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Hong Kong protesters attack Chinese government’s liaison office
Protesters in Hong Kong have occupied a significant swath of the city center, including the area around the Chinese government’s liaison office, for hours.
Palestine urges ICC probe into Israeli threats to demolish homes in East al-Quds
The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates has called upon the International Criminal Court (ICC) to launch an investigation into the Israeli regime’s plans for mass demolitions in a neighborhood on the southeastern outskirts of the occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds.
Haftar forces preparing for new push to capture Tripoli: Report
Libya's UN-recognized government says forces loyal to strongman General Khalifa Haftar appear to be preparing for a new offensive to capture the capital city Tripoli.
US importers find ways to adapt to, skirt Trump's tariffs
Big US companies are accelerating efforts to move more of their supply chains from China to neighboring countries in light of Trump administration tariffs.
Ukraine votes as Putin says Russians, Ukrainians ‘one people’
Ukrainians on Sunday went to the polls to elect a new parliament as comedian-turned-president Volodymyr Zelensky seeks to bring in political novices and consolidate his power.
Iran confirms: Saudi Arabia releases detained Iranian oil tanker after over two months
Tehran confirms earlier reports that an Iranian oil tanker, which was detained by Saudi Arabia more than two months ago, has been released, saying the vessel is now returning home.
Japan votes in upper house election, US-imposed constitution at stake
Japanese voters have taken to the polls to cast their ballots in an upper house election that could determine whether Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling party would be allowed to realize a long-held ambition of revising the country’s US-drafted pacifist constitution.
China’s growing power, Russian nukes main threats to US security: Pentagon official
The United States deems China’s growing influence and Russia’s nuclear weapons strategy as the biggest threats to its national security, says a senior Pentagon official.
Eight killed in twin attacks in Pakistan’s northwest
At least eight people have been killed and dozens of others wounded in twin attacks in northwestern Pakistan, officials say.
Iraqi forces, Hashd al-Sha’abi fighters purge villages north of Baghdad of Daesh
Iraqi army troops, supported by allied fighters from Popular Mobilization Units, have successfully purged more than a dozen villages north of the capital Baghdad of Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
US-backed SDF militants caught smuggling Daesh women in NW Syria: SOHR
Kurdish-led militants from the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have reportedly been caught smuggling women with affiliation to the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group in Syria’s northwestern province of Aleppo.
Iranian, Dutch festivals sign MoU on cultural cooperation
Iran’s Shahr (Urban) International Film Festival and the Netherlands’ Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam (AFFR) signed an MoU on cultural cooperation.
Iran to produce 60k tons of cotton, output to surge by 15%: Official
Iranian authorities expect the output of cotton in farms across the country to increase by up to 15 percent by the end of the current Iranian year on March 20, 2020.

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