Hong Kong protesters returned to the streets on Sunday for a series of marches and rallies after a rare period of calm in nearly six months of unrest.
Hong Kong protesters back on streets after election lull
The workshop on waste and water as a joint program by Iran and Netherlands started work in Tehran on Sunday.
Iran, Netherlands hold joint water and waste management workshop in Tehran
Thousands of people rallied on Saturday against the far-right Alternative for Germany in the western German city of Brunswick where the AfD gathered to elect new leaders.
Protests as Germany's far-right AfD gathers to pick new leaders
Russia’s MiG-31K interceptor jet carried out a test of the Kinzhal (Dagger) hypersonic missile in the Russian part of Arctic earlier this month, TASS reported on Saturday, citing two military sources.
Russia tests hypersonic missile in Arctic
A man suspected of stabbing two people to death in a terror attack on London Bridge was an ex-prisoner convicted of terrorism offenses and released last year, police said Saturday.
Police: Suspect in London attack had served time for terrorism
Iraqis kept up anti-government protests in Baghdad and the south on Saturday, unsatisfied with the premier’s vowed resignation and insisting on the overhaul of a system they say is corrupt and beholden to foreign powers.
Iraqis keep up anti-government demos despite PM’s vow to quit
An Israel warplane launched an airstrike against a position of the Palestinian resistance movement of Hamas in the northern parts of the besieged Gaza strip, hours after Israeli troops shot dead a Palestinian teenager during a protest rally in the coastal enclave.
Israeli warplane targets Gaza after killing teenager in besieged enclave
Finland, Belgium, Denmark, Netherlands, Norway, and Sweden will join the INSTEX mechanism for trade with Iran, the six countries declared in a joint statement on Friday ahead of further talks between parties to the Iran nuclear deal in Vienna next week.
Six more European countries join INSTEX
The Taliban said on Friday they were prepared to restart peace talks with the United States, a day after US President Donald Trump made a surprise visit to American troops in Afghanistan and said he believed the militant group would agree to a cease-fire.
Taliban says ready to resume peace talks after Trump's Kabul visit

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