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انتقاد رومانی از "رفتار تبعیض آمیز" اتحادیه اروپا

مقامات رومانی از مسوولان اتحادیه اروپا به دلیل “رفتار تبعیض آمیز” عیله این کشور انتقاد کردند.

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Iran reaches out to the Afghan Taliban in a bid to reconcile varying Afghan factions

Shortly after a high-ranking Iranian security official confirmed the existence of communication channels with the Afghan Taliban, a delegation from the group visited Tehran to hold high-level talks with Iranian officials. The move comes as different actors are trying to reach out to Taliban to initiate a national reconciliation in war-torn Afghanistan.

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زلزله "ارزوئیه" کرمان را لرزاند

%excerpt% Here is the original post: زلزله "ارزوئیه" کرمان را لرزاند

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Is this how the euro ends?

Here’s how it was supposed to go: Greece first. Then, perhaps, Portugal and Ireland. If things got really bad, Spain.

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British volunteer appeals for help saving 32 migrants in Mediterranean as storm bears down

The government is under pressure to intervene after a ship carrying 32 migrants was denied entry to Mediterranean ports amid worsening weather.

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EU humiliation: Key ambassador booted out of Congo – live on TV

EU ambassador to the Democratic Republic of Congo Bart Ouvry was unceremoniously booted out of the country live on television – just days before today’s elections, prompting the bloc to issue vociferous protests.

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The political calculations behind Trump’s Xmas visit to Iraq

Last Wednesday, US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania paid an unannounced visit to the Al Asad Air Base in Iraq and met with American troops.

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Trump administration attempts to soothe allies’ worries over Syria troop withdrawal

The State Department, Department of Defence and national security adviser John Bolton have all issued public statements that collectively outlined a road map for implementing President Donald Trump’s decision to pull US troops out of Syria, a move the President has adamantly defended after more than a week of criticism and signs of conflict within the administration’s highest levels.

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N.Korea ‘Could Acquire 100 Nuclear Warheads by 2020’

North Korea could acquire up to 100 warheads by 2020 despite stopping nuclear and missile tests this year, NBC quoted an expert as speculating Friday.

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Space: The new frontier of the US-China rivalry

NOT satisfied with challenging US supremacy in politics and trade, China is looking to a new frontier that for too long has been dominated by America – space.

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N.Korean Subs ‘Could Sink U.S. Aircraft Carrier’

North Korea’s conventional weapons remain the biggest threat to the South Korean and U.S. militaries, experts say.

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At least four killed in Giza tour bus bomb blast

Bombing at Egypt’s most representative tourist spot Giza Pyramid seized the country with terror on Friday. Armed policemen and soldiers were dispatched in downtown Cairo on the next day. It has been a year since foreign tourists were killed by terrorism in Egypt.

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Fifteen men charged over beheadings of female hikers in Morocco

Fifteen people have been charged in connection with the murders of two Scandinavian university students in Morocco.Fifteen people have been charged in connection with the murders of two Scandinavian university students in Morocco.

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Sudan’s unions call for a second march on presidential palace

An umbrella group of independent professional unions has called on people to march on the presidential palace in Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, to demand that leader Omar Bashir step down, signalling that protests against the 29-year rule of the autocratic president are showing no sign of abating.

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Netanyahu says Brazil moving its embassy to Jerusalem matter of ‘when, not if’

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that Brazil’s President-elect Jair Bolsonaro told him that it was a matter of “when, not if” he moves his country’s embassy in Israel to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv.

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Carlos Ghosn: Japanese court detains ex-Nissan chief for 10 more days

Carlos Ghosn will remain in detention for another 10 days after a Japanese court approved a prosecutors’ request to continue questioning the former Nissan chairman over allegations of financial misconduct and breach of trust.

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