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Iranian demonstrators voice support for Palestinian cause: In photos

Millions of Iranians have flooded the streets across the country to show their support for Palestinian struggles against the Israeli regime’s occupation and crimes. Here is a selection of photos from the anti-Israel rallies in Iran: Demonstrators in Tehran chant anti-Israel slogans during International Quds Day rallies, June 23, 2017. ...

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CIA sought Syria’s help to free US hostage: Report

The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has set up a back channel to Syria in an attempt to free an American hostage there, according to a new report. The move to free former Marine officer Austin Tice came after Mike Pompeo was elected to lead the CIA during the early ...

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UN chief appoints Russian diplomat as first head of new Counterterrorism Office

The United Nations (UN)’s Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has appointed a veteran Russian diplomat, Vladimir Voronkov, as the first head of the world body’s newly established Counterterrorism Office. Voronkov “will provide strategic leadership to UN counterterrorism efforts, participate in the decision-making process of the UN and ensure that the cross-cutting origins ...

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Iran starts much-awaited gas exports to Iraq

Iran says it has started a much-awaited project to export natural gas to its western neighbor – Iraq.  The National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) announced that exports of around 7 million cubic meters per day (bcm/d) to Iraq’s capital Baghdad had started from the late hours of Wednesday, June 21. ...

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India to overtake China as most populous country: UN

A UN report says the world population will reach 9.8 billion in 2050, with India overtaking China as the most populous country in the world.  India is one of the countries with the highest population growths in the world and its population is set to overpass China’s in 2024, according ...

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Migration from EU to UK falls sharply in 2017: Study

A study carried out in Britain suggests that the country is receiving far fewer numbers of migrants from European Union countries this year. The results of the study released on Wednesday by the Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford said migration from EU countries to Britain had fallen sharply ...

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US shooting down of Syrian jet ‘act of war’: Analyst

The US decision to shoot down a Syrian aircraft should be considered “an act of war” which must be taken to international courts, says a political analyst. Scott Rickard made the remarks on Tuesday when asked about a Syrian warplane that was shot down by the US earlier in June. On ...

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