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Implementation of JCPOA and Iran’s budget

Officials from Iran and the P5+1 met Saturday, January 16, 2016, and told the world the deal was now in effect. Under US pressure, the Security Council adopted six resolutions against Iran in the past decade. The IAEA Board of Governors too adopted 12 resolutions against the Islamic Republic within ...

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Asylum seekers singled out in London

Media reports in the UK say the houses of asylum seekers in the north-east of England are singled out by their red doors. According to Times newspaper, asylum seekers at one house felt so stigmatized that they painted their door white, but it was repainted red after an employee of ...

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Turkish army establishing military base in Somalia: Report

Ankara has started to build a military base in Somalia to train soldiers from African countries to fight against al-Qaeda-affiliated al-Shabab militants, a report says. In a Monday report, Turkish newspaper Daily Sabah cited military sources as saying that based on an agreement between the Turkish and Somali governments, over 1,500 Somali ...

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Registration of Fata madressahs in sight

PESHAWAR: Authorities will get legal powers to start registration of madressahs in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas after the extension of the Societies Registration Act 1860 to the region, say officials. The officials said President Mamnoon Hussain had signed a notification in this regard and issued directions for the extension ...

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70% of guns at Mexican crime scenes come from US: Report

An official report reveals 70% of guns shipped and smuggled into Mexico to be used for criminal purposes and illegal activities come from the US. According to a report commissioned by US Democratic Representative Eliot Engel of New York published on Monday, 70 percent of the guns — more than ...

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UNICEF calls for urgent help for 10 million Yemeni children

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) warns that millions of Yemeni children are in need of urgent help, amid the Saudi-led war on the impoverished country. “With no end in sight to the deadly conflict in Yemen, nearly 10 million children inside the country are now facing a new year of pain and ...

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US allocates $900mn for chemical war projects

The US Army has awarded $900 million in contracts to several companies, including major corporations, for logistics and service support for biological and chemical war projects. The US Department of Defense, made the announcement on Tuesday saying, the companies, including the Battelle Memorial Institute of Columbus in Ohio and the Camber ...

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