Afghanistan To Send Delegates To ‘Exchange Views’ With Taliban In Qatar
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Afghanistan To Send Delegates To ‘Exchange Views’ With Taliban In Qatar

Afghanistan will send a government delegation for talks with the Taliban in Qatar, in a potential breakthrough in efforts to end the nearly 18-year war. U.S. and Taliban…

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World Health Day: 10 Must-Watch Documentaries
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World Health Day: 10 Must-Watch Documentaries

What is it like to live with multiple sclerosis in Egypt? Who are the townspeople at the heart of the opioid crisis of the United States? How are doctors battling rabies in the Philippines?…

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Iran rebukes US over rumoured IRGC ‘terrorist’ designation
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Iran rebukes US over rumoured IRGC ‘terrorist’ designation

Iranian officials have cautioned the United States against pushing ahead with a rumoured move to designate Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) a “terrorist” group, warning it could destabilise the region and draw a…

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‘Never again’: 25 years on, Rwanda commemorates genocide victims
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‘Never again’: 25 years on, Rwanda commemorates genocide victims

Kigali, Rwanda – Rwanda has begun 100 days of mourning to commemorate the 25th anniversary of a genocide that tore the small country apart and left close to a…

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US calls for ‘immediate halt’ to Libya fighting
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US calls for ‘immediate halt’ to Libya fighting

The United States has called for an immediate halt to military operations in Libya as the Libyan National Army (LNA) headed by Khalifa Haftar advanced on the capital,…

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Ex-chairman Ghosn removed as director from Nissan’s board
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Ex-chairman Ghosn removed as director from Nissan’s board

Shareholders of Nissan Motor have voted former chairman Carlos Ghosn out as a director, severing his last ties with the automaker. Shareholders at the emergency meeting on Monday…

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US Homeland Security chief Nielsen resigns amid border turmoil
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US Homeland Security chief Nielsen resigns amid border turmoil

Kirstjen Nielsen, the US Homeland Security Secretary who oversaw Trump administration’s controversial immigration policies, has resigned. Donald Trump announced Nielsen’s departure on Sunday, underscoring the president’s intent to…

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Iran Says Terrorist Designation For IRGC Would End ‘Calm’ For U.S. Military In Region
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Iran Says Terrorist Designation For IRGC Would End ‘Calm’ For U.S. Military In Region

Iranian officials have responded angrily to U.S. media reports that the United States will soon designate Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) as a foreign terrorist organization. IRGC…

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U.S. Urges Russia-Backed Libyan Commander To Halt Offensive On Tripoli
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U.S. Urges Russia-Backed Libyan Commander To Halt Offensive On Tripoli

The United States says it is “deeply concerned” about a battle near Libya’s capital, Tripoli, and is seeking an “immediate halt” to an offensive against the city by…

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Turkey’s President Meeting Putin In Moscow On April 8
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Turkey’s President Meeting Putin In Moscow On April 8

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is due to meet in Moscow with Russian President Vladimir Putin on April 8. His visit comes just days after a dispute between…

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