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UK: Theresa May to bring Brexit deal back to lawmakers in June

British Prime Minister Theresa May will introduce a bill in the first week of June to implement Brexit, the government has announced.

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Britain’s FM urges caution over Huawei role in 5G network

British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has urged caution over the role of China’s Huawei in the UK, saying the government should think carefully before opening its doors to the technology giant to develop next-generation 5G mobile networks.

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France bans protests at key tourist sites in Paris

French officials said on Tuesday that they would ban potentially violent protests in key areas like the Champs-Élysées in Paris, following a surge of violence during yellow vest demonstrations over the weekend that led to intense criticism of the government’s handling of security around tourist neighbourhoods and wealthier areas.

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Preparations underway for the Syrian army’s major operation in Idlib

With most parts of the Syrian territories being brought back under the control of the government, all eyes are now on Idlib and East of Euphrates, as two major areas still our of Damascus’ control. Meanwhile, reports suggest that the Syrian army is being prepared for the long-awaited military operation against the terrorists in Idlib.

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Yellow vest protests entered 16th straight weekend across France

Thousands of French yellow vests protested Saturday for a 16th straight weekend in Paris and other cities to show they are keeping up momentum against the government’s economic policies they see as favoring the rich.

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India refuses to share proof of air strikes in Balakot

A top Indian minister said on Saturday the government would not share proof that “a very large number of militants” were killed in air strikes inside Pakistan this week, after doubts were raised there were any casualties in the attack that stoked tensions between the two countries.

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Sudan’s Omar Al Bashir declares state of emergency

Sudan’s Omar Al Bashir has named a new prime minister and first vice president the day after dissolving the government and declaring a year-long state of emergency.

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Cuba Calls for Averting Use of Force against Venezuela

Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez has called for preserving peace and averting the unjustifiable use of force against Venezuela, a midst mounting pressures led by the US Government.

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Trump says not ‘happy’ with border deal but shutdown unlikely

President Donald Trump indicated Tuesday that he will walk back his threat to shut the government even if he does not get all the money he has demanded for building a wall along the US-Mexican border.

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Myanmar: UN expert decries failure to implement reforms

The UN’s human rights expert on Myanmar, Yanghee Lee, said today the Government was consolidating what military governments worked towards over many years, defying a pledge to transition to a fully functioning democracy under civilian control.

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Athens riots: Clashes as 60,000 protesters march in Greece against Macedonia name change

Tens of thousands of protesters marched through Athens on Sunday to show their fury with their government’s deal with Macedonia, in a day of violent clashes outside the Greek parliament.

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Colombia seeks arrest of ELN rebel leaders after bombing

Colombian President Ivan Duque announced on Friday that he was reinstating the arrest warrants of 10 National Liberation Army (ELN) members after his government accused the group of being responsible for a car bombing in a Bogota police academy.

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US Mulls Imposing Record Fine on Facebook for User Privacy Violations – Reports

US regulators are contemplating the record-setting penalty because they allege the social media giant violated an agreement with the government to protect the privacy of its users’ personal information, the Washington Post reported.

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‘British parliament is deadlocked and the country divided’ as Theresa May works to deliver Brexit before deadline

Ask yourself this; if you voted for something in a referendum – like same-sex marriage, or to change the date of Australia Day – but the government was so divided on technicalities that it couldn’t follow through with the result, OR what you thought you were voting for shifted… should you get to vote again? Or is that cheating?

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UK PM May Suffers Defeat from Cross-Party MP Alliance Over No-Deal Brexit Voting

Theresa May suffered a defeat in Parliament as MPs restricted the tax powers of the government in the case of a “no-deal” Brexit.

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Anti-Brexit MPs plot to PARALYSE Parliament in bid to FORCE second EU referendum

ANTI-BREXIT MPs could seek to paralyse Parliament, stopping the Government from passing new laws or even raising certain taxes in a bid force a second referendum on the UK’s EU membership, a new report suggests.

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