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Iran Navy unveils new achievements

Iran’s Navy has unveiled new technological achievements in the areas of naval defense, including advanced radar systems and defensive weapons. The inauguration took place during an official ceremony with Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari in attendance on Tuesday. The achievements comprised a Towing Tank Project aimed at building a model ...

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Venezuela rejects suspension from Mercosur trade bloc

Venezuela has lambasted its suspension from the South American economic bloc Mercosur as a “coup” launched against Caracas.  “This is a coup d’etat to Mercosur and constitutes a very grave attack on Venezuela,” said Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez at a press conference on Friday, adding that she does not recognize ...

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Morocco quits Africa-Arab summit in Equatorial Guinea

Morocco has quit the fourth Africa-Arab World Summit in Equatorial Guinea in protest against the presence of a delegation from the Polisario Front, a group seeking the independence of Western Sahara. The Moroccan delegation made the decision to walk out of the summit in Malabo on Wednesday to protest “the ...

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Mine explosion kills 21 in NE China, sole survivor struggles for life

Nearly two dozen people have been confirmed dead in a Chinese coal mine blast, three days after they were trapped underground following an explosion, state media say. The blast, whose cause still remains unknown, occurred at a private mine in Qitaihe city in the northeastern province of Heilongjiang late on Tuesday, trapping ...

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South Korean president loses ruling party support

The ruling party in South Korea has taken a unanimous approach to call on embattled President Park Geun-hye to resign in April next year over an influence peddling scandal. The ruling Saenuri Party withdrew support for the president on Thursday, two days after the South Korean president expressed willingness to ...

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