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Election-related violence killed dozens in Afghanistan: UN
A United Nations (UN) report says dozens of people have been killed and hundreds more wounded in violence related to Afghanistan’s recent presidential election.
‘Democratic Party is just as much a war party as the Republicans’: Mike Gravel
Former Democratic Senator Mike Gravel has said that “the Democratic Party is just as much a war party as the Republicans,” but praised US Representative and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard over her position on foreign policy.
Hong Kong’s leader: Violence will not elicit concessions
Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam has dismissed the notion that violent behavior by protesters would elicit concessions from the government of the autonomous Chinese city.
UVF Terror group leader was Police and Army 'secret agent'
In the latest revelation on collusion between Loyalist terror groups and the British state during the Northern Ireland troubles (1968-1998), it has been revealed that a former Loyalist terror leader collaborated with both the police and the army.
US troops express anger at Trump's 'betrayal' of Kurds
The United States has “betrayed” the Kurdish people who were US allies in northeastern Syria, American military officials have said.
Michel Barnier says Brexit deal now 'more difficult'
Brexit continues to be inherently unpredictable, right up to the end.
Scottish finance secretary says country can 'afford' independence
On the second day of the Scottish National Party’s conference in Aberdeen, the party struck an upbeat note on the economic justification for independence.
India again halts text messaging services in Kashmir
The Indian government has blocked text messaging services for mobile phones in the Indian-administered Kashmir only a day after a communication lockdown had been partially terminated in the disputed region.
Day 7 of Turkey Syria offensive: Latest updates
The Turkish army is pushing ahead with a military operation, which entered its 7th day on Tuesday, against the Kurdish militants controlling northern Syria, in complete defiance of the international community.
Bahraini courts issue life terms for 271 anti-regime activists since Jan. 2018: Rights group
An independent human rights group says Bahraini courts have sentenced hundreds of anti-regime protesters to life imprisonment since the beginning of last year, as the ruling Al Khalifah regime presses ahead with its heavy-handed clampdown on political dissidents in the Persian Gulf kingdom.
Iran, Turkmenistan to hold meeting on economic cooperation
An Iranian economic delegation, led by Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami, arrived in Turkmenistan’s capital Ashgabat on Tuesday for participating in the meeting of the Iran-Turkmenistan Commission of Economic Cooperation.
Margaret Atwood, Bernardine Evaristo share Booker Prize 2019
The judges of this year’s Booker Prize have “explicitly flouted” the rules of the august literary award to choose the first joint winners in almost 30 years: Margaret Atwood and Bernardine Evaristo.
Minister hails Iran’s countering of enemies’ economic war
Iran’s Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade Reza Rahmani highlighted the country’s progress in various industrial and economic areas and said the Islamic Republic has managed to safely come through the era of cruel sanctions imposed by the enemies.
Egypt: Archeologists uncover 20 ancient coffins in Luxor
Egypt’s Antiquities Ministry said archeologists uncovered at least 20 ancient wooden coffins in the southern city of Luxor.
Iranian screenplay ‘Like a Secret’ among Flickers’ Rhode Island finalists
The screenplay for ‘Like a Secret,’ written by Saeed Zamanian, made it into the list of finalists of the screenplay competition at the 37th Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) in the US.

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