Saturday , December 15 2018

International

Iraq praises Kuwait support – ‘Rebuilding in progress’

ROME, Nov 24, (KUNA): Iraqi Foreign Minister Mohammad Al Hakim extolled Kuwait’s role in backing Iraq and helping it rebuild its institutions. This came in …

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‘Pharaonic’ tomb discoverd in Luxor

CAIRO, Nov 24, (AP): Egypt says archeologists have found a pharaonic tomb in Luxor housing the mummies of a priest and his wife from the …

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Chinese consulate attack kills 4 in Pakistan; Pakistan detains cleric

Three suicide attackers stormed the Chinese consulate in the Pakistani city of Karachi amid a series of gunshots and an explosion on Friday, but were …

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French police disperse fuel protesters in Paris

PARIS, Nov 24, (Agencies): French police fired tear gas and water cannons to disperse demonstrators in Paris Saturday, as thousands gathered in the capital and …

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IRAN IN COMPLIANCE WITH N-PACT … HIT ON CHEMICALS

Tehran: US bases, carriers in rang  – US says Iran seeks nerve agents for offensive purposes LONDON, Nov 22, (Agencies): An Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander …

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Kuwait offers logistics for Yemen talks

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 22, (Agencies): Deputy Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Jarallah said Wednesday the State of Kuwait is prepared to offer logistic support to the intra- …

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Trump issues Thanksgiving threat to close the US border with Mexico

PALM BEACH, Fla, Nov 22, (Agencies): President Donald Trump is threatening to close the US border with Mexico for an undisclosed period of time if …

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Strip convicted terrorists of citizenship – Australia

SYDNEY, Nov 22, (Agencies) Australia unveiled a radical plan Thursday to strip convicted terrorists of their citizenship even if they are native-born Australians. Acting after …

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Taleban deny blast that killed 55

KABUL, Afghanistan, Nov 21, (Agencies): The Taleban have denied involvement in a suicide bombing in the Afghan capital that killed at least 55 people. Tuesday’s …

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UAE jails UK ‘spy’ – Britain warns on ties

DUBAI, Nov 21, (Agencies): A United Arab Emirates court sentenced British student Matthew Hedges to life in jail on spying charges on Wednesday, prompting a …

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