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Tear gas canisters fly, but Yellow Vesters won't give up
The 23rd straight weekend of the so-called Yellow Vest protests in Paris. Police have clashed with the demonstrators who continue to take to the streets of the French capital.
Israeli forces shoot, injure Palestinian man over alleged stabbing attack
Israeli military forces have shot and critically injured a Palestinian man in the northern part of the West Bank as tensions continue in the occupied Palestinian territories as part of the aftermath of US President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel’s capital and the relocation of the US embassy to the occupied city.
Daesh kills 27 Syrian soldiers east of Homs: Observatory
Takfiri Daesh terrorists have reportedly killed nearly 27 Syrian soldiers in a desert in the east of the country's central province of Homs.
North Korea slams John Bolton’s ‘stupid’ remarks
North Korea has lambasted as “nonsense” remarks by US National Security Adviser John Bolton, who has called on Pyongyang to show seriousness in giving up its nuclear weapons, warning that “nothing good” will come of such comments.
Ecuadorian diplomat says Assange never disrespected London embassy staff
A senior diplomat who used to work in the Ecuadorian embassy in London until last summer has denied claims by the country’s government that Julian Assange was evicted from the mission because of his disrespectful behavior, saying the press freedom activist suffered from a government plot to force him out.
Saudi Arabia sentences renowned journalist to 5 years in jail in secret trial
Saudi authorities have secretly tried prominent journalist Ali al-Dhafiri and handed him a five-year prison sentence as a crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against rights campaigners and intellectuals widens in the conservative kingdom.
UK one of the worst countries in Western Europe for press freedom: Report
A new report by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) says the United Kingdom continues to be one of the worst-performing countries when it comes to allowing press freedom, saying that government often tramples on rights of journalists by using national security concerns as a pretext to silence dissident voices.
Florida man arrested for threatening members of Congress
US officials have arrested a man in the state of Florida for making threatening and racist calls to four Democratic members of Congress, including Representative Ilhan Omar, while defending President Donald Trump.
Trump: Mueller report was 'written as nastily as possible' by 'true Trump haters'
US President Donald Trump has launched more verbal assaults against Special Counsel Robert Mueller, saying Mueller's recently released report "was written as nastily as possible" by "true Trump haters."
Sudan's ousted president investigated on suspicion of money laundering
Sudan’s deposed President Omar al-Bashir is under investigation over the possession of "large sums of cash" without legal grounds, and on suspicion of money laundering.
Middle East powers partake in Iraq summit in blow to 'Arab NATO'
Iraq’s parliamentary summit has brought together the country’s neighbors in what has been described as “a display of rare regional unity”, further sidelining a US initiative to form an “Arab NATO”.
Egyptians vote in referendum aimed at extending Sisi's rule
Egyptians have begun voting in a three-day national referendum on constitutional amendments that would extend President Abdul Fattah el-Sisi's rule until 2030.
Syrian president, Russian deputy PM discuss post-war economic revival
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov have discussed a constitutional committee mean to draft the Arab country’s new constitution as well as Moscow’s efforts to revive the war-ravaged nation’s economy.
Gabbard playing very positive role in silent US Congress: Analyst
Political analyst James Petras says that Hawaii Representative Tulsi Gabbard is having a “positive role” in what he describes as “silent” US Congress.
Yemen agreement should be implemented without delay: UNSC
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has called on warring parties in Yemen to withdraw from the embattled port city of Hudaydah “as soon as possible” in line with a ceasefire deal reached in December 2018.

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