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Railway to Connect Iran, Afghanistan, Turkey Russia

Pakistan’s Railways Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmad said on Saturday that Pakistan railways will connect Iran, Afghanistan Turkey and Russia through rail link, according to Pakistani media reports.

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Pakistan, Iran agree on fighting terrorists

Underscoring important brotherly countries like Iran’s help in the current standoff with India, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday briefed Iranian President Dr.

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Turkey says done deal on Russia missile ignoring U.S.’ warning

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that Turkey’s deal to buy Russian S-400 missile defense systems had “nothing to do” with the security of the U.S.

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Islamic State fighter wants to return to Italy, warns of "sleeper cells"

An Islamic State fighter detained in Syria urged Italy on Saturday to let him come home to start a new life, saying he had abandoned the self-styled jihadist “caliphate” after growing disillusioned with its rulers.

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Pink vest childcare workers join French ‘yellow vest’ protests

Hundreds of “yellow vest” protesters began marches in Paris on Saturday, marking the 17th straight weekend of anti-government demonstrations despite attempts by French President Emmanuel Macron to quell discontent with a nationwide series of debates.

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Severe turbulence injures 30 on flight from Istanbul to New York

Severe turbulence injured 30 people aboard a Turkish Airlines flight from Istanbul that landed safely at New York’s Kennedy International Airport on Saturday afternoon, officials said.

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Joe Biden tops 2020 Iowa Democratic presidential poll ahead of Sanders

The former US vice-president Joe Biden has topped a poll of Iowa voters on Saturday that also showed Senator Bernie Sanders gaining momentum against him in the number two spot.

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China says hopes countries don’t abuse rules to limit investment

China hopes other countries do not abuse national security rules to impede normal investment, Vice Commerce Minister Qian Keming said on Saturday.

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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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Donald Trump warns against ‘socialist nightmare’ at conservative conference

In a speech laced with sarcasm and his characteristic “off script” style, US President Donald Trump targeted special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation and Democrat lawmakers at a conservative conference on Saturday.

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Islamic State’s final stand: ‘Remarkable progress’ in ground assault

The ground assault into the last area held by the Islamic State group intensified Saturday as US-backed Syrian fighters made “remarkable progress” amid heavy clashes, including the capture of a hill overlooking a tent encampment for the extremists, officials with the Kurdish-led forces said.

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CEO of Brazil’s Vale removed after deadly dam disaster

Vale CEO Fabio Schvartsman and three other senior executives resigned Saturday after federal prosecutors investigating a fatal mine bust requested their removal.

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France: 15th yellow vest protests see thousands on the streets

Thousands of people marched on Saturday in Paris and other French cities for a 15th straight weekend of yellow vest protests in which dozens of people were arrested.

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Israeli Soldiers Fire on Shepherd in Gaza

Israeli forces opened fire towards Palestinian shepherds, on Saturday morning, in the besieged Gaza Strip.

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Spanish right-wing parties could hold a majority in parliament – poll

Spanish right-wing parties PP, Ciudadanos and Vox could together hold a parliamentary majority in a snap election on April 28, one opinion poll showed on Saturday.

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Turkey’s Erdogan says more than 310,000 Syrians return home

Some 311,000 Syrian refugees have returned to their homeland following military operations launched by Turkey in Syria, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday.

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