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Libya unity govt. condemns French military presence

The unity government in Libya has condemned the presence of French military forces in the country following the revelation that such forces are operating on the ground in Libya. The revelation came on Wednesday, when the French Defense Ministry confirmed the death of three of its soldiers who it said ...

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Uganda army evacuates 38,000 people from South Sudan

The Ugandan army has evacuated 38,000 civilians trapped by battles in South Sudan’s capital of Juba since July 15, a military spokesman says. “The total number of civilians evacuated from South Sudan by road under protection of the UPDF (Uganda People’s Defense Force) since the start of the operation has ...

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China hits back at US Republican Party

China has urged the US Republican Party not to continue leveling “groundless accusations” against Beijing, saying the party is interfering in China’s domestic affairs. In an English-language statement released on Thursday, China’s Foreign Ministry said a document published by the US Republican Party contained “accusations about China on issues related to Taiwan, ...

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Ted Cruz refuses to endorse Trump at Republican convention

US Senator Ted Cruz has refused to endorse Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in his speech at the party’s convention, showing further division among party members over Trump’s nomination. Cruz received a standing ovation as he took the stage on the third day of the Republican National Convention on Wednesday. ...

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Muslim in US voters launch anti-Trump campaign

Muslim leaders in the United States have begun to register a million voters to help combat Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s rhetoric against Muslims. According to the leaders, Muslim voters could influence results in so-called swing states, such as Virginia and Florida, which are very important in the November presidential ...

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Britian not to begin talks on leaving EU in 2016: May

British Prime Minister Theresa May says her government will not begin negotiations on leaving the European Union (EU) this year. During her first foreign trip since taking office, May told German Chancellor Angela Merkel that she needed time to prepare for a “sensible and orderly departure.” “We will not invoke ...

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