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How did Mnangagwa Zimbabwe's landmark win July 30?

On August 1, after the parliamentary elections in Zimbabwe had been published, which saw Emmerson Mnangagwas Zanu-PF winning a clear majority, opponents of the MDC Alliance held a demonstration in and around Harare's central business district, claiming that the vote was the rig. In response, the soldiers of the ZDF soldier responded to living ammunition on the protesters and killed …

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Man was rescued from earthquake mash on the island of Indonesia

SADDAR, Indonesia – Soldiers have hit a man who lived from a big mosque in a large mosque wrecked by an earthquake on the Indonesian island of Lombok, while thousands of homeless locals were waiting for Tuesday and stranded tourists camped on beaches and in the lobby of damaged hotels. Northern Lombok has been destroyed by the 7.0 shake of …

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Big explosion on the highway near Bologna, Italy, killing at least 2 people; up to 70 injured

MILAN – A tanker carrying flammable material exploded Monday after stopping a truck on a crowded highway near Bologna's northern Italian city, killing at least two people and injuring up to 70 and causing some of the elevated highway to collapse. Italian police said that between 60 and 70 people were injured, some with severe burns, during the morning accident …

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The Incoming Colombia president faces a long list of challenges

BOGOTA, Colombia – The young protégé of a powerful former president swore in as Colombian's new leader Tuesday, tasked with controlling the implementation of a peace agreement with left-wing rebels who remain on shady ground. Forty Two-year-old Ivan Duque will be the youngest Colombian head of state ever elected in a popular poll when he swore into the office at …

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Indonesian rescuers struggle to reach secluded villages after deadly shaking

PEMENANG, Indonesia (Reuters) – Indonesian rescue workers and military personnel resumed their search for survivors and evacuated more victims on the tourist island of Lombok on Tuesday two days after a major earthquake killed dozens, destroyed villages and stranded thousands. People drive their motorcycle through the collapsed ruins of a mosque after an earthquake on Sunday in Pemenang, Lombok Island, …

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North Korea's Pompeo Problems show that there is an increased splitting of numbers

North Korea seems to have a problem with Pompeo. The widespread gap between Foreign Minister Michael Pompei's description of nuclear talks with North Korea and Pyongyang's criticism of his efforts brings further confusion over the state of negotiations aimed at achieving "Full Denuklearization of the Korean Peninsula". North Korean officials and state media have over the past few weeks repeated …

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Trump restores any sanctions against Iran being lifted in the Obama Nuclear Deal

The first round of US sanctions against Iran will enter into force on Tuesday, with another, more pivotal round fought in November's resumption restrictions raised under the leading nuclear weapon agreement from Obama with the Islamic regime. President Donald Trump signed an executive order that restored the sanctions on Monday at his home in Bedminster, New Jersey, where he travels. …

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China Dreams of America alone

As the prospect of an economic confrontation between the United States and China is growing more likely for the day, Beijing takes comfort in the ongoing tensions between the United States and its allies, which reappeared during President Donald Trump's recent trip to Europe. US efforts to push back China's commercial practices will fail without the support of important allies …

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Iranian President says he will talk with Trump "right now"

"I have no prerequisites. If the US government is willing, let's start right now," Rouhani said during an interview that broadcast on state television last Monday local time, just a few hours before the US renewed sanctions against Iran. "If there is sincerity, Iran has always welcomed dialogue and negotiations," said Rouhani. Trumps National Security Adviser John Bolton, when asked …

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Saudi Arabia meets Canada with criticism of rights, sends a message to the West

In foreign affairs, officials in Western and other Arab capitals say that Prince Mohammed has exacerbated the tensions in an unstable region. He launched a military intervention in Yemen, which has become a controversy, led a campaign to isolate and block neighboring Qatar and took a more confrontational attitude towards Iran. In interviews, Prince Mohammed and other Saudi officials have …

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