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French authorities prepare bill against violent protestors — premier

The French government has been preparing a new bill to toughen punishment for aggressive protestors, which may make them personally responsible for property damage, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has told the TF-1 TV channel.

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Australia takes away citizenship of alleged top ISIS recruiter

The Australian government has stripped citizenship from a man it believes is a top recruiter for Islamic State, Australia’s home affairs minister said on Saturday.

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Tokyo does not change its stance on peace treaty with Russia – Japanese PM

The Japanese government has not changed its stance on a peace treaty with Russia, which Tokyo believes should be signed after resolving the Kuril Islands issue, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said during the debate in the lower house of parliament on Monday.

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UK to pay obligations under Turkey-EU refugee agreement before Brexit

The British government has pledged to continue to pay its obligations to the Turkish government under the Turkey-European Union (EU) refugee agreement until its official withdrawal from the union, Anadolu Agency reported yesterday.

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Syrian government approves return to Yarmouk

The Syrian government has reportedly given a green light for the rebuilding and return of residents to Yarmouk refugee camp more than five years after their mass displacement.

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Japan May Allow North Korean Sports Minister Enter Country – Reports

The Japanese government has engaged in resolving the issue of granting an entry permit to North Korean Physical Culture and Sports Minister Kim Il Guk, local media reported.

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Colombia recognises Palestine as a ‘free, independent’ state

The Colombian government has recognised Palestinian statehood, taking the decision during president Juan Manuel Santos’ final week in office.The Colombian government has recognised Palestinian statehood, taking the decision during president Juan Manuel Santos’ final week in office.

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After G7 summit, Merkel calls for European rearmament

Following the collapse of the G7 summit in Charlevoix, Canada, the German government has intensified its campaign for trade war and military rearmament.

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Reuters poll – Britain’s Brexit divorce skills get thumbs down: economists

Britain’s government has handled negotiations with the European Union over its departure from the bloc poorly, according to all economists in a Reuters poll, who did however say there was just a one-in-five chance of a disorderly Brexit.

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Miguel Díaz-Canel: Cuba selects first non-Castro president in 60 years

The Cuban government has selected the country’s 57-year-old first vice-president, Miguel Díaz-Canel, as the sole candidate to succeed President Raúl Castro in a transition aimed at ensuring the country’s single-party system outlasts the ageing revolutionaries who created it.

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Is the UK complicit in Yemen’s civil war?

The British government has been accused of colluding in war crimes by supporting Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen.

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In Belgrade, Iranian foreign minister discusses ways of improving Iran-Serbia relations

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is an official visit to Serbia to discuss bilateral and regional issues with high-ranking Serbian officials. The trip comes as the Serbian government has decided to lift visa restrictions for Iranian citizens. 

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White House Doubts Turkey’s Alleged Use of Chemical Weapons in Syria

The US government has expressed skepticism over reports that Turkey used chemical weapons in Syrian northern region of Afrin in its ongoing offensive operation, US White House official Michael Anton said.

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Japan Reportedly Prepares Compatriots’ Evacuation Plan From Korean Peninsula

The Japanese government has started working out a plan of evacuation of compatriots, as well as of the US citizens from South Korea by sea in case of potential attack conducted by North Korea, local media reported Tuesday.

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Planned Talks Between Venezuelan Opposition, Government Will Not Take Place

The negotiations between the Venezuelan government and the opposition, slated for November 15 in the Dominican Republic, will not take place since the government has not approved the presence of the ministers of foreign affairs of the Latin American countries, opposition lawmaker Luis Florido said Tuesday.

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Saad Hariri’s ‘resignation’ has not gone as smoothly as Saudis wanted

THE Saudis may be holding the Lebanese prime minister hostage but their apparent plan to topple the Beirut government has gloriously backfired.

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