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Iran rejects as 'wrong' France's concern over its ballistic missile work

Le Drian's visit will kick off on Monday and will revolve around three key aspects: the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as the Iran nuclear deal, Tehran's tests of ballistic missiles and situation in the Middle Eastern region.

Armenia scraps normalization deal with Turkey

At a meeting today in Yerevan of Armenia's National Security Council, President Serzh Sargsyan noted the lack of progress exhibited by Turkey on the matter of normalizing diplomatic relations between the two countries. "This, of course, is a ...

Eight men charged after Dublin supermarkets looted in blizzard conditions

Keith Kelly, 46, from Suncroft Park, Tallaght, and Paul Freeman, 43, from Russell Green, Tallaght, were both charged with trespassing with intent to commit offence. It is understood Gardai have since arrested three men in connection with the incident...

EU's Tusk warns of hard border in Ireland after Brexit

European Union leaders have been pushing British Prime Minister Theresa May to provide more details about how she sees the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland operating, how long a transition period should last to help ease Britain out fro...

Mexico Championship: Shubhankar Sharma leads on debut, Sergio Garcia behind

He will have to fight off numerous top players in the world. "I've been good at my yardages this week which I wasn't really comfortable with on Monday", he said. Sharma has an opportunity to become only the second player to win his US PGA Tour debu...

Turkish soldiers killed, 13 wounded during clash in Syria

The YPG has been a key component of a US-backed Kurdish-Arab alliance that has been fighting the Islamic State jihadist group in Syria . Speaking on Alhurrah, a US based Arabic language TV channel, Lieutenant Adrian Galloway said that the Afrin...

Slovak police free Italian suspects held after journalist murder

In his last story, Kuciak's linked several businesses operating in Slovakia to the Italian mafia and detailed past connections between the companies and two of Fico's aides. Christophe Deloire, the director-general of Reporters Without Borders, on Fr...

May tells United Kingdom it must face hard facts about Brexit

At Lancaster House a year ago, the prime minister laid down her red lines, promising to leave the single market, the customs union and the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice (ECJ). One EU official involved in the negotiating process said...

Extremists Attack Burkina Faso's Capital

Authorities said four gunmen were killed at army headquarters, where the assailants also detonated a vehicle bomb, and four more were killed at the embassy. Earlier, an explosion rocked Burkina Faso's army headquarters in the capital Ouagadougou on...

Parents asked to stay off university campus

Authorities stand on the campus of Central Michigan University during a search for a suspect, in Mount Pleasant, Mich ., on Friday. "Stay clear of Campbell hall! ". Police believe the incident "started from a domestic situation". He is conside...

Body found identified as missing mother

St. John's father went to her Wake home after learning from his daughter's coworkers that she never made it to work, Maj. WTVR reported that St. John's auto was still in the driveway, her cellphone was found in bushes outside her home and authori...

Boko Haram kills four aid workers in Borno

Nigeria's government's is under growing public pressure to respond to the Dapchi mass abduction and prove its repeated claims that Boko Haram has been defeated. About 3,000 aid workers, majority Nigerian nationals, work in northeast Nigeria. Meanw...

Bangladesh Requests Myanmar Troop Withdrawal from Common Border

On Thursday, Myanmar soldiers and police, estimated to number more than 200, came to the border fence and appeared to be moving heavy weapons including mortars to the area, said a Bangladesh army official. The BGB official, however, told the briefing...

United States downplays Putin's weapon warning

Putin, speaking ahead of an election on March 18 that polls indicate he should win easily, said in his speech that new Russian technology would render such defences "ineffective". While it was unclear which ally Putin had in mind, the USA -led North ...

Man Arrested Following House Fire In Co Fermanagh

There were local reports of a "loud bang" being heard in the area of the fire around 6am on Tuesday. Neighbours used a sledgehammer to try to smash their way into a burning house and save a family trapped inside, it has been revealed. Members of th...

Regina high school marks Pink Day with anti-bullying rally

We have to understand what role do we play. All Albertans are encouraged to participate by sharing pink shirt photos on social media with the hashtag #PinkShirtDay. The movement began in 2007 as a way for two Nova Scotia students to support a fel...

Saudi king reshuffles military leaders, appoints female deputy minister

Under Saudi Arabia's guardianship system, women who apply to join the army must also have a place of residence in the same provinces as the job's location with their male guardians, usually husband, father, brother or son. "The visit will also provid...

European Union leaders, world media shocked at murder of Slovak journalist

Police believe they were murdered sometime between Thursday and Sunday, when their bodies were discovered after family members became concerned that the couple could not be reached. It added: " We mourn with the family, the friends and the colleagues...

UEFA announce Champions League, Europa League changes

Much of the drop in profits comes from the loss in expected broadcast and commercial revenues with Arsenal in the Europa League this season. All teams eliminated from Champions League qualifying, meanwhile, will now get a second chance to qua...

Warner, Kaine Introduce Resolution To Reinstate Net Neutrality

Having been overturned by the FCC in a party-line vote on December 14, the official publication of the repeal was published in the Federal Register on February 22 and will therefore the official repeal will take effect in 60 days, or on Apri...

Jacinda Ardern Not 'Fazed' by Viewer-Dubbed 'Creepy' Interview

Radio New Zealand reported Ms Ardern said she did not find the interview "sexist or insulting". "I've met a lot of prime ministers in my time, but none so young, not too many so smart, and never one so attractive", he said during the clip.

Foreign Ministry working on Turkish citizens in Iraqi detention

Many foreign women came - or were brought - from overseas to join the militants. Iraq's Arabic-language al-Mashriq newspaper has reported that more than 1,500 women and children from the families of ISIS militants are now being held in the co...

United Nations approves 30-day ceasefire in Syria

Some 500 people are said to have been killed by government forces in the enclave since last Sunday while rebels fire on Damascus has reportedly killed at least 16 civilians. Security Counsel yesterday voted unanimously in favor of a resolution call...

'60 Minutes' is Getting Slammed For A "Creepy" Interview With Jacinda Ardern

Viewers were left furious at Wooley's remarks with many flocking to social media to express their outrage. However Prime Minister Ardern has said she was not offended and "wasn't particularly fazed" but claimed it was a " too much information " iss...

Tamimi family, IDF clash over cause of Palestinian teen's head wound

Despite knowing that they are minor, Israeli authorities handcuff them. The village has been witnessing intensive night raids by Israeli army, said the village head, since the detention of the Palestinian resistance icon, 16-year-old Ahed Tamimi ...

Labour support a customs union with EU says shadow Brexit secretary

Leo Varadkar said the commitment included a "back-stop arrangement" whereby, if all else fails, Northern Ireland would "maintain full alignment with the rules of the internal market and customs union which are relevant to the avoidance of a border,...

Trump emphasizes arming teachers as response to school shootings

Trump said that "an attack lasts about three minutes and it takes about five to eight minutes for the police to arrive, if you have a teacher at hand who knows how to use firearms, this could result in the attack to end quickly". The President said...

Tense phone call forces Mexican president to cancel United States trip

Trump and Pena Nieto spoke on February 20, the White House said in a statement at the time. Per the Post , both United States and Mexican officials agreed that the reason why the visit has been called off was Pena Nieto wanted to avoid "public...

Turkey: Former Syrian Kurdish leader detained in Prague

Turkey denies any "atrocities", insisting that civilians are excluded from the targets of its air-and-ground incursion launched more than a month ago. Muslim was replaced as co-chair of the PYD previous year, but remains a member of the diplomatic co...

7.5-magnitude quake rattles Papua New Guinea

The U.S. Geological Survey says the magnitude-7.5 quake hit about 89 kilometers (55 miles) southwest of Porgera early Monday in the Pacific island nation. The impact should be relatively localised, USGS said. United States seismologists said no tsu...

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Jordan cancels part of 1994 peace agreement with Israel

Under Jordan's constitutional monarchy, only King Abdullah has the power to eventually rescind the peace deal with Israel. The 25-year lease expires next year. Israeli Prime Mini...

60 killed, many injured in India train tragedy

Police said it was "freak accident" as people did not hear the train approaching amid the din of festivities and fireworks. "This was an incident where people were trespassing on...

At least 17 people are killed after passenger train derails in Taiwan

The worst crash in recent years was in 2003 when 17 died and 156 were injured after a train on the Alishan mountain railway plunged into a chasm at the side of the track. Photos fr...

Israel steps up armored deployment on Gaza border

They, however, quoted the Israeli army saying that the protests were the least intense in recent weeks. The reports were also unclear as to whether ‎the Egyptian-brokered truce w...

WikiLeaks' Assange sues in Ecuador for better asylum terms - lawyer

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been holed up in Ecuador's embassy in London for years to avoid being arrested by British cops for skipping bail. Assange's lawyers said t...

At least 59 killed as train hits crowd in northern India

While speaking to the media outside the Civil Hospital, as reported by ANI , Sidhu said that the matter should not be politicised and that it was an accident and was not intention...

Euro Lower on Italian Budget Worries

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte says he will visit EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in the near future to discuss the issue. The increase suggests investors ar...

Meghan's royal tour schedule pared back

The couple, who are expecting a child next spring , have 76 events on their schedule during their 16-day tour of Australia , New Zealand , Fiji and Tonga. Prince Harry poses w...

Meghan’s tour schedule in Australia cut after hectic start

Meghan Markle , The Duke and Duchess of Sussex , visits Macarthur Girls High School in Sydney , Australia , Oct. 19, 2018. Prince Harry attended the Road Cycling Time Trials...

Southeast Asian Navies to Hold Drills With China Next Week

Asked at a press conference about the usefulness of such non-binding protocols in the light of a recent near-miss between a U.S. warship and a Chinese destroyer in the South Chin...

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Highway crashes up in states that legalized marijuana, study says

Highway crashes up in states that legalized marijuana, study says

Marijuana's role in crashes isn't as clear as the link between alcohol and crashes. the report notes. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety study does not go as far as makin...

Kerryn Phelps defeats Liberals Dave Sharma in Wentworth by-election

Kerryn Phelps defeats Liberals Dave Sharma in Wentworth by-election

Independent candidate Kerryn Phelps amassed a huge lead over Liberal rival Dave Sharma in the early counting of the votes in the affluent division of Wentworth, which saw the favou...

Train Mows Down Crowd Killing Scores

Train Mows Down Crowd Killing Scores

Neither the organisers nor the police administration had barricaded the tracks to stop people from venturing onto them, preliminary investigations have revealed. The tragedy is hea...

Amnesty urges United Nations investigation, independent autopsy in Khashoggi death

Amnesty urges United Nations investigation, independent autopsy in Khashoggi death

In public, Erdogan and top government figures have remained extremely cautious, often referring to a prosecutors' investigation and stopping short of pinning the blame on Saudi Ara...

Police find 63 foetuses in United States funeral home amid probe

Police find 63 foetuses in United States funeral home amid probe

Peter Parks, another attorney, and Cieslak say they have uncovered documentation showing Perry billed Medicare for holding proper burials for the remains, when they found they were...

At Vatican, South Korean leader says he's certain of peace

At Vatican, South Korean leader says he's certain of peace

As Song called for giving what he called a "small gift" to induce the North, main opposition Liberty Korea Party Rep. Kim Moo-sung and Bareunmirae Party Rep. US officials are conc...

Migrants 'Crash Gates,' Head into Mexico — CARAVAN DEFIANT

Migrants 'Crash Gates,' Head into Mexico — CARAVAN DEFIANT

Cristian, a 34-year-old cell phone repairman from San Pedro Sula, Honduras , says he wants to reach the U.S.to work. They chanted , "Walk! Walk!" A smaller group walked to th...

Two top Trump aides tangle outside Oval Office over immigration

Two top Trump aides tangle outside Oval Office over immigration

Bolton was siding with the president, who has angrily blamed Nielsen for failing to staunch the flow of migrants across the border, while Kelly, who is protective of his protégé, d...

Islamic State has seized 700 hostages in Syria's Deir Ezzor, says Putin

Islamic State has seized 700 hostages in Syria's Deir Ezzor, says Putin

The White House said no official decision had been made to leave the treaty, known as INF. John Roberts now serves as the chief White House correspondent for FOX News Channel (F...