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Macron ‘president’ – Le Pen concedes

PARIS, May 7, (AFP): Pro-European centrist Emmanuel Macron resoundingly won France’s landmark presidential election on Sunday, first estimates showed, defeating farright leader Marine Le Pen …

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82 Chibok girls freed – Detained extremists swap

ABUJA, Nigeria, May 7, (AP): Nigeria’s president said he will meet with 82 Chibok schoolgirls freed this weekend after being kidnapped three years ago by …

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Group explains dark side of Israel’s rule

German president seeks to end row with Israel TEL AVIV, Israel, May 7, (Agencies): Former Israeli combat soldiers who were thrust into the center of …

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6,000 migrants rescued in two days

Refugee orchestra blends diverse musical influences ROME, May 7, (AFP): Some 6,000 migrants hoping to head to Europe were rescued in the Mediterranean on Friday …

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Massive US-Saudi arms sale in works

Billions in spend ahead of Trump visit WASHINGTON, May 6, (RTRS): Washington is working to push through contracts for tens of billions of dollars in …

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Twin Manila blasts kill 2 – ‘No signs of terror’

MANILA, May 6, (AFP): Two explosions in the Philippine capital on Saturday night killed two people and injured six others, police said, just over a …

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Allies urged to do more against terror

Avoid costly, open-ended military commitment: Trump strategy WASHINGTON, May 6, (RTRS): A draft of President Donald Trump’s new counterterrorism strategy demands that US allies shoulder …

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Macron blasts huge hacking attack

Le Pen says she ‘changed everything’ PARIS, May 6, (Agencies): French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron’s team blasted a “massive and coordinated hacking attack” against his …

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200 students hospitalised – Death penalty upheld

NEW DELHI, May 6, (Agencies): India’s top court on Friday upheld death sentences against four men who fatally gang raped a woman on board a …

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Trump vows to broker ‘peace’ – No new policies for long-shot bid

WASHINGTON, May 4, (Agencies): US President Donald Trump vowed on Wednesday to do “whatever is necessary” to broker peace between Israel and the Palestinians as …

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