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The US urges Russia to destroy a new missile system

FILE PHOTO: US Ambassador to the Disarmament Conference Robert Wood attends a United Nations press conference in Geneva (Switzerland) on April 19, 2018. REUTERS / Denis Balibouse GENEVA (Reuters) – The United States is called on Monday to destroy Russia's new cruise missile system, which claims to be a "direct violation" of the Nuclear Interstate Treaty (INF), and accuses Moscow, …

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Theresa May faces down EU as she abandons cross-party Brexit talks

LONDON – Theresa May has rejected calls to compromise with opposition parties on Brexit and wants instead to press ahead with a plan to return to Brussels. Gavin Barwell, the prime minister, has been asked to leave the Labor Party for her deal. Northern Ireland backstop, which is dedicated to the EU's customs and customs rules, and Northern Ireland and …

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Report: 26 people are as poor as the poorest 3.8 billion

Global inequality in wealth increased last year as billionaires increased their fortunes by $ 2.5 billion per day, Oxfam said in a new report. the wealth increased by 12%. The mega-rich have become a concentrated group. Last year, the 26 richest people owned $ 1.4 trillion or even the 3.8 billion poorest people. The year before, it was the 43 …

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British Prime Minister May to reveal her 'Plan B' for Brexit

The Irish "backstop" – a fallback option intended to keep the Irish / Northern Irish border open if the U.K. It's controversial in Northern Ireland, a part of the UK, in a position to avoid the rules of the EU's single market in a bid to avoid a "hard" border with Ireland. It has proved controversial for lawmakers across the …

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The death toll is 85 in Mexico

Recent emails Receive breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that mattered delivered the day of the week in the morning. SUBSCRIBE Jan. 21, 2019, 3:06 AM GMT Associated Press TLAHUELILPAN, Mexico – The death toll from Friday's terrible pipeline explosion in central Mexico has risen to 85, said Mexican Health Minister Jorge Alcocer Valera Sunday evening . …

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Philippines' Muslim region votes on new autonomy law | Philippines News

Manila, Philippines – Nearly three million Filipinos from the country's Muslim majority are assigned to a new autonomous regional government. Monday's plebiscite on the Bangsamoro Organic Law could make or break the decade-old peace process between the Moroccan Islamic Liberation Front (the Front), which started out as a secessionist armed movement in the southern island of Mindanao in the late …

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May be in her Brexit & # 39; Plan B & # 39; focus on the Irish backstop

Image copyright Reuters Theresa May will attempt to persuade Tory Brexiteers and DUP deputies to support her retreat by supporting the Irish backstop concerns. Last week, Ms. May said she would focus on cross-party talks to accept a Brexit deal by Parliament. But it is clear that she is now seeking the approval of her own banks, and it is …

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Turkey ready to take over Syria's Manbij, Erdogan says to Trump | Turkey News

Turkey is ready to take over security in Manbij, a city in northeastern Syria where Kurdish troops are detained, where four US members were killed in a bomb attack last week, said President Recep Tayyip Erdogan a call with his US counterpart. [19659002EineErklärungdertürkischenPräsidentschaftsagteErdogansagteamSonntagDonaldTrumpderAngriffinManbijseieineProvokationdesislamischenStaatesIrakundderLevante(ISILauchbekanntalsISIS)umdenerwartetenAbzugderUS-TruppenausdemIrakzubeeinflussenkriegszerstörtesLand In a surprising move Trump announced on December 19 that the United States would pull out its …

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The 26 largest billionaires are as rich as 3.8 billion people

Billionaires, who now reach a record of 2,208, have more wealth than ever before, according to an Oxfam International report released Monday. Since the global financial crisis a decade ago, the number of billionaires has almost doubled. The annual study was published before the annual World Economic Forum in Davos (Switzerland), which brings together some of the richest and most …

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