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Government secured the delivery of some 200 body bags in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian for Abaco

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Government secured the delivery of some 200 body bags in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian for Abaco

MBodies left all the communities of Abaco as government systems are overwhelmed by death and destruction in the northern Bahamas. A State of Emergency must be declared on Abaco as more than 200 victims could be declared dead on that island alone in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian….Health Minister Dr. Duane Sands projected that the […]

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Turkey successfully test fires first cruise missile with penetrating warhead

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Turkey successfully test fires first cruise missile with penetrating warhead

Screengrab from video shows SOM-B2 missile hitting a concrere-roof bunker. Turkey’s first domestically-made cruise missile with a penetrating warhead successfully completed its test firing, Science and Industry Minister Mustafa Varank announced late Thursday. Developed by the Defense Research and Development Institute (SAGE) of Turkey’s Scientific and Technological Research Council (TÜBİTAK), test fired the SOM-B2 missile […]

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Breaking: Mugabe dies,Mugabe’s Quotable Quotes

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Breaking: Mugabe dies,Mugabe’s Quotable Quotes

Zimbabwe’s former President Robert Mugabe has died aged 95. The death was announced by his successor Emmerson Mnangagwa who mourned him as an “icon of liberation.” “It is with the utmost sadness that I announce the passing on of Zimbabwe’s founding father and former President, Cde Robert Mugabe,” Mnangagwa wrote. President R.G.Mugabe Mugabe, the world’s […]

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Turkey may open gates to Europe if no help given, Erdoğan says

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Turkey may open gates to Europe if no help given, Erdoğan says

AA Photo Turkey has been left alone to deal with the refugee flow from war-torn Syria and it may have to open the doors to Europe if it does not receive the necessary assistance from the international community if the planned safe zone inside Syria is not established soon, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said. Speaking […]

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S. Africa closes embassy in Nigeria amid escalating row over xenophobic violence

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S. Africa closes embassy in Nigeria amid escalating row over xenophobic violence

Marius Bosch, Reuters | Police patrol the streets after overnight unrest and looting in Alexandra township, Johannesburg, South Africa, September 3, 2019. South Africa said Thursday it has closed its diplomatic missions in the Nigerian cities of Abuja and Lagos following violence carried out against South African businesses in reprisal for attacks on foreign-owned stores […]

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Iran’s Zarif: Regional security can’t be bought from outside

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Iran’s Zarif: Regional security can’t be bought from outside

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says regional security cannot be purchased from outside, expressing Tehran’s readiness to work collectively with the countries in the region to ensure security. He made the remarks in an address to the 3rd Indian-Ocean Rim Association (IORA) Blue Economy Ministerial Conference in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, on Thursday, according […]

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Boris Johnson rips into Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Party for blocking general election

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Boris Johnson rips into Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Party for blocking general election

Photo credit: Getty. The Government’s motion for a general election was defeated on Thursday. Credits: Video – The AM Show; Image – Getty. United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson has attacked Jeremy Corbyn and the British Labour Party, describing them as being “consumed by cowardice” after blocking a general election. On Thursday morning (NZ Time), a […]

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In about-face Carrie Lam caves in to protester demand to withdraw fugitives bill

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In about-face Carrie Lam caves in to protester demand to withdraw fugitives bill

Carrie Lam makes a complete u-turn on the fugitives bill but would not yield on an independent inquiry. In an about turn, the Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor announced today the withdrawal of the loathed draft fugitives bill that she suspended on Saturday June 15. She has said then that the bill is ‘dead,’ and had […]

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South Africa vows crackdown on xenophobic attacks after five die

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South Africa vows crackdown on xenophobic attacks after five die

Looters take items from an alleged foreign-owned shop during a riot in the Johannesburg suburb of Turffontein on September 2, 2019 in a new wave of violence targeting foreign nationals in South Africa. PHOTO | GUILLEM SARTORIO | AFP Five people have been killed in a surge of xenophobic violence in South Africa, police said […]

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Trump knocks London mayor and defends golfing as hurricane nears

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Trump knocks London mayor and defends golfing as hurricane nears

London Mayor Sadiq Khan had mocked the president for “dealing with a hurricane out on the golf course.” | Jack Taylor/Getty Images President Donald Trump on Tuesday revived his long-running feud with London Mayor Sadiq Khan, declaring the mayor “incompetent” as he defended playing golf as a hurricane bore down on the southeastern coast of […]

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