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Iraqis clash with police in Basra over living conditions

 (Reuters) – Iraqi protesters took to the streets in Basra on Friday and tried to break into the provincial government headquarters to protest against corruption and poor public services. The protesters, who were chanting anti-government slogans, destroyed part of the building’s outer wall and hurled petrol bombs inside the precincts. ...

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US ends funding for UN Palestinian refugee agency

WASHINGTON (AFP) – The United States announced it was halting funding for the United Nations  agency for Palestinian refugees Friday after declaring the organization was “irredeemably flawed.” Washington has long been the UN Relief and Works Agency s (UNRWA) largest donor but is “no longer willing to shoulder the very ...

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US accuses China of ‘super aggressive’ spy campaign on LinkedIn

Muslim Times(Web Desk) -The United States has accused Chinese intelligence agencies of using fake LinkedIn accounts in a bid to recruit US citizens who have access to government and commercial secrets. In an exclusive interview with Reuters, William Evanina, the US counter-intelligence chief, said that intelligence and law enforcement officials ...

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US-Canada going to the wire in NAFTA talks

WASHINGTON (AF) – Canada and the United States were set to go down to the wire Friday to reach a deal overhauling the North American Free Trade Agreement. After talks that continued late into the night on Thursday Canada s Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland told reporters: “No we don t ...

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