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Mass shootings continue in US, leaving two dead, four hurt

Mass shootings continue in US, leaving two dead, four hurt

On Monday, two people were murdered and four others were injured — including a police officer — when a gunman
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Sudan army kills three anti-coup protesters, wounds 80

Sudan army kills three anti-coup protesters, wounds 80

The Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors has said that three people died of gunshot wounds while at least 80 others
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Beijing city delays marathon, raises Covid curbs as Winter Olympics near

Beijing city delays marathon, raises Covid curbs as Winter Olympics near

China's latest Covid-19 outbreak has forced the capital Beijing to delay its annual marathon race and step up other curbs,
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Saudi crown prince suggested killing King Abdullah, ex-official says

Saudi crown prince suggested killing King Abdullah, ex-official says

Saudi Arabia's crown prince suggested using a "poison ring" to kill the late King Abdullah, a former top Saudi intelligence
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If EU ‘starts WW3’ against Poland by withholding promised funding, Warsaw will defend itself with ‘any weapons available’ – PM

If EU ‘starts WW3’ against Poland by withholding promised funding, Warsaw will defend itself with ‘any weapons available’ – PM

Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki has warned the EU against acting “with a gun to our heads,” claiming Warsaw would defend
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Turkey: Envoys vow to comply with Vienna Convention

Turkey: Envoys vow to comply with Vienna Convention

ANKARA: The U.S. Embassy in Ankara has said it maintains compliance with Article 41 of the Vienna Convention that stipulates
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More than half of Afghans face ‘acute’ food crisis: UN agencies

More than half of Afghans face ‘acute’ food crisis: UN agencies

KABUL: This winter, millions of Afghans will be forced to choose between migration and starvation unless we can step up
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Finnish Defence Ministry demands risk assessment for nuclear plant project over Russian ties

Finnish Defence Ministry demands risk assessment for nuclear plant project over Russian ties

The Hanhikivi-1 nuclear power plant to be built in northern Finland, is billed as one of the largest individual investments
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