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US Army will fund rare earths plant for weapons development
The US Army plans to fund construction of rare earths processing facilities, part of an urgent push by Washington to secure domestic supply of the minerals used to make military weapons and electronics, according to a government document seen by Reuters.
EU to discuss recognition of state of Palestine in January meeting
European Union foreign ministers are expected to exchange views next month on whether the 28-nation bloc should recognize Palestine as a sovereign state as the US pushes ahead with pro-occupation policies undermining the prospect of the so-called two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
‘No election tomorrow,’ Algerians chant ahead of presidential vote
A big crowd of protesters have marched through central Algiers to demand Thursday's presidential election be cancelled, chanting that they would not vote in a poll they regard as a charade.
Giving up on S-400 missile systems out of question, says Turkish defense minister
Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar says his country will not back out of the procurement of the advanced Russian-made S-400 missile defense systems, and is currently in contact with its NATO allies, particularly the United States, to work out a solution to the matter.
Biden won’t run for reelection if he wins 2020 race, his advisor says
US presidential candidate Joe Biden “won’t be running for reelection” if he wins the 2020 race, says his advisor, citing the Democratic frontrunner’s age.
Nicola Sturgeon set to reshape the politics of the British Isles
Nicola Sturgeon is fighting her biggest political battle tomorrow as the outcome of the election is set to determine Scotland’s future for the rest of the century.
One thousand Yemeni children die daily due to Saudi-led attacks, siege: Health minister
The Yemeni minister of public health and population has warned about the catastrophic toll that the ongoing Saudi-led military onslaught and blockade has taken, stating that it is estimated that 1,000 children die in the crisis-hit and impoverished Arab country on a daily basis.
One killed, scores hurt in Taliban attack on US military base
Suicide bombers struck the main US military base in Afghanistan on Wednesday, killing at least one person and injuring scores in a major attack that could scupper plans to revive peace talks between the United States and the Taliban.
Suu Kyi admits Myanmar Army used excessive force against Rohingya
Myanmar’s ex-peace icon defends military against genocide claims
Tehran, Dushanbe vow to expand economic relations
Tajikistan’s Finance Minister Qahhorzoda Faiziddin Sattor in a meeting with Iranian Ambassador to Dushanbe Taqi Saberi called for the development of mutual cooperation in different fields including economy.
UN can’t verify anti-Iran weapons claim in Saudi oil attack: Guterres
The United Nations is “unable to independently corroborate” that missiles and drones used in September attacks on Saudi oil facilities “are of Iranian origin,” Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the Security Council on Tuesday.
Iran plans energy exchange with Russia
Iranian Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian unveiled plans for exchanging energy with Russia.
Iran-China eight-month trade at $20b despite US sanctions: Envoy
China’s ambassador to Iran said American sanctions have failed to affect economic cooperation between the two countries, adding that the value of bilateral trade reached almost $20 billion during the March 20-November 21 period.
Austrian writer Peter Handke takes Nobel Literature Prize amid protests
An Austrian laureate Peter Handke whose support for Serbs in the 90s war in former Yugoslavia sparked controversy, received his Nobel Literature Prize on Tuesday amid criticism of him in Sweden and abroad as an apologist for Serb war crimes in the 1990s.
FAO, ULRP hold workshop in Iran on evapotranspiration mapping
As part of the “Integrated Program for Sustainable Water Resources Management in the Lake Urmia Basin,” the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and Urmia Lake Restoration Program (ULRP) held a four-day workshop for Iranian experts and trained them on advanced methods to map evapotranspiration of agricultural areas, using remote sensing satellite data.

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