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About 1 hour ago

EU ministers fail to agree key economic reforms

Jerome Hughes Press TV, Brussels There can be no doubt that the EU's next generation face an uncertain future. Youth unemployment levels in several of the bloc's 28 nations have never recovered from the 2008 economic crash. EU finance ministers have just concluded two days of talks here in Brussels. They failed to agree on key economic reforms. These include the bloc's bailout fund known as the European Stability Mechanism and ...
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Press TV
About 6 hours ago

Double bomb attack kills 2, injures 6 in Syria’s Hasakah

At least two Syrian civilians have been killed and six others sustained injuries as a result of two bomb attacks in the northeastern province of Hasakah. Two explosive-laden cars went off in the Kurdish town of Ra's al-Ayn in Hasakah on Thursday afternoon, Syria's official SANA news agency reported. The report further said several residential buildings in the southern part of the town and its nearby villages were also destroyed following the ...
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Press TV
About 6 hours ago

Yemeni forces down 3rd Saudi drone in less than 24 hours

Yemeni forces have intercepted and shot down a third surveillance drone belonging to the Saudi military coalition, flying in the skies over the border of the southwestern Saudi region of Jizan. The unmanned aerial vehicle was downed with a precision-guided missile over the Jahfan area of the region on Thursday, the Arabic-language al-Masirah television network said. The spokesman for Yemeni Armed Forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, earlier said in a statement that ...
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About 6 hours ago

Gaza flotilla raid victims to appeal ICC decision: Lawyers

Families of those killed by Israeli forces aboard an aid flotilla heading for the besieged Gaza Strip in 2010 will appeal the International Criminal Court (ICC)’s decision not to press charges against Tel Aviv. Their lawyers announced the news on Thursday, three days after ICC’s Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda said there was 'no reasonable basis to proceed with an investigation.' In a statement, lawyers said that the decision showed that the 'intent ...
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Al Manar
Al Manar
About 6 hours ago

'Israel' Betting on Protests in Lebanon, Iraq & Iran to Siege Resistance Forces: Zionist Media

The Zionist media outlets highlighted the outcomes of the meeting between the premier Benjamin Netanyahu and the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Lisbon, pointing out the two sides concentrated on taking the advantage of the ongoing protests in Lebanon, Iraq and Iran to oblige Tehran to attend the negotiation table on the basis of their conditions. Netanyahu considered that the protests help reducing the Iranian support to the resistance movements ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 7 hours ago

‘Iran’s agri-food exports nearly $2.8bn in 7 months’

Iran’s export of agri-food products in the seven-month period ending on October 22, 2019 reached a total of 2.794 billion, says a government official. Abdolmehdi Bakhshandeh, an Iranian deputy agriculture minister, said on Thursday that the country had exported a total of 3.582 million tons of food and agricultural products since the start of the current calendar year in March. Bakhshandeh said the value of the exports accounted for 11.42 percent of ...
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Press TV
Press TV
About 7 hours ago

Netanyahu’s lawyer indicted for money laundering

The Israeli prosecutor's office has announced that it intends to file an indictment against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's personal lawyer for money laundering charges. Attorney general Avichai Mandelblit said on Thursday that he would indict David Shimron for bribery in a corruption case dubbed 'The Submarine Affair", which involved the purchase of military submarines and vessels designed by German firm Thyssenkrupp for a total sum of around two billion euros. The case ...
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Yemen Press
Yemen Press
About 8 hours ago
Yemen Press
Yemen Press
About 8 hours ago

Human Rights Minister calls for an international humanitarian attitude for Yemen - Yemen Press

Yemen-Press Human Rights Minister Alia Faisal Abdullatif called on the international community and concerned international organizations to register Musharraf's position to win humanity and human rights in Yemen. The Minister of Human Rights said in a statement issued on Thursday that the Ministry will celebrate by the International Human Rights Day, the tenth of December, …
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