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EU voices ‘deep concern’ over Iran nuclear inspector incident

EU voices ‘deep concern’ over Iran nuclear inspector incident

The EU said yesterday it was “deeply concerned” by an incident involving an inspector with the UN’s nuclear watchdog last week in Iran…
NATO experiencing ‘brain death’: Macron

NATO experiencing ‘brain death’: Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron says he believes NATO is undergoing “brain death,” lamenting a lack of coordination between Europe and the…

Sikhs await opening of corridor to Pak shrine

A corridor that will allow Sikhs to cross from India into Pakistan to visit one of the religion’s holiest sites is set to open Saturday, with thousands expected to make a pilgrimage interrupted by decades of conflict. Indian prime minister Narendra Modi will see off the first group of pilgrims,…

China jails 9 for selling fentanyl into US

China yesterday jailed nine people for selling fentanyl to Americans, the result of a landmark joint probe, and pledged further co-operation following President Donald Trump’s fury at Beijing’s perceived inaction against Chinese suppliers fuelling the deadly US opioid crisis. Despite Trump’s…

Labour Party hit by internal strife

A resignation and a defection are forcing Jeremy Corbyn to confront two scourges hounding his Labour Party as it tries to unseat UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson: anti-Semitism and Brexit. Labour is hoping to regain power for the first time in nearly a decade when voters go to the polls on December 12…

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37 killed in Burkina Faso’s deadliest attack in five years AFP, Ouagadougou An ambush on a convoy transporting employees of a Canadian mining company in Burkina Faso killed 37 people on Wednesday, the deadliest attack in nearly five years of jihadist violence in the West African country. The impoverished…
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