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Over 55,000 killed in Syria in 2015: Monitoring group

As many as 55,219 people have been killed in Syria in 2015, the fifth year since the country found itself plagued by foreign-backed militancy, a monitoring group says. The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported the death toll on Thursday, while putting the year’s civilian fatalities at 13,249. The overall toll included more ...

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Lack of Russia experts alarms US intelligence officials: Report

American intelligence officials warn that Washington’s shortage of experts on its arch-rival Russia exposes the US to Moscow’s unpredictable activities that may threaten US national security. Citing experts, lawmakers and former administration officials, theWashington Post reported Wednesday that there has been a dramatic reduction in the number of troops and ...

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More British children in poverty by 2030

A new study reveals that at least two million British children will be living in poverty by 2030 due to the government’s austerity measures. The study conducted by the Fabian Society and Landman Economics also predicts greater inequality over the next 15 years in comparison with previous estimations. “Cuts falling ...

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Iranian police form special division for children, young adults

Iranian police have formed a special division to address issues pertaining to juvenile delinquency, police official say. Tehran Police Chief Brigadier General Hossein Sajedi Nia said on Monday that the special police for children and young adults was established based on a new law governing Iran’s criminal courts. As of ...

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2015 political events at a glance

Iran’s nuclear agreement with six world powers, reopening of the UK embassy in Tehran, Iran’s defense capabilities, Mina stampede and Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei’s letter made the year 2015 a hectic one for Iran. The marathon negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 group of world powers have ...

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Homelessness in US hits most vulnerable citizens: Report

A US report and social activist has criticized the United States for spending trillions of dollars on wars, destroying countries but failing to resolve the homelessness crisis that hits America’s most vulnerable citizens. Dennis Etler, a professor of Anthropology at Cabrillo College in Aptos, California, made the remarks in an ...

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Moscow interested in UN-led anti-terror coalition: Lavrov

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says Russia supports the formation of an international anti-terror coalition under the supervision of the United Nations, amid diplomatic efforts to end the Syria conflict. “Russia is very interested in a truly integrated anti-terrorism alliance” under the UN coordination and based on international law, Lavrov said at a ...

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