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بسیجی مجروح حادثه "پاسداران" از کما خارج شد

بسیجی امید خسروی یکی از مجروحان حادثه اغتشاش دراویش گنابادی در پاسداران تهران که به کما رفته بود بعد از ۹ روز از کما خارج شد.

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Iranian officials hit back at the British effort to target Iran in the United Nations

After the Western members of United Nations Security Council failed to pass a resolution condemning Iran for what’s going on in Yemen, Iranian officials are hitting back at the west, demanding an end to the US and European countries’ support for Saudi Arabia in its invasion to Yemen.

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EU to publish first draft of Brexit treaty

The European Union is due to lay out its Brexit strategy for the first time later, which is likely to prompt debate over the question of the Irish border.

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Military takeover in Rio sparks fears of police brutality

One by one, three black Brazilian men matter-of-factly give tips for interacting with police that sound very much like “the talk” that many black Americans have with their sons.

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School kids rule: Digital designs are 2020 Olympic mascots

The schoolchildren have had their say: A pair of futuristic digital characters will be the mascots for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics.

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Philippine chief justice taking leave, expects impeachment

The Philippine Supreme Court chief justice expects to be impeached by the House of Representatives next month and will go on indefinite leave to prepare for the trial, her spokesman said Wednesday.

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Trump discusses Iran in calls with Saudi, UAE leaders -White House

U.S. President Donald Trump discussed Iran’s “destabilising activities” and other security and economic issues in separate telephone calls with senior Saudi and Emirati leaders on Tuesday, the White House said.

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NSA chief says Trump has given him no new authority to strike at Russian interference threat

The head of U.S. Cyber Command warned lawmakers that penalties and other measures have not “changed the calculus or the behavior” of Russia as it seeks to interfere with this year’s midterm elections.

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Russia shifting alliance as Pakistan manages relationship with US

As Pakistan navigates its troubled relationship with the United States and scrambles to avoid being blacklisted for doing too little, too late to stop terror funding, regional alliances are shifting and analysts ponder whether a cozier relationship with countries like Russia will complicate efforts to move toward peace in neighboring Afghanistan.

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Kim Jong-un’s secret Brazilian passport discovered (PHOTOS)

Brazilian passports, which were used by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and his father in an attempt to get foreign embassies to issue them travel permits, have been revealed for the first time.

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Russian Su-24MR carries out planned flight over Sea of Japan

A Russian Su-24MR warplane performed a planned mission over the Sea of Japan, local media reported Wednesday.

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Prospect of Islamic State in Kashmir is a frightening one in light of group’s ‘retreat’ from Iraq, Syria

A statement on the group’s propaganda channel, Al-Amaq reportedly said, “Assassinated an element of police in firing near city of Srinagar in Kashmir yesterday (Sunday)”.

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UN humanitarian chief calls Yemen conditions ‘catastrophic’

The U.N. humanitarian chief warned Tuesday that conditions in Yemen are “catastrophic” after three years of war, with a record 22.2 million people needing aid and protection, and the U.N.

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Lebanon’s Hariri leaves for Riyadh on first visit since ‘resignation’

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri left for Riyadh late on Tuesday, his media office said, for his first to the Saudi capital since he abruptly resigned there in November.

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Cesored! China bans the letter N from the internet as Xi Jinping extends grip on power

It is the 14th letter in the English alphabet and, in Scrabble, the springboard for more than 600 8-letter words.

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Kushner’s foreign contacts raised concerns at White House – report

Officials from China, the United Arab Emirates and at least two other countries privately talked about ways they could control Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and close adviser, a Washington Post report said on Tuesday, citing current and former U.S. officials.

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