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Clashes in Central African Republic leave dozen dead

At least a dozen people have lost their lives after gunmen carried out attacks in the southern Basse-Kotto Prefecture of the Central African Republic (CAR). “On Sunday and Monday, gunmen claiming to be anti-Balaka attacked a herdsmen’s camp in the village of Malegbassa in the Zangba commune to steal their cows, killing four people ...

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US jets getting ready to fly out of bases In Turkey: Pentagon

American fighter jets will be flying over the Syrian territory within days in the wake of the Turkish government’s green-light to the Pentagon to fly manned aircraft out of airbases in the country. Pentagon spokesman Capt. Jeff Davis said on Thursday that preparations are underway to bring manned aircraft to ...

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Six dead in latest train accident in India

NEW DELHI: A train crushed six people, including three children, to death in eastern India on Thursday in the second accident this week to hit the nation’s crumbling rail network, a police officer said. The train ran over the pedestrians as they were crossing the tracks at a village in ...

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US has globalist, imperialist foreign policy: Analyst

An American political analyst in Virginia says the United Sates has a globalist and imperialist foreign policy, while China has an isolationist and xenophobic approach towards foreign policy.   “China and the United States are polar opposite in terms of their foreign policy orientation. The United Sates has a very internationalist, ...

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Ban resolves to work for nuclear-free world

UNITED NATIONS: United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon expressed his determination to advance the goal of achieving a world “free of the nuclear shadow” in a message on Thursday to mark the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of the Japanese city of Hiroshima. “Seven decades after the first use ...

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Clashes in Central African Republic leave dozen dead

At least a dozen people have lost their lives after gunmen carried out attacks in the southern Basse-Kotto Prefecture of the Central African Republic (CAR). “On Sunday and Monday, gunmen claiming to be anti-Balaka attacked a herdsmen’s camp in the village of Malegbassa in the Zangba commune to steal their cows, killing four people ...

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Israeli settler leader calls for setting churches alight

An Israeli settler leader has called for arson attacks to be carried out against churches, media reports say. Benzi Gopstein, the head of the extremist Lehava organization, made the remarks Thursday during a panel discussion, addressing students studying traditional religion. When asked if he thought churches should be set ablaze, he replied ...

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Iran to unveil new oil contracts in London

Iran will introduce its new oil contracts to a London conference planned for December as the country seeks to boost recovery from its fields with the help of foreign companies, Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh says.   Energy officials have said Iran has identified nearly 50 oil and gas projects worth ...

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