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North Korea's Kim Jong-Un Promises Denuclearisation

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North Korean Leader Kim Jong-Un's says his faith in Donald Trump remains "unchanged “as he wants to denuclearise the Korean peninsula during the us president's first term.

Earthquake/Mudslides Hit Japan

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Japan's northern island of Hokkaido has been hit by a powerful earthquake, triggering landslides that engulfed houses.

India Court Legalizes Gay Sex

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India's supreme court has ruled that gay sex is no longer a criminal offence.

Emirates Plane Quarantined At JFK As 100 Passengers Take Ill On Flight

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An Emirates Airline flight from Dubai was quarantined at New York’s John F. Kennedy international airport on Wednesday morning after passengers became ill during the flight.

South Korea Envoys Meet With North Korean Leader

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South Korea says its envoys met with North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang on Wednesday to prepare for a third inter-Korean summit later this month, with hopes of putting momentum back into stalled talks between the north and the united states on denuclearization.

Trump Condemns Book On White House

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U.S. President Donald Trump has condemned a book on his White House by renowned Watergate journalist Bob Woodward as a con on the public.

Brazil Seeks Funds To Rebuild Burnt Museum

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Brazilian President Michel Temer says the government is seeking funding from companies and banks to rebuild the national museum in Rio De Janeiro.

Trump Supreme Court Nominee Faces Senate Hearing

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President Donald Trump's nominee for the vacant Supreme Court seat is set to face the first of four days of senate hearings.

DR Congo Court Blocks Jean-Pierre Bemba

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The highest court in the Democratic Republic of Congo has barred the opposition Leader, Jean-Pierre Bemba, from running in the presidential election due in December,

South Africa Economy Goes Into Recession

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The South Africa economy is in recession for the first time since 2009 following two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth.

Hundreds Tortured By South Sudan Government Says Amnesty International

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Amnesty international says hundreds of people have been detained and tortured by the south Sudanese authorities during the civil war which began in 2013.

American Centre Worried For Terror Victims Families

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The American solidarity centre, the trade union of the United State Workforce is worried that over two thousand workers have been killed in Nigeria’s north east in the last three years and most of their families are yet to get compensation

Fire Guts National Museum Of Brazil

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A massive fire gutted the National Museum in Rio de Janeiro, one of Brazil's oldest, authorities said Sunday, but no injuries were immediately reported.

U.S Military Cancels $300m Aid To Pakistan

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The U.S. military said it has made a final decision to cancel $300 million in aid to Pakistan that had been suspended over Islamabad’s perceived failure to take decisive action against militants, in a new blow to deteriorating ties.

Yemenis Protest Against Deteriorating Economic Condition

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Scores of demonstrators protesting against Yemen’s deteriorating economic situation and weakening currency blocked major roads and burned tires in the southern city of Aden on Sunday, with shops and government offices closing.

Russians Protest Proposed Pension Reforms

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Thousands of people across Russia joined protests on Sunday against government plans to raise the pension age, despite recent promises by president Vladimir Putin to soften the unpopular measure.

Iraq “Astonished” At Iran Movement Of Missiles

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Iraq’s foreign ministry said on Sunday it was “astonished” at a report that Iran had moved missiles to Iraq.

U.S. Assumes Command Of NATO In Afghanistan

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U.S. army general Scott Miller assumed command of NATO forces in Afghanistan on Sunday, as Washington faces growing questions over its strategy to force the Taliban into talks to end the 17-year conflict.

Pope Francis Pleads For Safeguard Of Syria Civilians

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Pope Francis on Sunday appealed to all parties who have influence in Syria to defend human rights and safeguard the civilian population in the rebel-held northern region of Idlib, which faces an imminent attack by government forces.

Nicaragua Expels UN Rights Team

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The government of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega has ordered a team from the United Nations commission for human rights to leave.