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U.S. students plan protests, Washington march, to demand gun control after mass shooting

Stunned by the deadliest high school shooting in U.S. history, students mobilized across the country on Sunday to organise rallies and a national walkout in support of stronger gun laws, challenging politicians they say have failed to protect them.

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Afghan security: Britain ‘should commit more troops’

Britain should commit more troops to help stabilise Afghanistan and be prepared to remain in the country for many more years, a former Head of the British Armed Forces has said.

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Who will be China’s next defense minister?

hina’s next defense minister will be confirmed and announced by the country’s national legislature when it next meets in March.

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Diplomat calls for boosting Pakistan-Iran trade

Iranian Consul General Muhammad Rafie has said that the volume of trade between Pakistan and Iran has reached the mark of $1.5 billion per year and his country wants it to increase to a record level of $5bn.

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Controversial ‘three-parent’ babies get green light in UK

Fertility doctors in the UK have been given permission to create the country’s first “three-parent” babies to help prevent women passing on inherited diseases to their children.

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Controversial ‘three-parent’ babies get green light in UK

Fertility doctors in the UK have been given permission to create the country’s first “three-parent” babies to help prevent women passing on inherited diseases to their children.

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Pakistan authorities arrest 47 Indian fishermen for illegally fishing in Arabian sea

Forty-seven Indian fishermen have been arrested by Pakistani authorities for allegedly fishing in the country’s territorial waters in the Arabian Sea, according to a maritime official.

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Russia’s UN Envoy: U.S. ‘Hasn’t Proved’ Iran Action In Yemen

Russia’s United Nations envoy says his country does not believe Washington has made a sufficient case that Iran has supplied missiles to Yemen’s Huthi rebels, indicating he would oppose increased sanctions against Tehran.

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Russia’s UN Envoy: U.S. ‘Hasn’t Proved’ Iran Action In Yemen

Russia’s United Nations envoy says his country does not believe Washington has made a sufficient case that Iran has supplied missiles to Yemen’s Huthi rebels, indicating he would oppose increased sanctions against Tehran.

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Donald Trump Extends Protections For Some Syrians In U.S., Shuts Others Out

The Trump administration will leave some Syrians in the U.S. at risk of being deported while their country is still mired in war, but extend temporary protections for several thousand others, the Department of Homeland Security announced Wednesday.

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Donald Trump Extends Protections For Some Syrians In U.S., Shuts Others Out

The Trump administration will leave some Syrians in the U.S. at risk of being deported while their country is still mired in war, but extend temporary protections for several thousand others, the Department of Homeland Security announced Wednesday.

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Truck driver plows into Peru’s 2,000-year-old archeological enigma

Peru’s world renowned Nazca Lines were damaged when a rig plowed into the ancient site on Saturday, the country’s ministry of culture said.

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US teacher in trouble in Vietnam over offensive comments

An American teacher in Vietnam is in trouble for making offensive comments about one of the country’s most revered figures.

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Syria congress begins in Russia but key players absent

Russia’s showpiece congress aimed at bringing Syria’s seven-year war closer to an end will go ahead on Tuesday, despite the country’s main opposition group and Kurdish minority saying they would boycott the event.

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Liberian President George Weah cuts salary to confront ‘broken economy’

In one of his first acts as President of Liberia, George Weah announced he will cut his salary by 25% as part of an effort to confront his country’s “broken economy.”

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Ireland to weigh change in abortion law for first time in 35 years

Ireland’s government on Monday proposed holding a referendum to liberalize the country’s abortion regime at the end of May, offering voters the first opportunity in 35 years to overhaul some of the world’s strictest laws.

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