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Rohingya still face genocide in Myanmar: UN
A new report by a United Nations Fact-Finding Mission (FFM) says that persecution against Rohingya Muslims continues in Myanmar, exposing hundreds of thousands of them to the risk of genocide.
South Korea removes Japan from ‘white list’
South Korea says it has approved plans to drop Japan from its "white list" of countries, which benefit from fast-track trade status, a tit-for-tat move that intensifies a diplomatic and trade spat between the two countries.
Senior pro-India politician formally arrested in Kashmir
Indian forces have formally arrested a senior pro-India Kashmiri politician under a controversial law that allows authorities to imprison people for up to two years without charge or trial.
Four killed, 18 wounded in Kyrgyz-Tajik border clash
Three Tajik soldiers and one Kyrgyz serviceman were killed and more than a dozen on both sides wounded in an overnight border clash, the authorities in Bishkek and Dushanbe said on Tuesday, blaming each other for the incident.
Hamas official in Saudi detention transferred to hospital
The Palestinian resistance movement Hamas says one of its officials who has been in Saudi detention for more than five months has been transferred to the hospital because of health complications.
Britain continues to aid Saudi war effort in Yemen
As the brutal war in Yemen grinds on, the British government has just admitted that it has breached an arms sales ban to Saudi Arabia.
Turkey continues to arm terrorist groups in Idlib, evades Sochi commitments: Syrian UN envoy
Syria's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva, Hussam Eddin Ala, says Turkey has been providing various types of munitions to foreign-sponsored terrorist groups operating in the country’s militant-held northwestern province of Idlib, and reneging on its commitments under the Sochi agreement.
US House Speaker calls for intelligence briefings on Saudi oil attacks
US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi has called for a briefing for all House members on the recent Yemeni drone attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities.
The Supreme Court begins deliberations on parliament suspension
Attempts to legally challenge the suspension of the House of Commons reach a climax today as the Supreme Court begins its deliberations on the matter.
Trump, Dems clash over impeachment of Kavanaugh
US President Donald Trump and his Democratic opponents have once again come to the blows over Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who is faced with new sexual assault charges that some Democrats think are worthy of impeachment.
Police shutting down major refugee camp in northern France
Police in France have been forcing some 1,000 refugees to leave a gymnasium in the vicinity of the northern port of Dunkirk following a court ruling that declared the makeshift camp a health and security hazard.
Watch Russian SU-35 put on dazzling display in Turkish sky
Russia's SU-35 fighter jet flies in Turkish airspace during an air show as Ankara looks for alternatives after being removed from the US F-35 fighter jet program in response to its purchase of S-400 missile systems delivered by Moscow.
Venezuela opp. members break with Guiado, strike deal with government
Members of the Venezuelan opposition have broken ranks with the Western-backed opposition figure Juan Guaido and signed an agreement with President Nicolas Maduro’s government.
Iran, India discuss Chabahar port development
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Seyyed Abbas Araqchi and Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale reviewed the development of Iran's strategic Chabahar port to fully operationalize the trilateral transit agreement between Iran, India, and Afghanistan.

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