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The Royal Navy: A Shadow of its Imperial Past
The United Kingdom’s decision to deploy more naval assets to the Persian Gulf has caused worry and anxiety in the international community for fear that the augmented British military presence in the region will dramatically inflame tensions.
US wants to use nuke depots in Europe against Russia, analyst says
The US government intends to use its nuke depots in Europe against Russia, political analyst George Szamuely tells Press TV.
Piracy: Diplomacy of a Most British Form
The Supreme leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran condemned British “piracy” in the wake of Britain’s seizure of a Russian super-tanker, carrying Iranian crude oil, off the Spanish coast of Gibraltar. He asserted that “Evil Britain commits piracy and steals our ship ... and gives it a legal appearance. Iran, and those who believe in our system, will not leave such evil deeds unanswered”.
South Koreans hit Japan’s PM with kimchi during rally in Seoul
South Korean protesters have staged rallies in the capital Seoul against Japan amid a trade dispute between the two countries.
Scotland’s Drug Mortality Scandal: A Case of Neglect by London?
Recently released figures, which suggest Scotland may have the highest drugs mortality rate in the world, have caused shock and consternation in Scotland, as well as across the rest of Britain.
Twelve Israelis arrested in Cyprus on suspicion of gang raping tourist
Cypriot authorities have arrested a group of 12 Israelis on suspicion of gang raping a 19-year-old female tourist in the country’s Mediterranean resort town of Ayia Napa.
Pakistan detains alleged mastermind of 2008 Mumbai attacks
Pakistani authorities say they have detained a terror suspect blamed for a four-day militant attack on the Indian port city of Mumbai in 2008, on terror finance charges.
Haniyeh urges Lebanon to end crackdown on unlicensed Palestinian workers
A top leader of the Palestinian Hamas resistance movement has condemned the Lebanese government's recent crackdown on businesses hiring foreign workers without permits, calling for the revocation of the measures in the Arab country.
Turkish diplomat, consulate employee among 3 killed in Erbil shooting
At least three people including a Turkish diplomat were killed in a shooting on Wednesday in the Iraqi Kurdish capital Erbil, Kurdish security officials and Turkey's foreign ministry said.
Mossad-linked group seeks seizure of Iranian oil tanker
An Israeli group with links to the regime’s secret service Mossad is seeking to seize an Iranian oil tanker and its cargo held by British troops off Gibraltar.
Republican support for Trump rises after racially charged tweets: Reuters/Ipsos poll
Support for US President Donald Trump increased slightly among Republicans after he lashed out on Twitter over the weekend in a racially charged attack on four minority Democratic congresswomen, a Reuters/Ipsos public opinion poll shows.
Afghan Taliban force Swedish group to close some medical centers
Taliban militants in Afghanistan have forced a foreign charity to close more than half of its health centers in a central province.
Temperatures hit record high on Earth’s northernmost permanently inhabited spot
Temperatures hit a record 69.8 degrees Fahrenheit (21 degrees Celsius) in Alert, the northernmost permanently inhabited spot on the planet less than 600 miles (955 kilometers) from the North Pole, the Canadian meteorology service said Tuesday.
Is US weaponizing of ticks behind Lyme disease spread?
US lawmakers in the lower chamber of Congress have voted to demand that the US Defense Department disclose whether it conducted experiments to “weaponize” disease-carrying ticks.
Zarif: Iran will not be bullied
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that the United States has left the 2015 nuclear deal and Iran will not renegotiate with the US.

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