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Daily Archives: August 6, 2015

Iran nuclear conclusion widening rift between US, Israel

Nuclear conclusion reached between Iran and P5+1 has widened division between the US and its main ally in the Middle East, Israel. Addressing American people, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed that the nuclear conclusion gives Iran two paths to obtain a nuclear bomb. This comes as the US President Barak ...

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Evacuation urged in central Myanmar amid flood risk

Myanmar’s president has called for the evacuation of people from low-lying areas in central Myanmar, where the Irrawaddy River is likely to breach embankments amid heavy rainfall. President Thein Sein warned on Thursday that areas near the Irrawaddy were at risk as the river is rising to the “above danger ...

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More Americans view racism as huge problem: Poll

A growing number of Americans view racism as a significant problem in the United States and say the country needs to continue making changes to give blacks equal rights with whites, according to a new survey. Currently, 50 percent of people in the US say that racism is a “big ...

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8 suspected militants killed in Kurram agency

PESHAWAR: Eight suspected militants were killed in clashes with security forces in Kurram Agency on Thursday. Official sources said that the militants ambushed a patrol of security forces in Kurram Agency which injured one security official. The security forces responded to the attack with retaliatory fire and killed eight of ...

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5 people arrested in Mali over deadly attack

Malian security forces have detained five people over their involvement in a deadly attack north of the African country. The individuals were arrested near the site of the incident in Gourma-Rharous, said Malian army spokesman Colonel Souleymane Maiga on Wednesday. The people are suspected of being affiliated with a militant group called al-Qaeda in the ...

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Saudi warplanes pound civilian targets in NW Yemen

Saudi warplanes have carried out attacks against civilian targets in the northwestern Yemeni province of Sa’ada. According to reports on Thursday, Saudi assaults targeted a girls’ school and several residential blocks in the town of Zahyan in Sa’ada. Saudi warplanes also pounded the Baqim and Kitaf regions in Sa’ada, the reports ...

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Sanctions crumble in Europe’s rush to Iran

With American political leaders hunkered in a bitter dispute over whether to embrace the Iran nuclear accord, the Europeans are snapping up trade deals, pending the removal of sanctions to start full-fledged business relationship.  European ministers and business owners are making a beeline to Tehran in quest for new opportunities ...

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Rejection of Iran deal would lead to war, warns Obama

WHATSAPP   6 COMMENTS  EMAIL  PRINT WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama warned on Wednesday that “some form of war” would be inevitable if Congress blocks the Iran nuclear deal next month. In a policy speech at the American University, Washington, Mr Obama also warned that blocking the deal would accelerate ...

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