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Boxer Amir Khan attacked in Boston

A group of men chased Amir Khan’s car and attacked him after both parties confronted each other. BOLTON  – British boxer Amir Khan got himself in trouble when his Range Rover got involved in a road collision with another car, and group of men chased him down through Bolton streets ...

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China naval group to berth at Iran port

A Chinese naval group is to berth in southern Iran as Tehran and Beijing maintain their determination to enhance naval cooperation, the Iranian Navy has announced. The Chinese Navy flotilla comprises two battle cruisers, a support vessel, and a helicopter, the Iranian Navy’s Public Relations Department said. It said the ...

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Yemeni retaliatory attack leaves four Saudi soldiers dead

At least four Saudi soldiers have been killed when Yemeni army soldiers and fighters from allied Popular Committees launched an attack against a border crossing in Saudi Arabia’s southwestern border region of Asir as they continue their retaliatory raids against Riyadh regime’s aerial bombardment campaign. An unnamed military source, speaking ...

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Iran will never tolerate Saudi warmongering: Leader’s adviser

A senior Iranian official says the comments by “inexperienced” Saudi diplomats against the Islamic Republic show their ignorance about Iran and the region, stressing that Tehran will never tolerate Riyadh’s warmongering policies. “The problem that Saudi Arabia has been grappling with over the recent years is the callowness and inexperience of ...

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Sessions says has no knowledge Trump-Russia collusion

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he has no knowledge of collusion between US President Donald Trump and Russia. Sessions made the comments as he appeared at a hearing Tuesday to answer questions about Russia’s alleged efforts to help Trump win the 2016 presidential election. The attorney general vowed to ...

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Landslides kill 147 in Bangladesh, northeast India

At least 147 people have been killed in Bangladesh and neighboring regions of northeast India after heavy rains triggered a series of landslides and flooded swaths of land over the past two days, officials say. The densely-populated Bangladesh is battered by storms, floods, and landslides every rainy season. The latest ...

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