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Russia and its people are not an Enemy: German President

‘We cannot declare Russia, the country and its people, to be an enemy’ said German president. German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier called for ending the demonization...

‘Starbucks’ chief executive apologizes for arrests of two black men

Starbucks Chief Executive Kevin Johnson apologized late on Saturday for the arrests of two black men at a Philadelphia coffee shop last week, which...

Trial of former Turkish soldiers accused of coup attempt resumes in...

Eight former soldiers accused of taking part in Turkey's failed 2016 coup are being tried in absentia, as they are currently seeking asylum in...

‘Medical supplies in Gaza’ run low as Israel attacks more Palestinians

Rights groups have branded the Israeli military's open-fire regulations as unlawful, saying they permit soldiers to use potentially lethal force against unarmed protesters. Palestinian protestors...

Britain says Russia spied on Skripals before poisoning

Russian intelligence was spying on former double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia for at least five years before they were poisoned in...

‘Northern Ireland’ peacemakers warn of new dangers 20 years on

Twenty years ago, peace came to Northern Ireland. After 30 years of sectarian conflict, in which more than 3,600 people were killed, political groups...

Turkish forces sets up new observation post in Syria

The ninth observation post in Idlib province is located 88 kms from Turkey's border with Syria. Ankara is set to gradually establish 12 such...

US Embassy in Moscow staff buses leaves on expulsion deadline day

Russia last week ordered 60 US diplomats to leave the country in tit-for-tat retaliation over the alleged nerve-agent poisoning of an ex-Russian spy and...

Afghanistan: Over 100 students killed in Air Strike in Kunduz School

A senior local official said "around 150" people had been killed and wounded in the air strike, AFP news agency reported. However, international media...

Russian FM: Spy poisoning could be ‘in interests’ of UK

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Monday suggested that the poisoning of former double agent Sergei Skripal could help the British government by distracting...

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