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Daily Archives: October 24, 2016

Iran, EU ‘to hold general talks in Brussels’

Iran’s Foreign Ministry says an Iranian delegation composed of deputy foreign ministers are to hold general talks with European Union (EU) officials in Brussels in December. Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi announced the prospective negotiations on Monday, saying the talks will cover a range of issues, possibly human rights, but asserted ...

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US may attempt ‘regime change’ in Philippines: Ron Paul

The United States might try to topple the government of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte using the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) after his announcement of “separation” from the United States, according to Ron Paul, former US congressman and presidential candidate. The veteran American politician and political commentator made the remarks in ...

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70 Daesh-aligned terrorists killed in Egyptian air raids

At least 70 Takfiri terrorists have been killed and 70 more wounded in Egyptian Air Force raids in the country’s restive Sinai Peninsula. During a series of predawn attacks, Egyptian fighter jets hit positions held by the Daesh-aligned Velayat Sinai terrorist group in the village of Bolus, said Egyptian security forces ...

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Clinton denounces Trump as ‘sore loser’

US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has denounced her Republican rival Donald Trump as a “sore loser” over his refusal to commit to accepting the results of the November election. During his final presidential debate with Clinton last week, Trump declared that he might not accept the results of the November ...

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Syrian army liberates strategic hilltop in militant-held parts of Aleppo

Syrian government soldiers, backed by fighters from popular defense groups, have managed to liberate a strategic high ground in the city of Aleppo from the clutches of foreign-sponsored militants amid attempts to flush the extremists out of the strategic northwestern city. Military sources told the official news agency, SANA, that the government troops took the ...

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Over 30 Turkish diplomats, families seek asylum in Germany

Nearly three dozen Turkish diplomats and family members have claimed asylum in Germany over alleged affiliation to the network of US-based opposition leader Fethullah Gulen, whom the government in Ankara claims to have masterminded the failed July 15 coup attempt. German Interior Ministry spokesman Johannes Dimroth announced on Monday that 35 Turkish diplomatic ...

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