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Alabama Outlaws Abortion

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The state of Alabama has become the latest to move to restrict abortions in the U.S by passing a bill to outlaw the procedure in almost all cases.

U.S. Withdraws “Non-Emergency Staff” From Iraq

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The United State, U.S, the department has withdrawn "non-emergency staff" from Iraq, amid rising tensions between the United State, and Iran.

 

Four Killed In Sudan Protest Violence

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Four people died in Sudan late on Monday in violence that broke out after a political transition deal between the mainstream opposition and military rulers, who said they would not allow the country to descend into "chaos."

Colombia President Backs Overthrow Of Venezuela’s Maduro

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Colombian President, Ivan Duque says Latin American governments cannot be in a "passive place'' in the midst of what he called a "Humanitarian Crisis " in Venezuela. 

U.S. Russia Probe: Trump Fights Back

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The United States Attorney General, William Barr has assigned a senior federal prosecutor to examine the origins of the Russia investigation.

South Africa Election: Ramaphosa Vows To Tackle ANC Corruption

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South Africa's President, Cyril Ramaphosa, has vowed to clean the African National Congress, ANC, of "all bad tendencies" in a bid to end corruption.

Two Saudi Oil Tankers 'Sabotaged' In The Gulf

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Two Saudi oil tankers were the targets of a "sabotage attack" off the coast of the United Arab Emirates on Sunday, Saudi Arabia's energy minister says.

Julian Assange: Sweden Reopens Rape Investigation

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Swedish prosecutors have reopened an investigation into a rape allegation made against Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange.

Brexit: Gavin Williamson Attacks Theresa May's Talks With Labour

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Prime Minister, Theresa May's Brexit talks with the Labour Party are a "grave mistake", according to former Defence Secretary, Gavin Williamson.

Iran Facing 'Unprecedented' Pressure From International Sanctions, Rouhani Says

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Iran is facing "unprecedented" pressure from international sanctions, President Hassan Rouhani has said.

Theresa May Could Set Exit Date This week - Sir Graham Brady

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The Chairman of the Conservative Backbench 1922 Committee has said that Prime Minister, Theresa May, could set a date for her resignation in the coming days.

US Sends Patriot Missile System To Middle East Amid Iran Tensions

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The US is sending a Patriot missile-defence system to the Middle East amid escalating tensions with Iran.

European Powers Insist On Iran Nuclear Deal

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European powers say they remain committed to the Iran nuclear deal but that they "reject any ultimatums" from Tehran to prevent its collapse.

U.S. Ambassador Tasks Young Lawmakers To Prioritise Security

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The United States ambassador to Nigeria, Stuart Symington has charged the newly elected young lawmakers to prioritise security challenges while performing their constitutional duties.

16 African Nations Brainstorm On Fight Against Corruption

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16 African countries are currently brainstorming on new strategies to fight corruption at the 9th commonwealth regional conference for heads of anti-corruption agencies in Africa in Uganda. 

UNGA Partners Nigeria To Tackle Climate Change, Insecurity

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The United Nations General Assembly, UNGA President, Maria Garces says she is in Nigeria to strengthen ties between the UN and Nigeria as well as tackle climate change and insecurity in the region.

Earthquake Hits Papua New Guinea

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A 7.1-magnitude earthquake struck the South Pacific nation of Papua New Guinea on Tuesday morning, with no causalities reported so far. 

Rich Nations Warn Of New Wave Of Poor Country Debt

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Reports say a dangerous new wave of poor country debt is building up, major rich country lenders warned on Tuesday, urging more transparency on the terms of lending from new creditors like China.

UN Signs 5-Year, $4.5 Million Agreement To Recharge-Lake Chad

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The United Nations has made a commitment to supporting ongoing regional efforts at recharging the Lake Chad basin which has shrunk by ninety percent due to climate change.

Egypt Discovers 4,400 Years Old Tomb

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Egypt has announced the discovery of a cemetery near the great pyramids of Giza, including one tomb shared by two priests from over 4,400 years ago.


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