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Police regain control in Indonesia's Papua region after riots
Indonesia's Police Chief said on Monday that authorities in the easternmost Papua region were regaining control after protesters set fire to tires and torched a local parliament building over the recent detention of scores of Papuan students.
US economists expect recession in 2020 or 2021: Survey
A majority of economists expect a US recession in the next two years, but have pushed back the onset amid Federal Reserve actions, according to a survey released Monday.
Pro-Hong Kong protesters gather outside the White House
Over a hundred people gather in support of the ongoing demonstrations in Hong Kong at Lafayette Square, outside the White House in Washington, DC.
Premier League: Chelsea 1-1 Leicester City
Chelsea have had to settle for a 1-all home draw against Leicester City in the 2nd game of their Premier League campaign.
Syrian troops enter strategic town in Idlib after 5 years
The Syrian Army forces have entered the key town of Khan Shaykhun in Idlib province for the first time since 2014 after heavy clashes with terrorists and anti-government militants, a UK-based war monitor said.
NY Times 'destroying itself' by spreading 'hatred' against Trump: Ted Cruz
Republican Senator Ted Cruz has thrown his support behind US President Donald Trump in his row with The New York Times, which he has labeled as “partisan propagandists.”
UN experts find British-made bomb parts at site of Saudi strike in Yemen
A United Nations panel of experts has discovered parts of British-made weapons in Yemen, which has been the scene of a bloody Saudi-led military campaign.
Trump renews war on media as his rating tanks
US President Donald Trump has once again lashed out at the media, accusing them of deliberately giving him negative coverage to affect his approval ratings.
Iran tanker departs after Gibraltar rejects US demand
The Iranian oil tanker at the center of a diplomatic dispute has departed from Gibraltar after the British overseas territory rejected a US demand to seize the vessel.
Jordan summons Israeli ambassador over clashes at al-Aqsa Mosque compound
Jordan has summoned the Israeli ambassador in Amman to protest "Israeli violations" at al-Aqsa Mosque compound in the occupied Old City of Jerusalem al-Quds, demanding the immediate halt of “provocative practices” that constitute a gross breach of international law.
Iran reports growing textile exports amid tightened control on imports
Iran’s export of garment and textile products is on the rise as the government imposes more restrictions on imports to support the domestic production.
FM Zarif in Finland at first leg of Scandinavian tour
At the first leg of a three-nation Scandinavian tour, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has arrived in the Finnish capital of Helsinki for high-level talks with European officials on ways to ease tensions in the West Asia region.
Trump confirms his interest in buying Greenland
US President Donald Trump says that the United States is considering possibly buying Greenland, noting it is “a large real estate deal.”
Libyan navy rescues more than 300 migrants
The Libyan navy said Sunday 335 migrants had been rescued and one body recovered in separate operations off the coast, as they tried to cross the Mediterranean to reach Europe.
Developments in India-controlled Kashmir amount to military coup: Activist to Press TV
A Kashmiri activist has criticized the New Delhi government’s recent decision to strip the disputed Kashmir region of its special constitutional status, saying it seems like the restive Muslim-majority Himalayan region has been taken over by the Indian army in a “military coup,” Press TV reports.

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