Israel rocket attack: Seven wounded north of Tel Aviv
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Israel rocket attack: Seven wounded north of Tel Aviv

An early morning rocket, allegedly fired from the Gaza Strip, struck a home in central Israel on Monday, wounding seven people and prompting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to…

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OCU to accept Onufriy "like brother" if head of pro-Russian church decides to switch: Filaret
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OCU to accept Onufriy "like brother" if head of pro-Russian church decides to switch: Filaret

“We will accept him as a brother,” said Filaret, 90, who is an honorary patriarch of the OCU, according to Glavkom. Patriarch Filaret also debunked the myth that…

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Ukraine’s economic growth expected to slow in 2019 – National Bank
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Ukraine’s economic growth expected to slow in 2019 – National Bank

The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) says the country’s economic growth in 2019 will temporarily slow to 2.5%, but will accelerate again in 2020–2021 due to gradual liberalization…

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Info war, Minsk deal expansion: Ukrainian presidential candidate Zelensky on issue of occupied territories
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Russia Lands Two Air Force Planes In Venezuela, Official Says
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Russia Lands Two Air Force Planes In Venezuela, Official Says

A Venezuelan official has told the Associated Press that two Russian Air Force planes arrived in Caracas over the weekend as part of military cooperation between the two…

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France’s Macron, China’s Xi Meet After Italy Joins Silk Road Project
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France’s Macron, China’s Xi Meet After Italy Joins Silk Road Project

French President Emmanuel Macron welcomed China’s Xi Jinping for dinner on March 24 ahead of their official discussions amid the French leader’s efforts to bolster European unity to…

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Pakistan, India Trade Barbs Over Alleged Religious Conversion Of Hindu Girls
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Pakistan, India Trade Barbs Over Alleged Religious Conversion Of Hindu Girls

Reports of an alleged kidnapping and religious conversion of two Hindu teenage sisters to Islam in mostly Muslim Pakistan last week has triggered a spat between the country…

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Beats, rhymes and elections: Rap and politics in Senegal
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Beats, rhymes and elections: Rap and politics in Senegal

Those who followed the campaigns leading up to Senegal‘s presidential election late last month would have been struck by one of the defining features of Senegalese politics – hip-hop…

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Celebrated Bangladeshi singer Shahnaz Rahmatullah dies at 67
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Celebrated Bangladeshi singer Shahnaz Rahmatullah dies at 67

Shahnaz Rahmatullah, a renowned South Asian singer, popularly known as Shahnaz Begum, passed away in Bangladesh after suffering a heart attack. The 67-year-old singer’s career spanned five decades…

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Bolsonaro in Chile: Brazilian leader sparks controversy
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Bolsonaro in Chile: Brazilian leader sparks controversy

Brazil‘s right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro has wrapped up an official visit to Chile that was marked by protests and controversy. The Brazilian leader’s praise of Chile’s former military…

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