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US imposes sanctions on Turkey's ministers, Turkey protests against it
2 August, 10:01
White House spokesperson Sarah Sanders said the U.S. would impose sanctions on Turkey's ministers of justice and interior for not releasing American Pastor Andrew Craig Brunson, who faces terrorism charges in Turkey.
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Dubai Chamber promotes emirate as strategic hub for Belarusian food exporters
1 August, 14:53
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently participated in a seminar held in Minsk, Belarus, where representatives from the chamber's Azerbaijan office highlighted the business potential that Dubai can offer Belarusian food exporters
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Aeromexico plane crashes in north-central Mexico with no fatalities
1 August, 09:29
An Aeromexico plane carrying more than 100 people crashed in the north central Mexican state of Durango on Tuesday afternoon, injuring 85 with no deaths, authorities said.
Koreas 'share understanding' on steps to ease tension in DMZ, joint excavation of war remains
31 July, 14:28
The two Koreas shared their "understanding" on disarming the Joint Security Area in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), jointly excavating war remains in the DMZ and withdrawing border guard posts on a trial basis during their general-grade military talks on Tuesday, Seoul officials said.
Bomb explosion in Afghanistan kills 11, injures 31
31 July, 10:49
At least 11 people were killed and 31 others were injured in a roadside bomb explosion in Afghanistan's Farah Province, a local official said on Tuesday.
State of natural disaster declared in three local communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina
30 July, 11:37
Floods and landslides occurred due to heavy rains on Friday and Saturday in the Tuzla area, in the local communities Simin Han, Požarnica and part of the local community of Gornja Tuzla, and the state of natural disaster has been declared.
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N. Korea returns remains of American soldiers
27 July, 10:42
North Korea has transferred the remains of U.S. soldiers killed in the 1950-53 Korean War following a pledge by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at his historic summit with U.S. President Donald Trump, the White House said Thursday.
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Sydney restaurant offers free wine to customers who give up smartphones
26 July, 14:38
In restaurants all over the world, it is now common to see diners ignoring family and friends to focus on their digital devices.
Immunity protein in newborns reduces likelihood of childhood malaria
26 July, 14:37
Babies born with high levels of an immune-related protein in their blood cells are less likely to develop malaria throughout their early childhood, a discovery with implications for vaccine development against the disease, according to a latest Australian research.
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Syrian students invent mechanical correction device for rib cage abnormalities
25 July, 15:23
Two students from the Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering at Tishreen University invented a mechanical correction device for rib cage abnormalities.
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