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Pakistan says 5 militants killed in shootout; 2 arrested

Pakistani security forces said Saturday that five suspected militants were killed in an overnight raid in the country’s northwest, and that two other militants were arrested in a separate operation.

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Twitter Suspends 70 Pro-Bloomberg Accounts for Guidelines Violations – Reports

Earlier this week, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Bloomberg campaign was hiring hundreds of people in California to spread pro-Bloomberg messages via social media ahead of the state’s primary.

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Sudan’s PM forms committee to investigate recent protests events

Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok on Saturday announced formation of a committee to investigate violence events during recent protests in Khartoum.

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Veteran BBC Presenter Slams Boris Johnson for ‘Childish’ Conduct Towards Broadcaster

In December, Boris Johnson reportedly ordered his aides to review the mandatory £۱۵۴٫۵۰ ($۲۰۰) BBC annual licence fee and whether failure to pay it should be decriminalised.

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Turkey hails US-Taliban de-escalation deal

Turkey on Saturday welcomed the seven-day reduction in violence in Afghanistan prior to a peace deal between the U.S. and Taliban.

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WHO concerned about coronavirus cases with no clear epidemiological link

The World Health Organization (WHO) is concerned about the number of coronavirus cases with no clear epidemiological link, although the total number of cases outside China remains relatively small, its director general said on Saturday.

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WHO concerned about coronavirus cases with no clear epidemiological link

Israeli bulldozer hits Palestinian protester with stone

A video has emerged showing an Israeli bulldozer hitting a Palestinian protester with a stone while driving at a high speed in the village of Kafr Qaddum in the occupied West Bank.

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Israeli bulldozer hits Palestinian protester with stone

Coronavirus: South Korea confirms huge rise in cases

South Korea says the number of new coronavirus cases in the country has more than doubled in one day.

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Warren on Bloomberg: ‘How many other women are out there?’

Elizabeth Warren said Friday night that Michael Bloomberg’s decision to release three women from non-disclosure agreements with his company is not enough and she asked “how many other women are out there?”

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UK to start issuing post-Brexit blue passports

Britain will issue blue passports next month for the first time in almost three decades following its departure from the European Union, the government said on Saturday.

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Donald Trump India visit: Trade deal unlikely, says White House

The United States on Friday said it was unlikely that a trade deal would be inked with India during President Donald Trump”s upcoming visit to the country, saying that concerns that led to India”s removal from the Generalized System of Preferences persisted.

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Additional US service member diagnosed with brain injury from Iran attack

One more U.S. service member has been diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury following Iran’s January missile strike in Iraq, the Pentagon announced Friday.

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Additional US service member diagnosed with brain injury from Iran attack

Conservatives set to tighten grip as Iran votes for parliament

Iran extended voting for a second time on Friday in an election expected to see conservatives cementing their grip on power as the country faces mounting US pressure over its nuclear programme.

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Deadlocked in Brussels: EU leaders may kick budget decision to March

A decision on the seven-year EU budget may get kicked down the road, as leaders remain in a tense deadlock in Brussels. After a long night of negotiations, they returned to the European Council on Friday morning, with few believing a deal will be reached any time soon.

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Iran officials reports two new deaths related to COVID-19 infection

Deaths due to Covid-19 coronavirus has increased to 2,360, including 2,345 deaths in Mainland China, as of the end of 21 February. The Hubei province has reported 2,250 deaths so far.

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