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EU bank defends controversial policies

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi has defended his policy of pumping sixty billion euros per month into the eurozone economy as he appeared before lawmakers in the European Parliament. Draghi said the policy known as Quantitative Easing was necessary taking into account the economic resurgence of the 19-member eurozone. ...

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Sharif’s petition for investigators; removal dismissed

Another setback for Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. The Pakistani Supreme Court has turned down a petition by the premier’s son demanding a slack investigation into money laundering charges against Sharif family. As Javed Rana reports, the judges have made sure no one could attempt to influence the ongoing investigations ...

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Cholera death toll rises to 471 in Yemen: WHO

The World Health Organization (WHO) says the death toll of a cholera epidemic in Yemen has passed 470, as the impoverished Arab country continues to be targeted by military aggression launched by its northern neighbor, Saudi Arabia. According to the latest figures released by the United Nations health agency on ...

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Military op continues against Daesh in southern Philippines

In the southern Philippines, heavy fighting continues between military forces and Daesh militants, who have taken positions in urban areas and are facing a government operation to drive them out. Street-to-street battles and a military bombing campaign in Marawi, one of the biggest Muslim cities in the country, continued on Monday. ...

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Germany may withdraw troops from Turkey within 2 weeks

Germany, by mid-June, will decide whether to pull out its troops from Turkey after Ankara in a controversial move refused to grant German lawmakers access to a key NATO base on its soil near Syria, an official says. “We’re still holding talks with the Turkish side about Incirlik [air force ...

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Libya’s Derna bombarded again: Witnesses

Warplanes have reportedly launched airstrikes on the Libyan city of Derna, days after Egyptian jets pounded alleged terrorist training camps in the city. According to the residents who witnessed the airstrikes, one attack hit the western entrance to Derna, in eastern Libya, and the other two hit Dahr al-Hamar, in ...

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Iran to hold tender for Azadegan project ‘in days’

Iran says it will hold “within days” a much-awaited tender over the development of a lucrative oil project in its southwestern province of Khouzestan. Ali Kardor, the managing director of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), told the domestic media that a tender over the development of Azadegan oil field ...

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Two men stabbed to death in US trying to stop anti-Muslim rant

PORTLAND  – A man fatally stabbed two passengers aboard a Portland, Oregon, commuter train after they tried to stop him from harassing two young women who appeared to be Muslim, police said on Saturday. Police identified the assailant, who was arrested soon after the Friday afternoon attack, as Jeremy Joseph ...

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