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Chemical arsenals threat to global peace, security: Iran envoy

A senior Iranian official has held certain countries liable for the use of chemical weapons by terrorist groups in Syria and Iraq, warning that chemical arsenals are a threat to global peace and security. “There is no doubt that the remaining chemical arsenals belonging to both states parties and non-parties can endanger global peace ...

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Ex-Trump aide Flynn pleads guilty to lying about Russia links

US President Donald Trump’s former national security advisor, Michael Flynn, has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Russia. The 58-year-old Flynn — a retired three-star Army general – pleaded guilty on Friday to one charge of making false statements to investigators,  hours after the Justice ...

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Houthi leader urges dialog amid rift

The leader of Yemen’s popular Houthi Ansarullah movement, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, has urged dialog toward the resolution of standing differences with former president Ali Abdullah Saleh and the forces loyal to him. Speaking in a televised address on Saturday, Houthi said there had to be negotiations between the two sides to close the ...

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North Korea celebrates latest ICBM test-launch

North Korea has held events celebrating the country’s latest successful long-range missile test, with display of fireworks in public squares across the capital Pyongyang. State media outlets on Saturday published photographs showing thousands of people and soldiers celebrating in Pyongyang’s Kim Il-Sung Square, which was decorated with large portraits of ...

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Senior army commander rules out negotiations on Iran missile program

A senior commander of the Iranian Armed Forces says the Islamic Republic vehemently rejects any request for negotiations about its missile capability. “Our country’s defense prowess, as the main deterrent against the enemies of the Islamic Revolution, will always be on the path to progress,” Deputy Chief of Staff of ...

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