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The British Broadcasting Corporation has started an investigation after a voice was heard dropping an F-bomb on air while commenting on the Labour Party split... [Read More]
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US president Donald Trump has called on Venezuelan military to accept opposition leader Guaido's offer of amnesty. [Read More]
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The US Department of State on Monday called on Russia to help facilitate deliveries of humanitarian aid to the Rukban refugee camp in Syria. [Read More]
An explosion occurred on Monday in the centre of the Egyptian capital of Cairo near the Al-Azhar University, the Sky News Arabia television reported. [Read More]
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Despite a set of laws that allows sex workers in Germany to register for social security, only a tiny percentage of women working as prostitutes... [Read More]
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An estimated 2030 Australians on some form of income support in the nation have died after the government branch tasked with guaranteeing their payments sent... [Read More]
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India had moved the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in May 2017 after Indian national and former Navy personnel Kulbhushan Jadhav was sentenced to death... [Read More]
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The Indian government is wary of people – militants and refugees alike - crossing over the border and taking shelter inside the country. [Read More]
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Richard C. Pendry, an ex-member of the Parachute Regiment and a management consultant in the field of counter-terrorism in high-threat environments, spoke about the prospect... [Read More]
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A study by Texas Tech University professor Asheley Landrum has concluded that YouTube may be partly to blame for the growing number of flat Earthers,... [Read More]
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Angela Smith was one of seven MPs who quit the Labour Party on Monday, claiming it had been "hijacked" by the Left and was "institutionally... [Read More]
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Two-thirds of US citizens expect to see a woman elected president in their lifetime, while few think that a gay person or an atheist could... [Read More]
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A change in EU gas import rules will not delay or raise the cost of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, the chief executive of Austria's... [Read More]
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President of the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) Philippe Leruth condemned in an interview with Sputnik on Monday the blocking of several Facebook accounts linked... [Read More]
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Earlier this year, the country's space program already made space exploration history by achieving humanity's first-ever successful soft landing on the far side of the... [Read More]
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With nearly forty years having passed since his untimely murder, John Lennon remains one of the most iconic musicians to have ever lived, with both... [Read More]
Earlier, Iran denounced the US-sponsored meeting in the Polish capital as a "failure," accusing Washington of promoting "insecurity, instability, poverty, war and extremism" throughout the... [Read More]
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On 15 February, US President Donald Trump signed a national emergency declaration to free up $8 billion in US federal funds to install 234 miles'... [Read More]
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Euroskeptic parties are on track to hold a fifth of the European Parliament after this May's vote, the parliament's forecasts showed on Monday. [Read More]
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It has been argued increasingly over the years by advocates of transgender rights that unisex toilets should be implemented in most, if not all, social... [Read More]
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