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Iranian police form special division for children, young adults

Iranian police have formed a special division to address issues pertaining to juvenile delinquency, police official say. Tehran Police Chief Brigadier General Hossein Sajedi Nia said on Monday that the special police for children and young adults was established based on a new law governing Iran’s criminal courts. As of ...

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2015 political events at a glance

Iran’s nuclear agreement with six world powers, reopening of the UK embassy in Tehran, Iran’s defense capabilities, Mina stampede and Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei’s letter made the year 2015 a hectic one for Iran. The marathon negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 group of world powers have ...

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Burundi peace talks start amid divisions, protests

Burundi’s government and opposition kicked off peace talks on Monday, though one senior member of the state delegation almost immediately threatened to pull out if he saw participants in a failed coup on the other side of the table. Regional powers called both sides to Uganda for discussions to end ...

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Anti-Iran language by GOP ‘typed up in Netanyahu’s office

US Senate Republicans’ attempt to prevent President Barack Obama from lifting the Iran sanctions is politically motivated and spearheaded by the Israeli lobby in the United States, says a political analyst in Texas. New legislation, introduced by Senator Kelly Ayotte (R-NH), is aiming to force Obama to provide a wide-ranging ...

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Football: Man Utd give Van Gaal respite in Chelsea draw

MANCHESTER (AFP) – Manchester United bought beleaguered manager Louis van Gaal a measure of respite with an improved display in Monday s 0-0 draw at home to under-performing Premier League champions Chelsea. Van Gaal previously admitted that he was contemplating leaving Old Trafford after a wretched slump in form, but although ...

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Aisamul Haq to leave for participation in Australian Open

LAHORE – National tennis star Aisamul Haq Qureshi will leave for Australia on Wednesday to participate inAustralian Open. Haq paid a visit to Pakistan Sweet Homes (PSH) and inaugurated tennis court at the site to promote sports among the youth. While talking to the media, he said that his partner in ...

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Protests in US over Tamir Rice ‘no indictment’ decision

Americans have taken to the streets to protest against a decision by a grand jury in Ohio not to indict a white officer for killing an African American boy last year. In Cleveland, protesters gathered outside the Cudell Recreation Center on the city’s west side Monday after officer Timothy Loehmann ...

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Boko Haram kills over 50 people in two days of attacks

KANO (AFP) – Over 50 people were killed in a 48-hour wave of attacks blamed on Boko Haram jihadists in northeastern Nigeria, sources said Monday, days ahead of the government s deadline to stamp out the group. Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari pledged to end the insurgency by December 31, saying Thursday ...

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