISIS

ISIS has issued a threat to Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, in the form of a new poster…

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DefExpo 2018: Four-day event begins today

DefExpo 2018: Four-day event begins today

On Wednesday, DefExpo 2018 is all set to kick off in Chennai. The four-day event will project India’s defense…

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France welcomes Saudi Crown Prince

France welcomes Saudi Crown Prince

The crown prince of Saudi Arabia is making his first official visit to France, which is hoping to profit…

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India’s Defence Manufacturing Prowess To Be Showcased At DefExpo

India’s Defence Manufacturing Prowess To Be Showcased At DefExpo

The number of participating defence PSUs have gone up, however, the participation by foreign firms has plummeted by almost…

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Indian Defence Minister Meets With Russian Counterpart

Indian Defence Minister Meets With Russian Counterpart

The two met to discuss defence cooperation between the two countries. She will attend the seventh Moscow Conference on…

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Shooting at YouTube’s Headquarters

Shooting at YouTube’s Headquarters

A female, who is suspected to be a shooter was found dead in the headquarters of YouTube at San…

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Memorial Mass for France Gun Attack victims

Memorial Mass for France Gun Attack victims

A memorial Mass has been celebrated in the southern French town of Trèbes, in honor of four people killed…

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Pyeongchang Olympic Committee Forced to Deploy Military for 2018 Winter Olympics

Pyeongchang Olympic Committee Forced to Deploy Military for 2018 Winter Olympics

The massive outbreak of Norovirus has forced South Korea to deploy 900 military personnel to run the winter Olympics…

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