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A federal court judge has temporarily halted the deportation of more than 100 Iraqi Christians living in the Detroit area who were detained in raids by federal agents. Many of them fear
The majority of American voters believe the investigations into Russia and President Donald Trump are hurting the country, and would like to see Congress focus on other matters, includi
In the wake of government’s  approval of its production licence, ExxonMobil today advertised for a range of services as it ramps up operations to draw oil from the huge Liza well offshore in 2020. The
Hosts Russia go into their final 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup Group A match against Mexico on Saturday in Kazan knowing that only a victory will guarantee a semifinal spot in the tourna
Three children, and two adults who tried to rescue them, have died after being electrocuted at a waterpark in Akyazi, north-western Turkey, local media reported. Read Full Article at R
A mass for the homeland was held in Ljubljana two days before National Day, during which Maribor Archbishop Aljozij Cvikl called for increased efforts to support the common good, respecting the uniqu
After seven unbelievable days, the hideous wildfire that started with catastrophic consequences in Pedrógão Grande is close to being declared “extinct”. Fronts that have been raging in the boroughs o
An enterprise is currently producing A-100 new radar surveillance and guidance aircraft
An US Air Force Thunderbird F-16 has crashed and flipped over while practicing for an air show in Dayton, Ohio. Two people are trapped inside the jet, but are reportedly not injured. Th
President of Azerbaijan, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces Ilham Aliyev has attended the opening of a revolver-type grenade launcher ammunition plant in the city of Shirvan
The 2017 Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix is organized at the highest level
A JIHAD terror suspect arrested in Madrid had been planning an attack in Spain that he claimed would be 'far worse' than the ...
Using paracetamol during pregnancy could lead to inhibited masculinity and a flaccid sex drive for male offspring during adult life, according to new research from the University of Cop
President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has received Minister of Foreign Affairs of Costa Rica Manuel Gonzalez Sanz
On Friday, Kiev Region Council appealed to the Verkhovna Rada asking it to regulate the procedure of impeaching the president to kick off the process of removing the current leader from his office
An appeal against the Baku Grave Crimes Court’s verdict on Russian citizen of Armenian origin Marat Ueldanov, accused of drug trafficking, was considered in the Baku Court of Appeal June 23.
Ascot was anything but royal when the posh race meeting descended into a drunken brawl filled with catfights, punches and beer bellies. Read Full Article at RT.com
President Donald Trump revealed that he kept ousted FBI Director James Comey guessing about the existence of recordings of their interactions so that Comey would “tell what actually too
President of Azerbaijan Automobile Federation (AFA) Anar Alakbarov and Vice-President of AFA Madat Guliyev visited the F1 Paddock on the first day of the Formula 1 races in Baku, inquired about prepar
On June 22, 2017, the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU), upon the proposal of the Deposit Guarantee Fund, issued Decision No. 394-D On Revoking the Banking License and Liquidating Diamantbank PJSC.
Chidiebube Okeoma, Owerri Ahead of the Monday and Tuesday Salah celebration, the Police in Imo have deployed the anti-bomb department and all heads of the tactical units of the command to mosques, ban
Adetona Odukomaiya, Technical Director of the Lagos State Scrabble Association, on Friday said plans were underway to add scrabble to schools’ curriculum in the state. Odukomaiya told the News Agency
Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, on Friday said his administration would host Muslims in 20 centres across the state for the Eid-el-Fitri celebration as part of its strategy to bring about
A stalwart ‘servant-leader’, both in exile and parliament
Eight princesses from the United Arab Emirates were given suspended jail terms and fined in a trafficking case in Belgium, escaping the harsher charges of inhumane treatment. Read Full
Eight princesses from the United Arab Emirates were given suspended jail terms and fined in a labor trafficking case in Belgium, escaping the harsher charges of inhumane treatment. Read
California is fighting intolerance by tightening the purse strings for state officials traveling to US states deemed to have enacted prejudicial laws. Read Full Article at RT.com
Inspector-General of Police, Mr. Ibrahim Idris, on Friday said Nigeria needed to recruit 30,000 police personnel annually for five years to meet UN recommendation. Idris made this known in Abuja while
An Indian police officer was stripped and beaten to death by a mob outside a large mosque in the region of Kashmir. The officer had reportedly been taking photos of people leaving the m
AGERPRES special correspondent to Brussels Madalina Cerban reports: Romania's President Klaus Iohannis said Friday in Brussels, in connection with foreign investment control in Europe, that Europeans
Governor Darius Ishaku of Taraba says he is in a state of shock following the death of his Senior Special Assistant on Media, Mr Sylvanus Giwa. He, however, extolled Giwa, describing him as a great pr

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