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Iran lodges protest with US over killing of Iranian youth

Iran has filed an official note of protest with the Swiss embassy in Tehran, which represents US interests, over the “violent and unacceptable” move by the US police to kill an Iranian man in the US state of Virginia. “The Islamic Republic of Iran officially protested to the US government against ...

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Militants kill UN peacekeeper in Central African Republic

Christian militiamen killed a Mauritanian UN peacekeeper in an attack on a camp for displaced people in a Central African Republic diamond-mining town on Monday, the United Nations mission there said. Fighters armed with AK-47s and makeshift weapons also wounded one Zambian and two Mauritanian peacekeepers during the 90-minute gunfight ...

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Syria govt. still unsure to participate in Geneva talks

A source close to the Syrian government says Damascus is still unsure whether to participate in the eighth round of the UN-mediated peace talks in Geneva. “For the time being there has been no final decision. Damascus is still thinking about the feasibility of its participation,” the government source, speaking ...

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Kushner claims against Iran rooted in US desperation: Qassemi

Iran has dismissed as baseless allegations leveled by US President Donald Trump’s senior advisor and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, against the Islamic Republic, saying such claims are rooted in the desperation, dismay and frustration of the US officials. “If it were not for the recent attempts and sacrifices of the Islamic Republic ...

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Israeli forces shoot, injure Palestinian man in West Bank

The Tel Aviv regime forces have shot and injured a Palestinian man during clashes between local villagers and Israeli settlers in the occupied West Bank. The Palestinian Health Ministry confirmed on Monday that the man with chest injuries was brought to Rafidya hospital in Nablus in serious condition and was ...

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President ‘cannot obstruct justice’: Trump lawyer

Donald Trump’s attorney, John Dowd, has said that a president cannot obstruct justice, following a Senate investigation into connections between Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia. The probe warns that it is considering a case of obstruction of justice against the US president. The “president cannot obstruct justice because he is the ...

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