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Iran criticizes Western stance on mass protests

European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said Iran should “immediately stop the violent crackdown on protests and ensure internet.

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North Korea fires ballistic missile ahead of US VP’s visit

Japan estimated the missile reached maximum altitude at 50 km and may have flown on an irregular trajectory, Japan’s defense.

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At least 36 killed in heavy rains, lightning in northern India

Officials said that at least 24 people died after their homes collapsed amid unrelenting rains across the northern state of.

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Iranian army warns to ‘confront the enemies’ as protests continue

There are fears about the revival of the 2019 protests that erupted over gasoline price rises, the bloodiest in the.

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Widespread internet blackout in Iran amid mass protests

Tear gas was used by the police to disperse the protestors who chanted “death to the dictator,” and “I will.

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Biden denounces Russia’s ‘shameless violation’ of UN Charter

Biden said that Putin’s new nuclear threats against Europe showed “reckless disregard” for Russia’s responsibilities as a signer of the.

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Death toll rises as protests intensify in Iran

Protests have extended to most parts of Iran following the Saturday protest at Amini’s funeral in Iran’s Kurdistan province.

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Putin announces troops’ mobilization for Ukraine

Russia’s defense minister said the partial mobilization would see 300,000 reservists called and up would apply to those with previous.

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Britain and world say final goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II

Tens of thousands of people lined the streets as the queen’s casket made the short journey from Westminster Hall.

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Death toll from Kyrgyz-Tajik border clash rises to 36

On Friday, the two sides agreed on a ceasefire that has largely held up despite several alleged incidents of shelling.

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