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Namibia forced by drought to auction 1,000 wild animals
Drought-hit Namibia has authorized the sale of at least 1,000 wild animals — including elephants and giraffes — to limit loss of life and generate $1.1 million for conservation, the authorities confirmed Saturday.
Iraqi base home to US troops comes under mortar attack north of Baghdad
The Iraqi military says unknown militants have launched three mortar shells into an air base just north of the capital Baghdad, where American trainers are present.
Seven million face hunger crisis in South Sudan despite peace deal: UN
A record number of almost seven million people are facing severe hunger in South Sudan, despite a peace agreement which has largely stopped fighting after more than five years of war, UN agencies warned Friday.
Chinese media urges retribution after UBS economist's 'insult'
Those who insult Chinese people should pay the price in order to deter would-be offenders from following suit, Chinese state media said in a sharply worded commentary, after remarks by a UBS economist about pigs sparked an outcry in China.
China dismisses Philippine claims vessel accident was ‘hit-and-run’
Beijing has confirmed that its vessel hit a Philippine fishing boat in a collision in the disputed South China Sea but dismissed claims the incident was intentional.
Syrian refugees staying in Lebanon for economic reasons, not security fear: Bassil
Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil says Syrian refugees are staying in Lebanon for economic reasons, even though three quarters of them could return to their homeland as they face no fear of political persecution or threat to their security.
Evidence not sufficient to blame any country for Fujairah tanker attacks: UAE
United Arab Emirates (UAE)’s minister of foreign affairs says his country does not have enough evidence to blame any country for last month's attacks on four oil tankers off the Emirati port city of Fujairah.
US must invade Venezuela to scare Iran and North Korea: Senator Graham
A hawkish Republican senator has suggested that the United States should take military action against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro so countries opposing the US are intimidated and surrender to Washington's demands.
Hong Kong indefinitely suspends extradition bill to 'restore peace'
Hong Kong has indefinitely suspended a proposed legislation that would allow extradition to mainland China, after days of protests across the city.
China's Xi celebrates birthday with 'best friend' Putin
Chinese President Xi Jinping celebrated his 66th birthday on Saturday with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who Xi considers a close friend and who gave Xi ice cream as a present, Chinese state media reported.
Ten killed as roadside bomb hits Kenyan police vehicle near Somali border
At least 10 Kenyan police officers have been killed after an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) planted by militants struck their vehicle near the Somali border.
US extends waivers for Iraq to import gas, electricity from Iran
Washington has granted Iraq another 90-day waiver to allow it to keep importing gas and electricity from neighboring Iran, which is under tough US sanctions, two Iraqi government sources say.
3 New York officers have died by suicide in less than 10 days
Three officers from the New York Police Department have died by suicide in less than 10 days, part of an alarming trend across the US where a record amount of Americans took their own lives in 2017.
US deal of the century stumbling, changing course: Palestinian official
Palestinian Presidential spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeineh has dismissed US President Donald Trump’s controversial proposal for “peace” between the Israeli regime and Palestinians, dubbed “the deal of the century,” stressing that the plan is “stumbling and changing its course.”
Trump’s plan to sell $8 billion in arms to Saudis underscores his lawlessness: Analyst
US President Donald Trump’s plan to sell $8 billion in weapons to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates without US congressional review emphasizes his lawlessness and disregard for the US Constitution, says an American political analyst.

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