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Turkey dismissals violating people’s basic rights: UN

A panel of UN human rights experts has blasted Turkey for violating people’s rights to work and education through dismissals made possible under a state of emergency declared following last year’s failed military coup. The experts condemned the Turkish government’s dismissal of up to 134,000 public servants, including teachers, on suspicion ...

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Iran’s Missile Program, JCPOA Totally Unrelated: Spokesman

TEHRAN – Iran’s Foreign Ministry said the country’s missile tests have nothing to do with the 2015 nuclear agreement between Tehran and world powers, stressing that the launches do not violate UN Security Council Resolution 2231, either. “The Islamic Republic of Iran emphasizes that its defense missile program is in ...

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US military developing futuristic weapon

The US military has set eyes on a super-weapon which makes use of kinetic energy to dramatically increase the impact of the chemical explosives its warheads carry. The Kinetic Energy Projectile (KEP), or more simply the railgun, features a tungsten-based warhead which can reach more than three times the speed ...

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Kim murder suspects appear in Malaysia court, trial postponed

Two women accused of murdering North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s exiled half-brother in Malaysia have appeared at a court. Handcuffed and wearing bullet-proof vests, Indonesian Siti Aishah, 25, and Doan Thi Huong, 28, from Vietnam, were carried by two separate police convoys to the Sepang magistrate’s court near the capital, ...

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