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Judge gives Trump administration six months to identify separated migrant children
A US judge has ordered the administration of President Donald Trump to identify immigrant children separated from their parents after crossing the US-Mexican border.
President Ghani urges new MPs to participate in peace process with Taliban
Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani has called on newly-elected lawmakers to take part in the peace process with the Taliban militant group aimed at finding a way to solve the country's 17-year conflict.
US missile buildup around Russia 'dangerous': Analyst
The US military buildup around Russia is dangerous and should be of great concern to everyone, says a former US Senate policy adviser and diplomat.
Trump: Russia investigations a 'coup' to topple US government
US President Donald Trump has denounced Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential elections as a “coup” to topple the administration in Washington.
Russia says al-Qaeda, Daesh, similar groups emerging in Latin America
Russia’s military intelligence chief says such terrorist groups as al-Qaeda and Daesh are establishing a foothold in Latin America to recruit members for their activities in the Middle East and North Africa, where they have been mainly based.
Tens of thousands protest against Algeria's ruling elite
Tens of thousands of protesters demanding the departure of Algeria’s ruling elite rallied peacefully in Algiers for a 10th consecutive Friday.
Iran’s debutante Niasati wins Best Actress award in Russia
Soha Niasati from Iran received the Best Actress award from the 41st Moscow International Film Festival in Russia for her debut role in ‘My Second Year in College’, directed by Rasoul Sadrameli.
Iran, China ink MoU at Tehran Int’l Book Fair
Iran’s Institute for the Intellectual Development of Children and Young Adults (IIDCYA) and Peace Publishing House of China signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) at the 32nd Tehran International Book Fair (TIBF) on Friday.
Turkey orders detention of 210 military personnel over links to Gulen
Istanbul prosecutors ordered the detention of 210 military personnel over suspected links to the network blamed by Ankara for orchestrating a failed 2016 military coup, the Istanbul chief prosecutor’s office said on Friday.
Sudan protesters keep up campaign for civilian rule
Thousands of Sudanese protesters performed the weekly Muslim prayers outside army headquarters on Friday, a day after vast crowd of demonstrators flooded Khartoum to demand the military rulers cede power.
Ukraine overcomes Iran concerns to see corn export sales bloom
Ukraine’s corn exporters appear to have resolved some of the concerns around trading with Iran as trade sources see a rush of cargoes heading to the Middle East country in a final flourish for the record-breaking Ukrainian crop.
Renault hit by Iran withdrawal as quarterly sales drop 5%
Renault reported a decline in revenue and unit sales in the first quarter after withdrawing from Iran, weakness in some emerging markets and currency fluctuations.
Biden enters Democratic race with strong anti-Trump theme
Former US vice president Joe Biden announced his 2020 presidential bid on Thursday with a video warning that four more years of President Donald Trump would “forever and fundamentally alter the character of this nation.”
EEU to reduce import duties on Iranian goods
At the plenary session of the Senate of Kazakhstan, the deputies adopted a law on ratification of a temporary agreement on the formation of a free trade zone between the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) and Iran.

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