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Daily Archives: September 9, 2017

Iran FM urges swift UN action on Rohingya crisis

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has warned about the continuation of the ongoing crackdown on Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, urging the international community and the United Nations in particular to take swift action to end the crisis. “It is expected that the United Nations act swiftly and undertake all necessary ...

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Syrian forces flush Daesh terrorists from town near Dayr al-Zawr

Syrian army forces, backed by allied fighters from popular defense groups, have established control over al-Shoula town near the eastern city of Dayr al-Zawr, whose nearly three-year-long siege, imposed by Daesh Takfiri terrorists, has recently been broken by government forces. Syria’s official news agency, SANA, citing an unnamed military source, reported ...

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Headmistress Helen Haslem comes all out for Prince George

The well-dressed four-year-old future king of the United Kingdom has received special treatment from the headmistress of Thomas’ Battersea School while many other British students received detention from school administrations across Britain for lacking proper uniform. The young Prince George, who was wearing a £370 uniform, started his first day ...

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Japan conducts air exercise with US over East China Sea

The Japanese military has conducted a joint aerial combat drill with the United States over the East China Sea amid escalating tensions on the Korean Peninsula. Japan’s Air Self Defense Force (ASDF) said Saturday that the military drill involved two Japanese F-15 jet fighters joining two US Air Force B-1B ...

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