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Palestinian President Abbas calls on the United States to reopen its consulate in Jerusalem

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, speaking at a meeting with Palestinian authorities in the West Bank city of Ramallah, demanded that…

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Last minute … attempted coup in Sudan

According to information the AA correspondent obtained from eyewitnesses, protests began in some areas of Khartoum after the leaders of…

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Turkestan’s message that sparked China’s reaction

“We have Chineseized the religion of Islam,” he said. He almost confessed to the cultural genocide committed by China. Chen…

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The crisis is growing in South Asia! ‘He tried to destroy India’

According to reports in the country’s press, Chief of Staff Rawat referred to China, the situation in Afghanistan and regional…

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Israel Announces Tender for 1,355 Homes in Occupied West Bank

“The expansion of Jewish settlements in Judah and Samaria is necessary and important to the Zionist vision,” Israel’s Housing Minister…

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The Greek patriarch Bartolomé del Fener was hospitalized

In the statement made on the official Twitter account of the Greek Orthodox American Archdiocese, it was stated that Bartholomew…

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Taliban to pay wages with wheat – Last Minute World News

Rıyazettin Şerifi, deputy director of the Development Agency of the Taliban Administration, told Anadolu Agency (AA) about the “Wheat for…

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6.2 degree earthquake in Taiwan: 1 injured

One person was injured in the 6.2 magnitude earthquake that struck in the northeastern Yilan region of Taiwan. The United…

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171 people died in Iran from COVID-19 in the last 24 hours

In the statement made by the Ministry of Health of Iran, it was reported that 9,174 new cases were detected…

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Delta variant of COVID-19 persists in Australia

According to state government statements, 1,935 of the country’s COVID-19 cases were in Victoria, 296 in New South Wales and…

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