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Church bomb trial for 48

CAIRO, May 21, (AFP): Egyptian authorities have referred 48 suspected Islamic State group members to military trial over three deadly church bombings, the public prosecutor’s …

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U.S., SAUDIS INK ACCORDS TO STRENGTHEN, DEEPEN TIES

Sides upgrade strategic relationship – Billions in spend from health to oil to military RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, May 20, (Agencies): President Donald Trump, in the …

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Amir arrives for Riyadh summit

KUWAIT CITY, May 20, (KUNA): His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al- Jaber Al-Sabah and a delegation accompanying him arrived in King Salman Air …

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French researchers rush WannaCry ‘fix’

FRANKFURT, May 20, (RTRS): French researchers said on Friday they had found a lastchance way for technicians to save Windows files encrypted by WannaCry, racing …

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Beijing denies US plane intercept

BEIJING, May 20, (Agencies): China has denied US allegations that two Chinese fighter jets acted unprofessionally in intercepting an American military plane earlier this week, …

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Harsh sentences for IS sympathizers – 8 jailed in Brazil

RIO DE JANEIRO, May 20, (AP): After months of trading messages on social media praising violence by the Islamic State militant group, Leonid El Kadre …

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Saudis to build own missile capability

Riyadh launches Saudi Arabian Military Industries … SAMI to localise 50 percent of military spend U.S. STICKS TO IRAN N-DEAL … SANCTIONS BALLISTICS RIYADH, May …

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Rouhani looks to beat cleric Raisi – Foreign funds eye to gain foothold

TEHRAN, Iran, May 18, (Agencies): Iranian President Hassan Rouhani staked his political future on opening Iran ever so slightly to the outside world and overcoming …

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Australian tax official charged in $123 million fraud probe

A senior Australian tax bureaucrat and two of his children are among 10 people charged in connection with a sophisticated tax fraud that police say …

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‘Interference with internal policies’ – Manila rejects EU aid

MANILA, May 18, (AFP): The Philippines said Thursday it would refuse European Union grants that “interfered” with its internal affairs, following the bloc’s repeated criticism …

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