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Nigeria Delays National Elections by One Week
Nigeria Delays National Elections by One Week
VOA Voters in Nigeria woke up Saturday morning to the news that the presidential and parliamentary elections have been postponed
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Yet Another Election for Spain Reveals Deeper Strains
Yet Another Election for Spain Reveals Deeper Strains
The New York Times MADRID — A center-left government has fallen. The two-party system has collapsed. The far-right is on
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Brexit: Questions over UK Judges on European Court of Justice
Brexit: Questions over UK Judges on European Court of Justice
BBC A top EU judge has said he does not know when Brexit will force UK judges to stop serving
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Advance on Last IS Group Enclave in Syria Delayed by Discovery of Civilians
Advance on Last IS Group Enclave in Syria Delayed by Discovery of Civilians
AFP “Large numbers” of civilians remain inside the last Islamic State group enclave in Syria prompting a fresh delay in
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France 'on brink of CIVIL WAR’ as Yellow Vest Leader Threatens to ‘BRING DOWN Government’
France ‘on brink of CIVIL WAR’ as Yellow Vest Leader Threatens to ‘BRING DOWN Government’
EXPRESS THE leader of the Yellow Vest movement that has wreaked havoc across Europe with violent protests that triggered the
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France’s Macron Speaks with Italy’s Mattarella to Defuse Dispute
France’s Macron Speaks with Italy’s Mattarella to Defuse Dispute
Bloomberg French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian President Sergio Mattarella spoke by phone Tuesday evening after France last week withdrew
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North and South Korea to Launch Joint Bid to Host 2032 Summer Olympics
North and South Korea to Launch Joint Bid to Host 2032 Summer Olympics
The Guardian Seoul is hoping to “change the fate of the Korean peninsula” with the launch of a bid to
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U.S. Strikes Islamic State-held Mosque as Syria Battle Intensifies; Jihadis Push for Exit Corridor
U.S. Strikes Islamic State-held Mosque as Syria Battle Intensifies; Jihadis Push for Exit Corridor
The Japan Times BEIRUT – The U.S. military said Tuesday it struck a mosque that had allegedly been used as
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Acting Pentagon Chief Reassures Iraqis after Anger over Trump Remarks
Acting Pentagon Chief Reassures Iraqis after Anger over Trump Remarks
Reuters BAGHDAD – Acting U.S. defense chief Patrick Shanahan told Iraqi leaders that Washington understood its forces were in Iraq
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New Zealand PM Denies Rift with China after Huawei Ban
New Zealand PM Denies Rift with China after Huawei Ban
CNN New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has denied any diplomatic rift with China despite the postponement of a joint
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More in Japan See U.S. as 'Major Threat,' while Cyberattacks and Climate Change Top Concerns, Survey Shows
More in Japan See U.S. as ‘Major Threat,’ while Cyberattacks and Climate Change Top Concerns, Survey Shows
The Japan Times Almost as many people in Japan view the U.S. as a “major threat” as those who view
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African Leaders Unveil Statue of Ethiopia’s Last Emperor
African Leaders Unveil Statue of Ethiopia’s Last Emperor
Miami Herald. A statue of Ethiopia’s Emperor Haileselassie has been unveiled at the headquarters of the African Union on Sunday.
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