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Israel tests rocket propulsion system: Report

Israel has launched a rocket to test a new propulsion system, with military officials refusing to say whether it was successful or not. In a brief statement on Monday, the military said the test was “arranged in advance by the security services and was carried out as planned.” Eyewitnesses said it ...

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‘Zionist entity obstacle in way of Mideast peace’

The Israeli regime has once again raised controversy by holding a cabinet meeting in the tunnels running under the al-Aqsa Mosque as well as ratifying a cable-car project in the occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds. Commenting on Tel Aviv’s latest provocations, author and political analyst from Idaho, Mark Glenn, said, “There ...

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Brazilians demand President Temer’s resignation

Demonstrators gathered at Rio de Janeiro’s Copacabana Beach on Sunday for a rally against Brazilian President Michel Temer that will feature musical performances from Brazilian artists, including Caetano Veloso and Criolo. The demonstration was organized by Rio Pelas Diretas Ja, or Rio for Direct Elections Now, which promoted the #DiretasJa ...

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Iran asks Turkey for explanation over deaths of border guards

Iran says it has asked for explanation from Turkey after a cross-border attack left two Iranian border guards dead on Saturday.   “The subject has been announced to the Turkish government through diplomatic channels and we are awaiting their response,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi told a weekly news briefing in Tehran Monday. ...

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Military op continues against Daesh in southern Philippines

In the southern Philippines, heavy fighting continues between military forces and Daesh militants, who have taken positions in urban areas and are facing a government operation to drive them out. Street-to-street battles and a military bombing campaign in Marawi, one of the biggest Muslim cities in the country, continued on Monday. ...

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Donald Trump losing ground in the polls

Prospects are fading for US President Donald Trump to get a big boost at home from his first foreign trip as two new polls show his approval rating stagnating or declining and doubts rising about his credibility. Fifty-four percent of voters say Trump is abusing the powers of his office, ...

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Germany may withdraw troops from Turkey within 2 weeks

Germany, by mid-June, will decide whether to pull out its troops from Turkey after Ankara in a controversial move refused to grant German lawmakers access to a key NATO base on its soil near Syria, an official says. “We’re still holding talks with the Turkish side about Incirlik [air force ...

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Libya’s Derna bombarded again: Witnesses

Warplanes have reportedly launched airstrikes on the Libyan city of Derna, days after Egyptian jets pounded alleged terrorist training camps in the city. According to the residents who witnessed the airstrikes, one attack hit the western entrance to Derna, in eastern Libya, and the other two hit Dahr al-Hamar, in ...

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8 killed in Mississippi shooting spree, suspect in custody

Police in the US state of Mississippi have arrested a man accused of shooting dead eight people, including a sheriff’s deputy. Willie Cory Godbolt, 35, was arrested after shootouts in three separate homes in Lincoln County on Saturday night, authorities said. Mississippi Bureau of Investigation spokesman Warren Strain said police ...

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