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Thailand asks Britain to extradite former PM

(AFP) -Thailand’s junta wants Britain to extradite ousted leader Yingluck Shinawatra, according to a recent request seen by AFP, in a move denounced as “political.” Yingluck, whose elected government was toppled in a 2014 coup, fled the country in August 2017 after being charged over her government’s failed rice policy. ...

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Colombian government, ELN rebels fail to agree ceasefire

(AFP) – Outgoing Colombia President Juan Manuel Santos admitted defeat on Wednesday after failing to secure a ceasefire with ELN Marxist guerrillas before handing over the reins to hardline right-wing successor Ivan Duque next week. “We hope that the next government decides to continue” negotiating with the ELN, the last ...

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Court orders release of top UK Islamophobic figure

MuslimTimes(Web Desk) – Tommy Robinson, known as the top Islamphobic and anti-refugee activist in entire Britain, has been released from jail amid calls for his freedom in alt-right camp in the United States and the far-right figures in other countries. UK media reported that Robinson, the founder of the English ...

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Murray outfights Edmund, Zverevs to meet at Washington

WASHINGTON (AFP) – Three-time Grand Slam winner Andy Murray collected the biggest victory of his injury comeback Wednesday at the ATP and WTA Washington Open while defending champion Alexander Zverev booked a matchup with his older brother. Murray, sidelined by a right hip injury for 11 months until returning in ...

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