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Kyrgyz government resigns after parliamentary coalition breakup

The government of President Almazbek Atambayev in Kyrgyzstan has resigned shortly after his party broke up with the ruling majority coalition in the parliament. Atambayev signed a decree on his government’s resignation on Wednesday, the president’s website announced. He said the government’s resignation was due to the collapse of the coalition of the ...

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OPEC facing its ‘hardest’ times in history

OPEC is at its hardest stage in history as oil producing members are struggling to build consensus around the need to trim production and stabilize the market, its chief Mohammed Barkindo says.  “OPEC has gone through good times and conditions for more than half a century and hard ones too, ...

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Clinton policy on Syria would lead to WW III: Trump

US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton’s policy towards Syria would “lead to World War III”, arguing that the Democratic nominee would drag the US into an armed confrontation with Russia. Trump made the warning in an interview with Reuters on Tuesday, following Clinton’s proposal for the establishment ...

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UN food agency warns of child malnutrition in Yemen

The United Nations food agency has warned that the malnutrition resulting from Saudi Arabia’s aggression against Yemen may end up crippling a whole generation. “Hunger is increasing every day and people have exhausted all their survival strategies. Millions of people cannot survive without external assistance,” said the World Food Program’s ...

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IS militants kill 30 in central Afghanistan: official

KABUL: Militants linked to the Islamic State group killed around 30 civilians, including children, in the central Afghan province of Ghor, the local government said Wednesday. The incident occurred late Tuesday north of the provincial capital Firoz Koh, with the government calling it a revenge attack after a local IS commander ...

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