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US making billions in arms sales to Europeans

The United States is making billions of dollars in American arms sales to European nations by raising the specter of Russian aggression, according to a report.   The weapons deliveries are part of the Donald Trump administration’s wider plans to confront Russia in the region, CNN reported on Saturday. The ...

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Iran FM rejects all US conditions for JCPOA

(Web Desk) – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has rejected as “improper” the conditions set by the United States for upholding the 2015 multilateral nuclear agreement, urging Washington to immediately fulfill its commitments under the deal. “A party to a multilateral agreement cannot set conditions for the deal. They ...

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China urges US to stop ‘mistaken actions’ on North Korea

(Web Desk) – China has warned the United States that its wrong policies on North Korea could seriously undermine cooperation between Beijing and Washington to contain Pyongyang’s weapons program. China’s Foreign Ministry issued a statement Saturday calling new US sanctions on North Korea part of “mistaken actions” that could further ...

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France’s #MeToo: 1 in 8 women raped

An opinion poll shows that one in every eight French women has been raped at least once in her lifetime, as French women increasingly break their silence in the their own version of the #MeToo campaign. #MeToo started on Twitter in the wake of unnerving revelations over the recent months of sexual ...

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South Korea police nabs Canada athlete for stealing car

(Web Desk) -Police in South Korea have charged a Canadian athlete taking part in the Winter Olympics Games with stealing a car. The yet-unidentified athlete, his wife, and manager had gotten into an unlocked vehicle that had been left unoccupied with the engine running in PyeongChang, according to a Saturday ...

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Iran to export first wheat cargo to Indonesia

(Muslim Times Web Desk)- Iran plans its first ever wheat shipment to Indonesia in a turnaround after years of being a major importer of the strategic staple crop. Reports on Saturday quoted Iran’s commercial attache to Indonesia Anvar Kamari as saying that a cargo of Iranian wheat will head to ...

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