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Syriza wins in Greece elections

Constantine Venizelos Athens Greek voters have given a second chance to Alexis Tsipras and SYRIZA at the end of Greece’s third national ballot in 2015. A coalition government of the SYRIZA leftists and the right-wing nationalists Independent Greeks party has emerged, leaving anti-austerity Popular Unity party, formed by rebel Syriza ...

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No let up in Pakistan-India border clashes

Kamran Yousaf  Islamabad There is no let up in border clashes between Pakistani and Indian security forces. In the latest incident, at least three people, including a Pakistani soldier, have been killed by Indian troops along the Line of Control in the disputed region of Jammu and Kashmir.

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Ukraine blacklists Russian individuals, legal entities

Lena Savchuk Kiev Kiev has blacklisted over 400 foreign individuals and 90 legal entities from Russia and other countries over alleged involvement in criminal activities against Ukraine. This is the first sanction list Ukraine issued since a deadly conflict in the east broke out in April last year. Clashes have ...

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Saudi airstrike claims lives of a whole Yemeni family

Mohammed al-Attab Press TV, Sana’a Yemen has suffered more than five months of Saudi air strikes. Bombs have fallen far away from military positions more often than not, killing thousands of civilians. A residential neighborhood north of Sana’a recently came under Saudi jets’ heavy fire. Our correspondent Mohammad al-Attab has ...

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Yemeni forces take control of southwestern town in Saudi Arabia

Members of Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement, backed by fighters from allied Popular Committees, have reportedly managed to wrest complete control of a town in Saudi Arabia’s southwestern Asir region. On Tuesday, the Yemeni forces seized control of al-Rabu’ah, forcing Saudi troops to pull out of the area, Arabic-language al-Masirah satellite ...

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Large protest in Brussels over EU’s handling of refugee crisis

Jerome Hughes Press TV, Brussels Demonstrators have marched through Brussels city center in opposition to the European Union’s handling of the refugee crisis. EU Justice and Home Affairs Ministers have agreed in principle to relocate 120,000 refugees who are currently in Greece, Italy and Hungary to the bloc’s other 25 ...

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Ethiopia battles looming drought

Coletta Wanjohi ​Press TV, Addis Ababa Ethiopia is battling looming drought as its rainy seasons of the year have been less than expected. An additional 1.6 million people now require urgent relief food. Coletta Wanjohi reports.

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