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NATO will leave Afghanistan from May 1 | International

The Afghan military adventure draws to a close. After almost 20 years of war, the nearly 10,000 NATO soldiers who still have their boots in …

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Iran Pressures Nuclear Deal Negotiations By Raising Uranium Enrichment To 60% | International

The visit of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to Tehran on Tuesday has allowed Iranian rulers to feel supported against the West. Lavrov has accused …

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Washington intends to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by September 11

TOP NEWS TODAY Posted at 19:49 yesterday Joe Biden's government on Tuesday announced that all US troops would leave Afghanistan "unconditionally" by September 11, the …

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Jordan's oasis of stability withers amid family feuds | International

Those who have come to Jordan in search of a new season of Game of Thrones, after the palatial “sedition” imputed to a prince of …

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Constitutional Court: Gloria Porras: "I am concerned about how in Guatemala they are using the laws to achieve malicious objectives" | International

Judge Gloria Porras in her office in Guatemala.Courtesy The lawyer Gloria Porras (60 years old) should have been sworn in this Tuesday as a member …

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Water from Fukushima plant to be discharged into the Pacific in two years

Associated Press Posted at 2:12 a.m. The Japanese government announced Tuesday that decontaminated radioactive water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant will be discharged into …

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Elections 2021: Peru looks to an ultra-conservative turn before the second presidential round | International

Keiko Fujimori and Pedro Castillo, the candidates who will contest the second presidential round in Peru.EFE Peruvian politics is usually in the throes of a …

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WHO calls for suspension of sale of live wild mammals in markets

TOP NEWS TODAY Posted at 12:29 p.m. yesterday The World Health Organization (WHO) on Tuesday called for the worldwide suspension of the sale of live …

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In the shadow of the wall, the "indefinite wait" of migrants in Tijuana

Raphaël Bouvier-Auclair (access the author's page) Raphael Bouvier-Auclair Posted at 8:00 a.m. Access to Pedwest, one of the pedestrian routes that connects Mexico to the …

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Germany: Laschet and Söder, the leaders who aspire to succeed Merkel, clash in the Bundestag | International

The leader of the CDU, Armin Laschet, on his arrival in the Bundestag on Tuesday.Michael Kappeler / AP The struggle for power in Angela Merkel's …

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