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Islamic State fighters ‘completely surrounded’ in Iraqi town

AP: Islamic State militants are “completely surrounded” and “being killed” in the Iraqi town of Tal Afar, the spokesman for the US-led coalition fighting the extremist group in Iraq said. US Army Colonel Ryan Dillon said the militants in the town are being deprived of their resources and at the “cusp of yet another defeat”. Iraqi spokesman Brigadier General Yahya …

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Iran Just Threatened to Restart Its Nuclear Program if the U.S. Proceeds With Sanctions

Associate Press Iran: Iran’s leader has issued an immediate risk, guaranteeing his nation is equipped for restarting its atomic program inside hours. Hassan Rouhani says it should be possible “in a hour and a day” if Washington proceeds with “dangers and authorizations” against Iran. He says that once restarted, the program could rapidly be conveyed to a significantly more propelled …

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India-China border crisis hammers into a divider

India: India’s conciliatory endeavors to end a seven-week military standoff with China have hit a barricade, individuals advised on the discussions stated, inciting Chinese state-run media to trumpet talk of “unavoidable countermeasures” on the unmarked fringe. China has demanded that India singularly pull back its troops from the remote Doklam level guaranteed by both Beijing and Indian partner Bhutan. Be …

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Anxious Kenyans Head to the Polls Amid Fears of Electoral Violence

NT: Kenya: Kenyans lined in huge numbers through fields and along asphalts at an early stage Tuesday to vote in the most recent discretionary standoff between the nation’s principle political administrations. Covered in fears of brutality, the nearby battled conflict pits President Uhuru Kenyatta, 55, the agent child of Kenya’s establishing president, against Raila Odinga, a 72-year-old previous political detainee …

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Pakistan rejects affirmation armed force is pushing activists into Afghanistan

NT:Pakistan: The Foreign Office (FO) on Monday dismissed an Afghan representative’s claim that the Pakistan Army’s Operation Khyber-IV was intended to push aggressors into Afghanistan. “The activists, the greater part of them impacted by [the Pakistani military], are sent over the Durand Line. It [the Pakistani military] needs to demonstrate that it has cleared its territories from psychological oppressors,” Afghan …

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US and China increase pressure on North Korea after authorize vote

NT: USA: The United States and China heaped new pressure on North Korea on Sunday to forsake its atomic rocket program after the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) affirmed intense new authorizes which could cost Pyongyang a billion dollars every year. One day after the UNSC individuals voted collectively for a fractional prohibition on sends out went for slicing Pyongyang’s …

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Japan marks seventy two years of Hiroshima atomic assault

NT: Japan: Japan on Sunday stamped a long time since the world’s first atomic assault on Hiroshima, with the country’s conventional logical inconsistencies over nuclear weapons again coming into center. The commemoration came after Japan sided a month ago with atomic forces Britain, France and the US to expel a United Nations (UN) bargain restricting nuclear weapons, which was dismissed …

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North Korea Vows to Strike U.S With a ‘Capable Nuclear Hammer’ If Kim Jong Un’s Regime is Threatened

AP: North Korea undermined to dispatch an atomic strike “at the core of the U.S.” in the event that it sees signs that Washington is endeavoring to evacuate Kim Jong Un as the nation’s pioneer, as per South Korea’s Yonhap news organization. “Ought to the U.S. set out to hint at even the scarcest endeavor to evacuate our preeminent administration, …

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