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US forces to ‘stay’ in Syria for decades: militia allies

Canberra says infamous Aussie IS fighter ‘likely’ dead AIN ISSA, Syria, Aug 17, (Agencies): Washington’s main Syrian ally in the fight against Islamic State says …

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Muslim-baiter Hanson wears burqa in Australia’s Senate

Australian anti-immigration politician Pauline Hanson caused a furore Thursday when she entered the Senate wearing a full burqa, earning a blistering rebuke from the country’s …

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Kuwait bids farewell to Abdulredha – Actor immortalized with commemorative stamps

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 16, (KUNA): Despite scorching heat and summer-end high humidity, waves of nationals and residents on Wednesday gathered at the funeral of the …

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Arab boycott adds woes to Qatar expatriate workers – Land border closure raises food prices

DOHA, Aug 16, (RTRS): An Arab embargo on Qatar is inflicting pain on foreign migrant workers struggling amid an oil slump and disruption of deliveries …

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Philippines’ new gen of communist rebels

AT A GUERRILLA CAMP, Philippines, Aug 16, (Agencies): A kerosene lamp flickers beside a Macbook in a jungle camp as ageing Philippine communist leader Jaime …

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‘Black money’ crackdown – India ups scrutiny of shell firms

NEW DELHI/KOLKATA, Aug 16, (RTRS): When India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi banned high-denomination currency bills in a surprise move late last year, authorities noticed a …

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Home of Palestinian who killed 3 razed

Israel builds wall after Gaza tunnel trauma KOBAR, Aug 16, (Agencies): Israeli forces demolished the home on Wednesday of a Palestinian who fatally stabbed three …

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Imam of Grand Mosque one of 2 Kuwaiti clerics martyred on mission to promote moderate Islam KUWAIT CITY, Aug 15, (Agencies): His Highness the Amir Sheikh …

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Qatar laments Gulf trust lost

DOHA, Aug 15, (Agencies): Qatar’s foreign minister said Tuesday it will take a “lot of time” to rebuild any trust between sparring Gulf countries because …

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‘India will fight threats’ – Reject violence in name of religion: Modi

NEW DELHI, Aug 15, (Agencies): India is strong enough to defend its borders against any threat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in an Independence Day …

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