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Iraqi families reunited following liberation of Hawijah

With the Iraqi town of Hawijah liberated from Daesh terrorists, displaced people are now able to return home. Many of the people had lost touch with their families who were forced to stay there after Daesh took over the central Iraqi district back in 2014. Our correspondent Ali Musawi has ...

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Democrats say Trump’s new Iran strategy ‘grave mistake’

US Congressional Democrats have blasted President Donald Trump’s decision not to recertify the 2015 multinational nuclear agreement with Iran, saying the new policy is “a grave mistake” that endangers US interests and undermines American credibility. Trump’s decision Friday not to certify the deal for a third time immediately provoked the ...

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Netanyahu behind Trump’s decision on Iran deal: Analyst

A political analyst believes that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is US President Donald Trump’s “puppet master” and that Netanyahu was behind Trump’s recent decision about the Iran nuclear deal. Kevin Barrett made the remarks in an interview with Press TV when asked about Trump’s decision on the 2015 nuclear agreement known as ...

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US government undercounted police killings by half: Study

US police killed 1,166 people in 2015, more than three a day, but an official US government count misclassified over half of the deaths, according to a new study. More than half of all police killings in 2015 were incorrectly classified as not having been police-related, a Harvard study based on ...

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What Trump’s ‘decertification’ will mean

By H. Javan   President Donald Trump has long railed against the Iran deal. His earliest known complaints date back to when he was campaigning for presidency, promising to undo everything President Barack Obama had accomplished. But it was not until recently that he really alarmingly took on the issue. ...

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Trump infuriated when aides told him to keep US in Iran deal: Report

US President Donald Trump was infuriated when Secretary of Defense James Mattis, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, and top national security aides pressured him to “recertify” the 2015 international nuclear agreement with Iran in July. He threw a fit,” The Washington Post reported on Wednesday, citing an unnamed source familiar with the ...

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