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Boeing’s 737 MAX jet ‘being investigated by US prosecutors’

The development of Boeing’s 737 MAX jets is reportedly being investigated by US prosecutors and the country’s department of transport.

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Why New Zealand’s gun laws are being reformed

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced that changes to the country’s gun laws following the Christchurch massacre will be announced within 10 days.

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Algeria protests: the beginning of another Arab uprising?

A wave of demonstrations has swept across Algeria in recent weeks after the country’s ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika announced his decision to seek a fifth term in office.

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Venezuela still in dark, Guaido wants ‘state of alarm’ declared

Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido will ask lawmakers on Monday to declare a “state of alarm” over the country’s devastating blackout in order to facilitate the delivery of international aid — a chance to score points in his power struggle with President Nicolas Maduro.

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Venezuela’s power failure adds fuel to opposition anger

Thousands of opposition supporters have marched to central Caracas, defying a government ban on rallies in the Venezuelan capital’s core and testing a heavy police presence as the country struggled to emerge from its worst blackout in recent memory.

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China says can ‘absolutely’ reach deal with U.S. on financial opening

China can “absolutely” reach an agreement with the United States on opening up its financial sector, China’s top banking regulator said on Tuesday, even as the country’s commerce minister admitted talks with Washington had been difficult.

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Trump admits failure of US policies in Syria, Iraq

U.S. president on Saturday criticized his country’s foreign policies in Iraq and Syria, saying that his administration will focus on fixing up America’s infrastructure rather than fighting “endless wars”.

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Venezuela urges US to stop "imperialistic aggression" — foreign ministry

The Venezuelan leadership condemns US sanctions imposed on military officials of the Bolivarian Republic and confirms that they are directed against those loyal to the legitimate authorities, the country’s foreign ministry said.

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China never recognised India and Pakistan as nuclear-weapon states: China

hina Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang on Friday said that the country never recognised India and Pakistan as the nuclear weapon states.

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Leaders of ‘۹/۱۱ Commission’ recommend new US approach to extremism

Leaders of the commission that recommended changes in US counterterrorism strategy after the Sept. 11 attacks called on Tuesday for another shift, saying the country still falls short in preventing, rather than striking back at, extremism

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Bootleg liquor kills more than 100 in northeastern India

More than 100 people have died in northeastern India after drinking bootleg liquor, the second mass poisoning from illegal alcohol to hit the country this month.

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Cubans to vote in constitutional referendum

More than eight million Cubans are expected to go to the polls this Sunday to vote on a new constitution that would shape the country’s economic, social and political future.

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High-ranking Iranian officials in China to promote Tehran-Beijing “Strategic Partnership”

Despite being targeted by increasing US sanctions, the Islamic Republic appears determined not to let its relations with non-Western powers to be affected by American policies.

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US and Germany clash over Iran deal and Syria

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has defended a nuclear deal with Iran during a showdown with US vice-President Mike Pence at a security conference in her country.

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Iran warns Saudi Arabia and UAE, criticizes Pakistan, over a recent terrorist attack against IRGC forces

Following a deadly terrorist attack against Iranian military personnel in the southeast of the country, top commander of Iran’s IRGC warns some neighboring countries of becoming the target of the Islamic Republic’s retaliatory moves over their support of anti-Iran terrorist groups.

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Guaido Gives Pro-Maduro Military 7 Days to ‘Take Side of Constitution’

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who has declared himself the country’s interim president, called on the Venezuelan Armed Forces, supporting President Nicolas Maduro, to change sides, giving the military seven days to do so, in the anticipation of humanitarian aid arrivals to the crisis-hit country.

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