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- ‘US must declare Pakistan state sponsor of terrorism’
Two Mi17 helicopters at Juba Airport. The busiest and most developed airport in South Sudan is Juba Airport, which has regular international connections to Entebbe, Nairobi, Cairo, Addis Ababa, and Khartoum.
US reporter killed covering S Sudan clashes
- Swiss economy set for worst performance in eight years
- Norway's central bank lifts 2019-2020 rate forecast
- Catalonia referendum: Welsh politician calls for 'solidarity
- Silk museum highlights culture of Central and Eastern Europe
- Banks boost European bourses after Fed signals December rate
- Swisscom sets up blockchain unit to develop apps in Switzerl
Vladimir Putin addresses the military parade during the Navy Day celebration in St.Petersburg, Russia
Most Russians want Putin to be president again: poll
Asia Middle East
- 'Railways looking at ways to speed up electrification proces
- China bans use of anti-Islam words on social media
- Linda Hamilton signs up for new 'Terminator' movie
- Google buys HTC smartphone team for $1.1bn in bid to strengt
- Japan chemical maker Kuraray to buy Calgon Carbon for $1.1 b
- Japan chemical maker Kuraray to buy Calgon Carbon for $1.1 b
killing murder knife
Mother hires contract killers to get rapist son murdered
- Banks support Saudi after Fed comments, Qatar cools
- Macron says Iran nuclear deal no longer enough
- Iraq brings all of remaining Daesh territory under attack
- Iraqi forces begin operation to retake Hawija from IS group
- German minister: Ending Iran deal would be setback for curbi
- Russian special forces helping Syrian troops in key city
FILE - In this July 18, 2017 file photo, Shiite Volunteer fighters from the Imam Ali Brigade, an armed faction with the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces, train at their camp, in Najaf, 100 miles (160 kilometers) south of Baghdad, Iraq.
U.S. military closes outpost in southeastern Syria, ceding territory to Iranian proxies
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- U-17 World Cup: Colombia coach confident of good show
- Oil-patch IOU: Argentina's late subsidy payments hurt gas pr
- Brazil, England & NZ to play warm-up matches in Mumbai
- Reuters Newsmaker: Brazil’s President Michel Temer on privat
- Shougang Hierro to invest $1.5 bln on expansion at Peru mine
- Miner Hochschild boosts hunt for acquisitions -executive
President Donald Trump waves as he leaves the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, Wednesday, July 26, 2017
Trump slams Venezuela at UN; Maduro calls him 'Hitler'
- Africa Live: Nigeria bans Biafran separatists in U-turn
- Uganda Police Warn On Planned Age Limit Processions
- Civil Society Organisations Sue Ruling Party
- Chibhodhoro's Cat-and-Mouse Affair With Mukadota
- MDC-T Jittery Over Ailing Tsvangirai
- Africa: Cyber Crooks Sustain Malicious Onslaught
A new monument to Russian firearm designer Mikhail Kalashnikov is unveiled during an official ceremony in Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017.
Kalashnikov statue unveiled in Moscow
Australia Caribbean
- Botham '100 percent wrong' over Coughlin move, says Strauss
- 'I acted in good faith' says garbos' union boss accused of s
- Lawyer Marcel Joukhador accused of running CTP fraud ring, c
- Canberra homecoming on the cards for Nick Kyrgios in 2018 Da
- Wild ride for Aussie, despite pervading optimism
- Ex-Canterbury Bulldogs forward Dale Finucane now part of fur
Myanmar Opposition Leader Aung San Suu Kyi speaks during her “Election Awareness Tour” in Hsihseng township in Pa-O self-administrative zone, southern Shan State, Myanmar, Saturday, Sept 5, 2015.
Western powers urge Myanmar's Suu Kyi to push for end to violence
- Hurricane Maria lashes Dominican Republic after direct hit o
- Gelzinis: Powerful pol left helpless as Maria hits Puerto Ri
- Hurricane Maria is a major hurricane again, regaining Catego
- Maria destroys homes, triggers flooding in Puerto Rico
- The Latest: Hurricane warning lifted for Puerto Rico
- Dominica 'in a daze' after Hurricane Maria leaves island cut
The U.S. flag flaps in the stiff breeze off the Florida Straits at the U.S. Embassy in Havana, Cuba
US weighing closing embassy in Cuba over sonic attacks
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