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Over 350 million children live in conflict zones: Save the Children

    Over 350 million children live in conflict zones: Save the Children

More children than ever before are living in conflict areas and are at risk of death and violence, the charity Save the Children said on Thursday, with Syria, Afghanistan and Somalia the worst countries for young people. In a report, the global charity said at least 357 million children – or one in six worldwide…

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EU envoy to Russia hails JCPOA as best possible nuclear deal

    EU envoy to Russia hails JCPOA as best possible nuclear deal

The European Union’s envoy to Moscow has described the 2015 Iran nuclear accord with world countries as the best possible agreement, saying the EU’s stance on the deal is closer to the positions of Russia and China than that of the US. In an interview with Russia’s Kommersant daily on Thursday, Markus Ederer said that…

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Jeff Sessions’ Dog Whistle to White Supremacy: Sheriffs Guard Our “Anglo-American Heritage”

    Jeff Sessions’ Dog Whistle to White Supremacy: Sheriffs Guard Our “Anglo-American Heritage”

WASHINGTON – U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions addressed a meeting of the National Sheriff’s Association on February 12 in Washington. As the nation’s chief law enforcer, Sessions was “among friends” and such an appearance should have been uneventful. What could possibly go wrong? Well … it appears that the Attorney General may have improvised a…

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Bahraini forces clash with anti-regime protesters marking uprising anniversary

    Bahraini forces clash with anti-regime protesters marking uprising anniversary

Bahraini forces have attacked groups of protesters marking the seventh anniversary of their uprising against the ruling Al Khalifah in several areas across the kingdom, injuring several of them in the ensuing clashes. Braving a heavy police presence, large numbers of people took to the streets in several towns and villages, including Dumistan, Tashan and…

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Australia deputy PM narrowly survives vote at parliament

  Australia deputy PM narrowly survives vote at parliament

Australia's beleaguered deputy prime minister withstood a parliamentary vote Thursday that would have called for his firing after revelations of a relationship with a former staffer and a free-residence deal with a wealthy political donor. But Barnaby Joyce will take leave rather than act as government leader next week, as his Nationals party mulls his…

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Dollar rate hits all-time high against Iran’s rial

  Dollar rate hits all-time high against Iran’s rial

Yusef Jalali Press TV, Tehran Unabated rise in the dollar rate against the Iranian national currency- Rial- has drawn complaints from Iranians. Press TV’s Yusef Jalali has taken a closer look at the issue and filed this report.

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As Regime Change Fails, Is A Military Coup or US Invasion of Venezuela Next?

  As Regime Change Fails, Is A Military Coup or US Invasion of Venezuela Next?

Several signals point to a possible military strike on Venezuela, with high-ranking officials and influential politicians making clear that it is a distinct possibility. Speaking at his alma mater, the University of Texas, on February 1, Secretary of State Tillerson suggested a potential military coup in in the country. Tillerson then visited allied Latin American countries urging regime change and…

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US Finally Admits “No Evidence” Assad Used Sarin Gas

  US Finally Admits “No Evidence” Assad Used Sarin Gas

Secretary of Defense James Mattis stated on or about February 2nd, 2018 that the United States has “no evidence” that the Syrian government used the banned nerve agent Sarin against its own people in attacks in 2013 and 2017. The most recent accusation provoked a massive Tomahawk strike ordered by President Trump that was quite provocative in the…

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Rosario Dawson, Angela Davis, Cornel West Among 27 US Figures Calling for Release of Ahed Tamimi

  Rosario Dawson, Angela Davis, Cornel West Among 27 US Figures Calling for Release of Ahed Tamimi

More than two-dozen high-profile art and film figures, as well as athletes and academics, from the U.S. have signed a petition calling for the release of Palestinian iconic teen Ahed Tamimi who faces 12 charges and is being tried in an Israeli military court behind closed doors. Netflix Marvel series star Rosario Dawson, Grey’s Anatomy star…

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As Wall Street Sinks Global Markets, China’s Economic Policies Build Independence & Immunity

  As Wall Street Sinks Global Markets, China’s Economic Policies Build Independence & Immunity

BEIJING (Analysis) — The recent economic “correction” in the U.S. markets, which saw stocks drop back down from recent record-highs, has begun to spread to the east, reaching the stock exchanges in Tokyo, Taiwan and Shanghai. While all three of these markets depend, to some extent, on the performance of Wall Street, one is likely…

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