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Venezuela government, opposition make progress in talks

The government and opposition in Venezuela have made some progress in reconciliation negotiations, agreeing to the establishment of a commission by “friendly countries” to help manage a political and economic crisis in the country. The two sides had been holding exploratory negotiations led by the Dominican Republic’s President Danilo Medina ...

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Trump signs resolution condemning white supremacists

US President Donald Trump has signed a resolution condemning white supremacists following violence at a demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month. “As Americans, we condemn the recent violence in Charlottesville and oppose hatred, bigotry, and racism in all forms,” Trump said in a statement released by the White House on ...

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North Korea fires missile over Japan’s Hokkaido Island

North Korea has fired yet another missile over Japan, Japanese and Korean media say, a few hours after Pyongyang threatened to “sink” its south eastern neighbor. The missile launch from Pyongyang on early Friday prompted officials to ask people in the Japanese island of Hokkaido to take shelter, local media ...

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US flip-flop on Iran deal in line with Israel policies: Analyst

A political analyst says pro-Israeli politicians in the US decision-making structure are making an issue of the peaceful nuclear program of independent countries such as Iran.  In an interview with Press TV on Thursday, John Steppling touched on the presence of hardline pro-Israeli figures on the Trump administration, saying they see Iran standing in the ...

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