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Afghan peace offer to Taliban "Light at the end of the tunnel"

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan has conveyed to the leadership in Afghanistan its belief that the Taliban have no "excuse or justification for a continued war" following Kabul's offer of unconditional peace talks. Islamabad's National Security Advisor, Nasser Janjua delivered the message during a full-day official visit on Saturday, where he assured Afghan leaders of "full Pakistani support" for President Ashraf Ghani's …

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Saudi energy deal push worries nuclear weapons worries

Non-proliferation advocates raise alarm about a possible nuclear agreement between Saudi Arabia and the United States, saying the UK's intended exemptions could lead to nuclear proliferation in a volatile region would allow the United States to refuel nuclear reactors Saudi Arabia for sale. The Trump government has already begun negotiations with Power Minister Rick Perry James (Rick) Richard PerryTrump, Pence, …

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Syrian rebels supported by Turkey take control of Afrin

He said that many of the Kurdish troops gave up their weapons. "The fighters left their weapons behind," he said. "We found many on the ground and in the trash." Continue reading the main story "For the time being, we're trying to cope with the landmines," he said. Ali vowed to continue fighting in his hometown of Manbij, where American …

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Africa's only female president will resign over credit card spending

Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, Africa's sole female head of state, submitted her resignation for the "stability of the country," her lawyer Yousouf Mohammed said in an interview with local news agency ION. Mohammed added that she would leave her office on March 23. She has been president since 2015. The president fights for her political career after local media have published a …

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The Republican senator expects Trump to withdraw from the Iran deal: CBS

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican US Senator Bob Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said he expected President Donald Trump to withdraw from the nuclear deal with Iran in May. U.S. President Donald Trump, who precedes US Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) on his way to making comments at the American Farm Bureau Federation Convention, arrives aboard Air Force One …

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Gaza security closes the main office of the mobile company in the PM bomb probe

GAZA (Reuters) – Hamas-led security services in Gaza have closed down the headquarters of a mobile phone company on alleged oversights in investigating a suspected assassination attempt on the Palestinian prime minister, security officials said Sunday. A Palestinian boy rides his bicycle past the closed building of the Wataniya Mobile Company in Gaza City on March 18, 2018. REUTERS / …

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At least 13 injured after ramming the car into a nightclub in the UK

By Associated Press By Associated Press 18. March at 7:16 LONDON – British police say a man thrown out of a nightclub rammed his car into night owls on a dance floor, injured at least 13. The Kent Police say the 21st Year-old was arrested on suspicion of Saturday's assassination in Gravesend, 30 miles (48 kilometers) southeast of London. Police …

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Polish church leaders criticize priests who wish Francis death

WARSAW, Poland – Poland's leading archbishop complained on Sunday of comments by a high-ranking conservative priest who would have wished Pope Francis a quick death if he was not "wise". Archbishop of Krakow, Marek Jedraszewski, said he had heard of the comments with "great pain and regret" and discussed them face to face with Monsignor Edward Staniek, who made them …

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Spy poisoning: Putin responsible for the attack, says John McDonnell

image copyright PA John McDonnell said he "agreed with the Prime Minister" that the Russian state was responsible for poisoning Salisbury. The Shadow Chancellor reported ITV "however you look at it", Russia's Vladimir Putin "is responsible and all the evidence points to him." Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn has been criticized for not making the Russian state categorically responsible for the …

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