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Far-right ministers ready to quit Austria government after scandal
Austrian far-right ministers were ready to quit their posts, the party chief says, after the country's coalition government collapsed over a corruption scandal days before European elections.
Catalan separatists let out of jail for induction as MPs
Catalan separatists have been released from jail to obtain their formal certificates as elected MPs the day before the Spanish parliament is to open in Madrid.
Waging war on Iran or Venezuela would be madness: US writer
An American writer and political commentator says US President Donald Trump's “overriding objective is getting reelected” to the White House in November next year and he even could launch war against Iran or Venezuela in an attempt to achieve his goal but “waging war on Iran or Venezuela would be madness.”
Oil prices surge on signs OPEC may extend output cuts by year-end
Oil prices have jumped at the beginning of the trading week after indications emerged from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) that the body may maintain production cuts until the end of 2019.
UK Brexit party leader Farage attacked with milkshake
Leader of the newly-established Brexit Party Nigel Farage has been attacked after a rally in northern English city of Newcastle.
Armenian PM announces clean-up of judiciary
Armenian Premier Nikol Pashinyan has announced sweeping judiciary reforms as protesters blockaded court buildings in Yerevan, heeding his call for a demonstration against judges he accuses of political bias.
Palestinians will not attend US-sponsored conference in Bahrain: Minister
Palestine’s Minister of Social Development Ahhmed Majdalani says Palestinians will not participate in an economic conference sponsored by Washington in Bahrain next month as US President Donald Trump will unveil the first part of his so-called “deal of the century” to end the Palestine-Israel conflict during the summit.
Ecuador hand over Assange’s possessions to US
The Ecuadorian government has decided to hand over some of the belongings of the Australian press freedom activist Julian Assange to the United States more than a month after he was arrested in the country’s embassy in the British capital London.
Trump's approval falls amid his saber-rattling against Iran: Poll
The majority of Americans continue to disapprove of the job US President Donald Trump is doing in office amid his increasing saber-rattling against Iran, according to a new survey.
Fresh Saudi strike leaves four civilians dead, nearly dozen injured in Yemen
At least four civilians have been killed when Saudi military aircraft carried out an airstrike on Yemen’s northwestern province of Hajjah as the Riyadh regime presses ahead with its bombardment campaign against its southern neighbor.
Yemeni forces dismiss Saudi claim about targeting holy city of Mecca
The spokesman for the Yemeni armed forces has categorically dismissed allegations spread in Saudi media about the firing of a Yemeni ballistic missile toward the holy city of Mecca.
Do not provoke the United States: Britain warns Iran
The British government, which has on several occasions endorsed Washington’s anti-Iran rhetoric amid heightened tensions between the two countries, has taken sides in the conflict and blatantly threatened the Islamic Republic that in case US interests were attacked in the region, those attacks would be retaliated and that was an issue "the Iranians need to think about very, very carefully."
Kroos extends Real Madrid deal until 2023
Real Madrid’s Germany midfielder Toni Kroos renewed his contract until the end of the 2022-23 season, the Spanish club announced on Monday.
Raptors strike back against Bucks in double-overtime thriller
Kawhi Leonard scored 36 points, including eight in the second overtime, and the Toronto Raptors beat Milwaukee 118-112 on Sunday night to cut the Bucks’ lead to 2-1 in the NBA Eastern Conference Finals.

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