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Iran Blames Beirut Violence on ‘Israeli Sedition’

Iran condemned the killing of protesters in Lebanon, describing Thursday’s shootings as seditions backed by Israel, state-run Press news channel said on Friday. “Iran believes that the people, the government,…

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Blast at Mosque in Afghan City of Kandahar Kills 32 People

A large explosion tore through a Shiite mosque in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar during Friday prayers, killing at least 32 people and wounding 68, according to a Taliban…

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Lebanon Pauses Amid Tense Calm After Deadly Gun Battles

Schools, banks and government offices across Lebanon shut down Friday after hours of gun battles between heavily armed militias killed seven people and terrorized the residents of Beirut. The government…

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U.K.’s Frost: EU Must Concede More on Brexit

Britain’s Brexit minister David Frost said that the European Union needs to make significant change if there is to be a deal over the Northern Irish part of the Brexit…

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Vienna Airport Builds Austria’s Largest Solar Plant

Vienna Airport has started building what will be the largest photovoltaic power plant in Austria, aiming to meet nearly a third of its annual electricity consumption with solar energy, the…

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Iran Tests Anti-Missile Defense System

Amid tensions with Israel and the United States, the Iranian military boasted it had successfully tested anti-missile defense programs during war games. Iran, whose nuclear talks with Europe and the…

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