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US kept nukes on Okinawa: Pentagon

The Pentagon has revealed that the United States had held nuclear weapons on Okinawa, Japan during the Cold War. According to a Department of Defense website, the Pentagon has declassified “the fact that US nuclear weapons were deployed on Okinawa prior to Okinawa’s reversion to Japan on May 15, 1972.” ...

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US strikes kill 38 civilians in Syria’s Hasaka: Report

Nearly 40 civilians, including children, have been killed in northeastern Syria in a series of airstrikes carried out by the US-led coalition “fighting” Daesh terrorists. The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Thursday that US air assaults have claimed 38 lives in Syria’s Hasakah Province since Tuesday. According to ...

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WHO launches $56mn Zika response plan

Muslim Times The World Health Organization (WHO) says it has appealed for $56 million after launching a response plan to fight the Zika virus outbreak. On Wednesday, the UN’s health agency said it needed $25 million to fund its own response plan and an additional $31 million to support the ...

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Blast damages Turkish cultural center in Stockholm

Muslim Times A blast has severely damaged a Turkish cultural center in a suburb of the Swedish capital, Stockholm, but left no casualties. According to police, the explosion occurred around 09:30 pm (2030 GMT) on Wednesday inside the Turkish Cultural Association of Botkyrka in the Fittja district, southwest of Stockholm. The windows ...

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Sayyed Nasrallah Warns Israel of 3rd Lebanon War, and to Al-Saud: Ground Intervention in Syria Will End You

AhlulBayt News Agency – Hizbullah Secretary General His Eminence Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah delivered on Tuesday a speech in which he tackled a number of regional issues. Addressing a mass crowd commemorating the Martyr Leaders Day, His Eminence congratulated via screen the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Leader, the Iranian President ...

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UK-funded Bahraini watchdog’s failure

Britons are spending millions of pounds for a Bahrain police watchdog that has failed to investigate torture allegations regarding a young political activist on death row in the Persian Gulf state. The funding forms part of a broader £2.1 million  scheme to improve Bahrain’s criminal justice system and was sparked by Britain’s close ...

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UK deports child refugees to war zones

New figures reveal that Britain has returned more than 2,700 young asylum seekers to war-torn countries in the Middle East over the past nine years. The figures released by the UK immigration minister is two times higher than those originally claimed by the government last week. “While most of the young people were ...

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‘Russian companies gearing up for Iran business’:Report

A new report says Russian companies are making a dash for Iranian market following the recent removal of anti-Iran sanctions. The New York Times report on Monday said different Russian companies are in line to get back to Iran after last month’s sanctions lift. Russian aircraft maker Sukhoi wants to ...

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