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The most popular social media giants, Facebook and Instagram, suffered serious outages across the globe on Thursday, the Downdetector website, which monitors disruptions in the... [Read More]
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The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) said on Thursday that El Feel oil field in the country's southwest had been temporarily closed again due to... [Read More]
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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has galvanised Brexit supporters, who are increasingly likely to turn to the Conservative Party in next week's general election, rather... [Read More]
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The Israeli State Prosecutor's Office on Thursday published charges in the large-scale corruption scheme, known as Case 3000, that involved bribes to Israeli officials for... [Read More]
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Swedish teen eco-activist Greta Thunberg is among the quartet of recipients of this year's Right Livelihood Award, also known as the "alternative Nobel Prize" for... [Read More]
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Margarita Simonyan, the editor-in-chief of the RT broadcaster, has commented on search and questioning of a producer for Ruptly video news agency, an RT affiliate,... [Read More]
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The Pentagon may further reduce the number of US troops in Syria if European allies contribute to the mission there, US Defence Secretary Mark Esper... [Read More]
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The Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) has proposed the creation of an international working group to restore the membership of the Russian Athletics Federation (RusAF) in... [Read More]
A total of 10 civilians, including eight children, were killed and 13 were wounded in a mortar attack by militants in the city of Tall... [Read More]
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Clashes broke out in the vicinity of the presidential building in Libya's capital between forces of the UN-recognised Government of National Accord (GNA) and armed... [Read More]
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The speaker of the Iraqi parliament, Mohamed al-Halbousi, appealed on Wednesday to President Barham Salih to nominate a new prime minister within 15 days. [Read More]
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Japanese doctor Testsu Nakamura, the head of NGO Japan Medical Services (PJMS), and his four bodyguards and a driver were fatally shot in an attack... [Read More]
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Spain's National High Court has reopened a case against Barcelona football club's forward player Lionel Messi by a former employee of his charity foundation, Federico... [Read More]
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Iceland will impose a ban on vessels powered by heavy fuel oil (HFO) from entering its territorial waters beginning on 1 January 2020, media reported... [Read More]
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MOSCOW (Sputnik)  - Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs announced these plans in a press release published on the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Trade website.... [Read More]
Iranian authorities have arrested key members of a group planning to cause unrest at university campuses in Iran, the country's intelligence ministry said in a... [Read More]
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According to a statement by the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the bombs and arms were found in the Spanish city of Miranda de Ebro, which... [Read More]
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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Tuesday that his US counterpart's intention to restore tariffs on metal imports from his country was linked to election... [Read More]
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The Philippines have evacuated more than 225,000 people as Typhoon Kammuri, also known as Tisoy, continues to barrel through the country and bring with it... [Read More]
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Denmark received Russia's proposal on a moratorium on deployment of intermediate- and shorter-range missiles in Europe but has not decided yet whether it will join,... [Read More]
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