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President Obama warns on Iraq war scenario for Iran

US President Barack Obama has called on his Democratic allies to support his nuclear agreement with Iran, saying opponents are spending millions of dollars in order to sabotage the deal and try to make another war. “As big of a bully pulpit as I have, it’s not enough,” Obama said ...

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1st T20: Tanvir, Akmal star as Pakistan down Sri Lanka

COLOMBO: Umar Akmal smashed 46 off 24 balls and Sohail Tanvir grabbed three wickets as Pakistan beat top-ranked Sri Lanka by 29 runs in the first Twenty20 international in Colombo on Thursday. Pakistan piled up 175-5 after electing to bat and then restricted the reigning World Twenty20 champions to 146-7 ...

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Trade unions back Corbyn

The battle for the Labour leadership in the United Kingdom is gathering pace in the wake of a defeat during the 2015 general elections. The surprise candidate Jeremy Corbyn is the frontrunner. 

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Mexico truck accident kills 23 pilgrims

At least 23 people have been killed in north-central Mexico after a truck lost its brakes and rammed into a crowd of Christian pilgrims. The deadly incident occurred on Wednesday on the main road in the town of Mazapil in the state of Zacatecas. “We have a total of 23 dead, ...

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China, Russia to hold joint military drills in Sea of Japan

China and Russia are set to hold joint military exercises in the airspace and waters of the Sea of Japan as part of the growing defense cooperation between the two countries. Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman Yang Yujun told reporters in Beijing on Thursday that an eight-day drill will be conducted on ...

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Chad parliament mulling anti-terrorism bill

Chadian lawmakers have been discussing a controversial bill to counter terrorism after attacks by the Boko Haram Takfiri group. The lawmakers, which were debating the anti-terror bill for hours, could not come to a decision by Thursday evening. The anti-terror legislation has already been approved by the government, but it needs parliamentary approval to become law. ...

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Landslides kill 29 in Nepal

KATHMANDU: Landslides triggered by heavy rains in quake-hit Nepal killed at least 29 people on Thursday, sweeping away homes and leaving more than a dozen missing. Rescuers are still searching through rubble for around 15 more people believed missing in the western district of Kaski in the foothills of the ...

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