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Notre Dame of Gaza: Our Mosques and Churches are Also Burning

    Notre Dame of Gaza: Our Mosques and Churches are Also Burning

As the 300-foot spire of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris tragically came tumbling down on live television, my thoughts ventured to Nuseirat Refugee Camp, my childhood home in the Gaza Strip. Then, also on television, I watched as a small bulldozer hopelessly clawed through the rubble of my neighborhood mosque. I grew up around…

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Yemeni Military Successes May Boost Secret Peace Negotiations with Saudis

    Yemeni Military Successes May Boost Secret Peace Negotiations with Saudis

AL-BAYDA, YEMEN — For the past two weeks, Yemeni military forces loyal to the Houthis have been waging a fierce campaign to rid the country’s southern al-Bayda and al-Dali provinces from al-Qaeda, ISIS and Saudi Coalition fighters. Dozens of cities, villages, and military sites in the provinces have been captured in the campaign, which was…

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Iran’s parl. passes into law bill to counter US blacklisting of IRGC

    Iran’s parl. passes into law bill to counter US blacklisting of IRGC

Yusef Jalali Press TV, Tehran The Iranian parliament has passed into law a bill to counter the US’s designation of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps as a foreign terrorist organization. Press TV’s Yusef Jalali was in the parliament and filed this report.

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Putin to host North Korea’s Kim in Russia

    Putin to host North Korea’s Kim in Russia

North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un will “soon” travel to Russia on his first ever meeting with President Vladimir Putin, state media say. The official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said on Tuesday that Kim “will soon pay a visit to the Russian Federation at the invitation” of President Putin. “They will have talks during this…

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Syria allows planes of Qatar Airways to use airspace after 8 years

  Syria allows planes of Qatar Airways to use airspace after 8 years

The Syrian government has agreed to a request by the Qatari civil aviation authority to allow planes of Qatar Airways to fly over Syria, eight years after the Persian Gulf's peninsular state suspended its ties with Damascus. “Transport Minister Ali Hammoud has agreed to allow Qatar Airways to cross Syrian airspace, based on a request…

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Ukraine’s Voters Didn’t Just Reject Nationalism, They Rejected Maidan, Bandera and the Revolution

  Ukraine’s Voters Didn’t Just Reject Nationalism, They Rejected Maidan, Bandera and the Revolution

On March 31, the International Election Observation Mission released a statement concluding their assessment of Ukraine’s 2019 presidential election. In it, they wrote: Most previous ODIHR and Council of Europe’s European Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice Commission) recommendations that would bring the legal framework further in line with international obligations and standards, as well…

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The Activists Quietly Struggling to Protect Venezuela’s DC Embassy from a US-backed Coup

  The Activists Quietly Struggling to Protect Venezuela’s DC Embassy from a US-backed Coup

An extraordinary chapter in the ongoing saga of Venezuela has been taking place, virtually unnoticed, at the Venezuela Embassy that lies in the heart of swanky Georgetown in Washington DC. A group of us, all activists opposed to the prospect of the Venezuelan opposition taking over the Embassy, have been living inside the building for…

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Iran gives no credit to US decision to end oil sanctions waivers: Spokesman

  Iran gives no credit to US decision to end oil sanctions waivers: Spokesman

Iran says it gives no credit to a US decision to eliminate the waivers that allowed importers to buy Iranian oil despite Washington's sanctions, stressing Tehran has been in touch with European partners and neighbors to counter any adverse consequences of the move. “Given the illegal nature of these sanctions, the Islamic Republic of Iran…

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Israeli agriculture minister, settlers ‘tour’ al-Aqsa Mosque compound

  Israeli agriculture minister, settlers ‘tour’ al-Aqsa Mosque compound

On another day of provocative action in the occupied Old City of Jerusalem al-Quds, the Israeli minister of agriculture and rural development, Uri Ariel, along with dozens of settlers have toured the al-Aqsa Mosque compound. The Palestinian Ma’an news agency, citing the spokesman for the Islamic Waqf (Endowment) organization, Firas al-Dibs, said right-wing Ariel, together…

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Most young US voters say country is on wrong track: Poll

  Most young US voters say country is on wrong track: Poll

A significant majority of young people in the United States are concerned about the country’s moral direction under US President Donald Trump, according to new survey. Among young Democrats, 66 percent said they were concerned about the moral direction of the country, up from 42 percent in 2015, according to the poll from Harvard’s Institute…

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