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International

7 wounded in Paris knife attack

PARIS, Sept 10, (AFP): A man wielding a knife and an iron bar injured seven people, including three tourists, in Paris, in an attack that …

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Duterte moves ‘alarm’ lawyers

MANILA, Sept 10, (AP): The largest group of lawyers in the Philippines asked the country’s courts Monday to resist “creeping incursions” on its independence and …

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Indian opposition leads protest over fuel prices – Indian’s money being looted

NEW DELHI, Sept 10, (Agencies): Indians set tyres on fire, vandalised petrol stations and blocked roads and railways Monday as opposition parties led nationwide demonstrations …

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PM struggles to defuse Basra anger

Baghdad accused of failing to redistribute oil wealth BASRA, Iraq, Sept 10, (Agencies): Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi tried to ease tensions in the country’s …

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84 dead in Yemen fighting

Talks failure opens way to escalation KHOKHA, Yemen, Sept 9, (AFP): Clashes and air strikes have left 84 people dead around Yemen’s Red Sea port …

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UAE announces discovery of millennium-old mosque

ABU DHABI, Sept 9, (KUNA): UAE’s Department of Culture and Tourism announced on Saturday the discovery of the oldest mosque in the city of Al-Ain, …

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Russian, regime air strikes resume on Idlib

US lacks leverage to stop assault on rebel bastion AMMAN, Sept 9, (Agencies): Russian and Syrian jets resumed intensive strikes in Idlib and Hama on …

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Rouhani evokes Iran-Iraq war in appeal to defy US pressure

Tehran lets money exchanges import foreign bills as rial sinks TEHRAN, Sept 8, (Agencies): Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani evoked memories of the devastating Iran-Iraq war …

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Protests to take on India’s PM Modi over record-high fuel

India’s opposition will launch nationwide strikes and protests next week over record-high fuel prices, looking to tap rising public anger to hit back at Prime …

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Filipinos’ ‘trust’ in Duterte falls

MANILA, Sept 8, (RTRS): Public trust in Philippine leader Rodrigo Duterte dropped to the lowest of his presidency, a survey showed on Saturday, although he …

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