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Maldives allows foreigners to buy land for first time

Maldivian President Abdulla Yameen has approved a law passed by the country’s parliament allowing foreign ownership of land for the first time. Yameen signed the new legislation on Thursday after lawmakers approved it the previous day. Those who want to buy land in the Maldives must invest more than USD ...

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Seven tortured bodies found in Mexico’s Guerrero

Officials in Mexico say seven bodies with signs of torture have been discovered in the country’s violence-plagued southern state of Guerrero. A statement from Guerrero’s prosecutor’s office said Thursday that the bodies, including a decapitated one, were all male and were discovered in the Zitlala township. The corpses had “visible ...

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Turkish warplanes carry out airstrikes in Syria

The Turkish government has confirmed that its warplanes have launched attacks on targets inside neighboring Syria said to be the positions of ISIL Takfiri terrorists. On Friday, a government statement said that three F-16 fighter jets had departed from the Diyarbakir Airbase, located in southeastern Turkey. The statement also said that the ...

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Saudi airstrikes in Yemen claim lives of three civilians

At least three people have been killed in Yemen as Saudi Arabia keeps bombarding the impoverished Arab country incessantly. According to the latest media reports on Thursday, at least two Yemeni civilians were killed in the Saudi airstrikes on the western province of Dhamar. A Yemeni individual was also killed and ...

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Time ripe for Iran, France to bolster cooperation: Rouhani

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says time is ripe for Tehran and Paris to bolster their cooperation in different fields especially in the area of fighting terrorism in the region. Rouhani made the remarks in a telephone conversation with his French counterpart, Francois Hollande, on Thursday, underscoring the enormous potential that Iran and France have for ...

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500,000 Palestinian children may miss school this year: UN

The United Nations has warned that some 500,000 Palestinian children may be kept out of school due to limited funding from donor countries. ​Schools run by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) will not be able to reopen in the autumn due to a shortage of ...

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