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Zimbabweans protest against vote rigging

(AFP) – Thousands of Zimbabwean opposition supporters took to the streets of Harare on Wednesday demanding fair elections following alleged irregularities in the electoral roll ahead of the July 30 vote. The electoral register has long been a contentious feature of Zimbabwe’s elections, fueling accusations of vote rigging in previous ...

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Libya to resume oil exports from east

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – Libya’s National Oil Corporation has announced that the country is resuming oil exports from four terminals in the eastern oil crescent. The internationally recognized NOC announced on Wednesday “the lifting of force majeure” at Al-Hariga, Zweitina, Ras Lanuf and Al-Sidra ports. It added that “production and ...

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Paris warns London about time for Brexit

(Reuters) -Time is running dangerously low for Britain to reach an agreement on its post-Brexit relations with Europe, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Wednesday. Speaking at a financial services conference in Paris, Le Maire said that London’s detailed Brexit proposals last week were positive but uncertainty remained. ...

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Britain to send extra 440 troops to Afghanistan

LONDON (AFP) – British Prime Minister Theresa May will pledge to send 440 extra troops to Afghanistan during the NATO summit in Brussels on Wednesday as US President Donald Trump urges allies to contribute more. The extra troops will be from the Welsh Guards regiment, with around half deploying in ...

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Two dead in militant attack on Afghan govt office: officials

JALALABAD, Afghanistan (AFP) – Gunmen stormed an education department compound in Afghanistan’s restive east Wednesday and were battling security forces in an ongoing attack that has left at least two people dead, officials said. Nine others have been wounded in the second attack in Jalalabad city in as many days, ...

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