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Iraqi militants aim Kurds amid swell in narrow-minded killings

Sunni militants have stepped adult attacks in executive and northern Iraq, lifting fears of a wider conflict. Today’s self-murder bombing in Diyala range killed during slightest 18 people.  By Simon Montlake, Staff Writer / June 8, 2014 People accumulate during a ...

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Pope wades into Mideast peace-making

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis waded head-first into Mideast peace-making Sunday, welcoming a Israeli and Palestinian presidents to a Vatican for an dusk of assent prayers only weeks after a final turn of U.S.-sponsored negotiations collapsed. Israeli President Shimon ...

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Russia-Ukraine Talks to Start as Poroshenko Seeks Peace

Ukraine’s new leader, Petro Poroshenko, has concluded to start talks with an attach� of Russian President Vladimir Putin about finale separatist assault in the former Soviet republic’s easternmost regions. Poroshenko took a promise of bureau as Ukraine’s president yesterday, a ...

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Hindi rises on Raisina Hill with Modi’s arrival

Hindi rises on Raisina Hill with Modi’s arrival

The climb of Hindi during Raisina Hill — that houses a Prime Minister’s Office and absolute ministries of defence, financial and outmost affairs — is one of a initial obvious signs of change betrothed by Narendra Modi. Be it a ...

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Afghanistan peep inundate kill dozens in Baghlan province

FLASH flooding in a remote northern Afghan range of Baghlan has killed during slightest 73 people and forced thousands to desert their homes, military say.The flooding has been deadliest in a Guzargah-e-Nur district of a range 140km (87 miles) north ...

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Pope kicks off Mideast assent limit of prayer

VATICAN CITY (AP) — Vatican officials insist no domestic bulletin is sneaking behind Pope Francis’ invitation to a Israeli and Palestinian presidents to urge for assent together in a Vatican gardens. They contend no petrify initiatives are expected. But Sunday’s ...

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Double Bombing Kills 17 in Iraq

Iraqi officials contend a double bombing outward a Kurdish celebration bureau has killed during slightest 17 people and bleeding some-more than 50 others. Sunday’s blasts, including a self-murder attack, occurred nearby an bureau of President Jalal Talabani’s Patriotic Union of ...

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Cairo justice annuls mass murdering sentence

Cairo justice annuls mass murdering sentence

Muslim Brotherhood’s General Guide Mohamed Badie (R) is graphic in a defendant’s enclosure with other defendants in a courtroom in Cairo Jun 7, 2014. An Egyptian justice condemned 10 supporters of a outlawed Muslim Brotherhood to genocide in absentia on ...

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