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Chemical weapons marching closer to UK streets: Minister
Britain’s Security Minister Ben Wallace has warned that the country is closer than ever to chemical weapons attack targeting ordinary citizens on the streets.
Poland should quit UN migration pact, minister says
Poland’s interior minister is recommending that Warsaw quit a UN migration pact before its final approval as it may encourage more illegal migrants, the ministry said on Tuesday.
Minister: Aquarius migrant ship cannot dock in French port
France is not ready for now to let the Mediterranean rescue ship Aquarius dock and disembark dozens of migrants at the port of Marseille, France’s finance minister said on Tuesday.
Minister: Music inseparable part of Iranian identity
Music is a sustainable and inseparable part of Iranian identity and in Iran's thousand-year history, Iran did not live without music, said Iran's culture minister.
French environment minister quits in blow to Macron
France’s high-profile environment minister unexpectedly announced his resignation live on national radio Tuesday, lamenting the government’s lack of decisive action on green issues. The move deals a stinging blow to the environmental credibility of President Emmanuel Macron.
Health minister: Congo to use Ebola vaccine as early as next week
Democratic Republic of Congo will start using an Ebola vaccine as early as next week to counter a new flare-up in the heavily populated eastern part of the Central African country, which emerged just as an earlier outbreak was being pronounced over.
Minister: Sistan-Baluchestan plays key role in protecting Iran's culture
Iran's border provinces in general and Sistan-Baluchestan in particular play a substantial role in protecting Iran's culture and conveying it to other countries, Iran's culture minister said.
Rebel leader Machar not to join government, S Sudan minister says
South Sudan says rebel leader Riek Machar cannot rejoin its government after five years of civil war in remarks condemned by his rebel group as “intended to derail the peace process.”
Ex-Israeli minister charged with ‘spying for Iran’
A former Israeli energy minister has been charged with “passing information” to Iran and engaging in acts of “espionage” against the Tel Aviv regime.
US 'blackmails' Turkey into scrapping S-400 deal with Russia: Minister
Turkish Defense Minister Nurettin Canikli has slammed as "blackmail" Washington's pressure on Ankara to scrap its finalized deal with Russia to purchase the S-400 air defense missile systems.
UK ministers to meet to hammer out agreement on Brexit backstop
Senior members of the British government will try on Thursday to agree a “backstop” plan for the Irish border when Britain leaves

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