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Australia reaches settlement with suing asylum seekers

The Australian government has reached a settlement of around 90 million Australian dollars ($68 million) with more than 1,900 asylum seekers, who had sued Canberra over their treatment at an immigration camp in Papua New Guinea, a minister and lawyers say. Australia refuses to resettle asylum seekers who arrive by ...

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Iran’s new refinery delivers first fuel cargo

Iran says the first consignment of high-quality gasoline produced from its newly-launched Persian Gulf Start Refinery is ready for nationwide distribution.  Abbas Kazemi, the managing director of the National Iranian Oil Products Refining and Distribution Company (NIORDC), was quoted by media as saying that the consignment comprised 21 million liters ...

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Cholera infects one Yemeni kid every minute: Charity

Save the Children has voiced alarm over the raging spread of the cholera epidemic in war-torn Yemen, saying one child becomes infected every minute. Cholera has killed more than 900 people and infected more than 124,000 others since late April, according to the United Nations children agency, UNICEF. On Wednesday, ...

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Trump’s Saudi policy contrary to US Constitution

Wilmer Leon, a columnist and political scientist from Washington, says President Donald Trump has defied one of the fundamental elements of the United States’ Constitution, “which is ensuring that the leaders and people in positions in this country are not receiving benefits from outside sources particularly outside governments that could ...

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Israel mulls closing Al Jazeera bureau in Jerusalem al-Quds: Report

A report says Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is considering shutting down the Jerusalem al-Quds bureau of the Qatar-based Al Jazeera broadcaster, as a diplomatic rift escalates between a Saudi-led bloc of countries with Qatar. Israeli daily Yedioth Ahronoth reported on Tuesday that Netanyahu had met with members of the ...

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Top UN official in Myanmar to be changed: Report

The United Nations says its top official in Myanmar is being changed, with sources citing her failure to protect the rights of the oppressed Rohingya Muslims as the reason behind the decision. Diplomatic and aid community sources in Myanmar’s Yangon city told the BBC that the departure of Renata Lok-Dessallien, the ...

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May, DUP are afraid that Labour will win second election: Analyst

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservatives and Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) will try their best to hang together because none wants another general election, which the Labour Party will win certainly, a British academic and political analyst says. Dr. Rodney Shakespeare made the remarks in an interview with ...

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US, Britain deny reports of delay in Trump’s UK visit

Sources in the British and the American government are denying reports that US President Donald Trump’s first state visit to the UK will be delayed or cancelled. “The queen extended an invitation to President Trump to visit the U.K. and there is no change to those plans,” a spokesman for ...

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