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US pulls diplomats from Iraqi city, citing threats from Iran

  The United States announced on Friday it will effectively close its consulate in the Iraqi city of Basra and relocate diplomatic personnel assigned there following increasing threats from Iran and Iran-backed militia, including rocket fire, reported on Reuters. The decision adds to mounting tension between the United States and …

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Ambassador: Turkey, Venezuela enjoying historic ties

  Turkey and Venezuela enjoy “historic” relations in many areas, including the economy and trade, Turkey’s ambassador in Caracas said on Saturday, reported on Anadolu Agency. In an exclusive interview with Anadolu Agency, Sevki Mutevellioglu said: “We are now experiencing a historic time between Turkey and Venezuela.” Referring to the …

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Trump swoons over letters from North Korea’s Kim

  US President Donald Trump took his enthusiasm for his detente with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to new heights on Saturday, declaring at a rally with supporters that “we fell in love” after exchanging letters, as reported on Reuters. Trump and Kim have said they want to work …

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Real Madrid honours Ahed Tamimi at home stadium

  The 17-year-old Palestinian icon, Ahed al-Tamimi, who was imprisoned for eight months in an Israeli prison, was honoured by the Spanish soccer club Real Madrid, on Saturday, after being invited to visit the team’s home stadium. Ahed arrived at Real Madrid’s home field of Santiago Bernabeu hours before the …

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Dhageyso Waraysi: Wasiirka Arrimaha Dibadda Soomaaliya

Wasiirka arrimaha Dibedda Somalia Axmed Ciise Cawad ayaa sheegay in kulan uu magaalada NY kula qaatay kaaliyaha Xoghayaha Arrimaha dibedda Maraykanka ee Africa uu ka codsaday in Maraykanka uu qaado xayiraadda dhinaca socdaalka ee uu saaray Soomaalida Maraykanka imanaysa, sidoo kalena uu Maraykanku u aqoonsado baasaboorka Soomaaliya. Axmed Cawad ayaa …

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