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Train crash kills four, injures at least 65 in Bangladesh

Five coaches on a Bangladesh express train veered off a railway bridge in northeastern Bangladesh, killing at least four people and injuring 65, officials said Monday, and a search of the wreckage for any people trapped was continuing.

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Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam issues apology [FULL TEXT]

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam apologized on Tuesday and said she had heard the people “loud and clear” after massive protests over a controversial extradition bill.

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Tories select European election candidates that want to revoke Article 50

The Conservatives have selected a number of European election candidates who are actively campaigning for a People’s Vote and to revoke Article 50.

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Palestinian Foreign Ministry renewed call for provide international protection for Palestinian people

The Palestinian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Palestinian Expatriates on Sunday called on the UN to provide international protection to the Palestinian people, pointing out that the continuous and brutal violations by the occupation authorities against our people and our capabilities is illegal and unacceptable at all.

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Judge Sets $1 Million Bond for R. Kelly After Sexual Abuse Charges

Cook County Judge John Fitzgerald Lyke Jr. sets bail at $1 million for R&B superstar R.

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As the Iranians mark 40th anniversary of the revolution, Rouhani defends the development of Iran’s missile power

Different Iranian cities were today witnessing huge gatherings of the people who were celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution. The ceremonies in the capital Tehran were also attended by the Iranian president who made a speech for the attendees.

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Kenya court orders six suspects held over Nairobi hotel attack

A Canadian national and five other people suspected of helping extremist gunmen stage a deadly attack in the Kenyan capital this week appeared in court on Friday as prosecutors investigated them for suspected terror offenses.

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Did Trump really threaten Turkey?

US. President Donald Trump took to Twitter earlier this week to negotiate with Turkey in his own crude way. The United States “will devastate Turkey economically if they hit Kurds,” Trump tweeted

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Bolton, Pompeo stir up trouble in Washington

US. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Adviser John Bolton seem to be pursuing former President Barack Obama’s Syria policy, ignoring President Donald Trump’s orders

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Netherlands, German police thwart Dutch ‘terror plot’

The Dutch public prosecutor’s office opened an investigation on Saturday into a suspected terror plot in the Netherlands. The counterterrorism Special Intervention Service (DSI) and police initially arrested four people in Rotterdam who were suspected of plotting a “terrorist crime,” police said.

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There’s no more certainty with Brexit than there would have been if we’d voted to stay in the EU

Promoting her EU Withdrawal Deal to the people of Britain, to her Government and to Parliament, Theresa May’s central argument has hinged on the supposed virtue of ‘certainty’. I ask myself: for whom and for what purpose is Theresa May’s so-called certainty – and how can something so intangible be a virtue?

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Brazil: Gunman kills four worshippers in cathedral in Campinas, commits suicide

At least four people were killed and four others wounded after a gunman opened fire in a cathedral in the southeastern Brazilian city of Campinas on Tuesday, Reuters reported. The assailant then killed himself after security forces wounded him, said authorities.

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Here’s A Special Glimpse At China’s Secretive J-20 Stealth Fighter

n August 1, China celebrated the founding of the People’s Liberation Army by allowing some high-resolution photos of the next-generation J-20 stealth fighter to leak, complete with a tasteful photoshopped-on patriotic dragon painting just below the canopy which just screams “Happy Birthday, PLA.”

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Brazilian student, 3 others killed in Nicaragua amid unrest

A Brazilian medical student and three other people have been killed amid unrest that has rocked this Central American nation for over three months, her university and a human rights group reported Tuesday.

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War in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Retiring Chinese general He Lei recently made news by suggesting that China’s greatest military weakness compared to the United States was that it has never fought a real war.

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Afghanistan extends unilateral ceasefire with Taliban after Eid celebrations

Afghanistan on Saturday evening extended its unilateral ceasefire with the Taliban. The government’s earlier ceasefire was to end on June 20. “The details about the extended ceasefire will soon be shared with the people,” said President Ashraf Ghani in a televised address, according to TOLO News.

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