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Rohingya ‘would rather drink poison ’ than return to Myanmar
Rohingya Muslim refugees in Bangladesh, who have fled ethnic cleansing in neighboring Myanmar, say they fear torture and violence back home and would rather die than be repatriated.
US military confirms lost drone to Houthi fire over Yemen
The US military has lost an advanced drone over Yemen, American officials say, confirming earlier reports that the Houthi Ansarullah movement had downed a US-made MQ-9 Reaper attack drone.
Russia sends humanoid robot to space
An uncrewed Soyuz MS-14 spacecraft took off from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on Thursday morning, carrying the Russian humanoid robot Skybot F-850.
North Korea dismisses dialog with US under threat
North Korea says it has “no interest” in resuming negotiations with the United States unless Washington stops “escalating hostile military moves” in the region, as the White House intends to revive stalled nuclear talks with Pyongyang.
Syrian troops take full control of strategic town near Idlib
The Syrian Army has taken full control of Khan Shaykhun, a strategic town in northwestern Syria and one of the last strongholds of foreign-backed terrorists, for the first time since 2014, a war monitor confirmed.
Spain sends warship to pick up migrants stranded off Italy
After frustrated migrants on board the Open arms started jumping ship Tuesday, Spain decided the bloc could no longer wait for Italy to change its mind. Italy’s political heavyweight interior minister and deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini, whose anti-immigration policies have won him increasing popularity, refused to let the migrants disembark. He accuses other European countries of shirking their responsibilities regarding the migrant crisis, but Spain’s Acting Defense Minister says he’s gone too far.
Crackdown on Kashmiri youth to contain protests
Life in Kashmir has come to a standstill after New Delhi revoked the article 370 of the Indian constitution, stripping the disputed region of its autonomous status. Lockdown has so far remained largely in place: Colleges and public transportation remain shut, businesses are closed, and people continue to stay inside their houses. India has however decided to re-open some primary and middle schools as part of its attempt to bring back stability to Kashmir.
Jadon Sancho signs 190k pounds per week contract
England winger, Jadon Sancho, has signed a new long-term deal with German club Borussia Dortmund, worth around 190,000 Pounds per week, including bonuses.
NATO: Two US service members killed in Afghanistan
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has confirmed the death of two US service members in Afghanistan.
Iran unveils new domestically-built missile system on Defense Industry Day
Iran has unveiled a state-of-the-art missile defense system designed and manufactured by experts at home as the Islamic Republic marks National Defense Industry Day.
Russia to act to counter threat from new US missile: Putin
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Moscow will take action to counter the threat from a ground-based cruise missile recently tested by the United States.
Sudan swears in new prime minister, sovereign council chief
Sudan's new Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok was sworn in on Wednesday (August 21) as leader of a transitional government, and vowed to make achieving peace and solving the country's economic crisis a priority.
US seeks talks with North Korea as drills end
US Special Representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun met with his counterpart in Seoul Wednesday as Washington seeks to reopen talks with Pyongyang over the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and the removal of sanctions and a non-aggression pact for North Korea.
Iran increased thermal electricity output by 78 TWh in 6 years: Report
A new report published by Iran’s Ministry of Energy shows that electricity output in thermal power plants, which accounts for 80 percent of the country’s total power generation, has significantly increased over the past six years.
Evidence points to Israel being behind recent attacks on Hashd al-Sha’abi forces: Iraqi MP
An Iraqi legislator says evidence points to involvement of the Israeli regime in a recent attack on pro-government Popular Mobilization Units, better known by the Arabic word Hashd al-Sha’abi, stating that the Tel Aviv regime is trying to weaken the volunteer forces.

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