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As Trump demands a wall, violence returns to Texas border in Ciudad Juárez

Cuidad Juárez police recorded 1,259 homicides in 2018, including a murderous spasm of 182 deaths in August. Last year, Mexico counted 33,341 murders.        
Topics: Police, Mexico

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US VP Pence Demands EU Recognize Guaido as Venezuela President

Venezuelan congressional chief and self-appointed interim president, Juan Guaido, must be acknowledged as such by the European Union, according to the US vice president.
Topics: Venezuela

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Former German Defense Minister Criticizes Bundeswehr, Calls for More Weapons

The former German defense minister's comments come as Europe moves toward a greater military and political independence from the United States.
Topics: Military

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Russian FM Sergei Lavrov Holds Final Presser at Munich Security Conference

The 2019 Munich Security Conference (MSC) is taking place in southern Germany from 15 to 17 February, with more than 450 people, including politicians, businessmen, and academics attending, discussing pressing international issues and future...
Topics: Germany

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Relatives of China's oppressed Muslim minority are getting blocked online by their own family...

China's Uighur community — a mostly-Muslim ethnic group in the western region of Xinjiang — is living through extreme repression by the Chinese government. Chinese authorities have forbidden them from contacting relatives outside the...
Topics: China, Xinjiang

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Rouhani to Unveil New Iranian Cruise Missile-Armed Submarine Sunday - Report

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will participate in the Sunday presentation ceremony for Iran’s newest Fateh-class submarine, armed with underwater-launched cruise missiles.
Topics: Iran

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Georgia, North Macedonia Establish Diplomatic Relations

TBILISI (Sputnik) - The foreign ministers of Georgia and Northern Macedonia, David Zalkaliani and Nikola Dimitrov, signed an act "On the establishment of diplomatic and consular relations" between the countries, the Georgian Foreign Ministry...

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Daesh Claims Responsibility for Attack on Egyptian Troops in Sinai - Reports

CAIRO (Sputnik) - The Daesh has claimed responsibility for an attack on Egyptian soldiers in North Sinai on Saturday, the Al Arabiya news channel reported.
Topics: Egypt, Cairo

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Mike Jines, American Businessman Who Posed With Baby Elephant He Killed, Claims He Shot It In...

American business executive Mike Jines faced a worldwide backlash after proudly sharing pictures of two elephants he killed while on safari in Africa — one of them a baby. Now, Jines is claiming that he only killed them in self-defense. Jines...

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A short trip to India showed me just how badly Apple is screwing up in the world's biggest democracy

Apple has failed to crack the Indian smartphone market, languishing behind Chinese brands with less than a 2% share of the market. During a family visit to India, I noticed Apple doesn't have much retail or advertising presence and that it mostly...
Topics: India

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Western Move to Recognise Guaido as Venezuelan President is 'Arbitrary' - Lavrov

Earlier this week, Washington issued new sanctions against Caracas, imposing restrictions on Oil Minister Quevedo Fernandez and four other individuals close to President Nicolas Maduro, including the head of Venezuelan National Intelligence Service...

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In West Africa, UN Security Council visits Côte d'Ivoire and Guinea-Bissau

Members of the United Nations Security Council are on a mission to West Africa where they are reviewing strides made in peacebuilding by both Côte d'Ivoire and Guinea-Bissau.
Topics: Guinea

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Palestinian teen dies 4 days after being struck by tear gas canister during Gaza protests

Gaza Palestinian teenage protester dies after being hit by tear gas canister Press TV 12 Feb — A Palestinian teenager has died in the Gaza Strip four days after being hit by a tear gas canister during clashes between Palestinian protesters and...
Topics: Gaza Strip, Palestine, Protests, Israel

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Nigeria 2019 Election Update: Polls Canceled At Last Minute, Voting Will Now Take Place February 23

The 2019 Nigerian presidential election has been delayed at the last minute, with polls being moved back one week until February 23. As the BBC reported, the dramatic move came just hours before polls were set to open on Saturday as the Independent...
Topics: Nigeria, Polls, BBC

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Private cabins, flying bars, and hundreds of seats—farewell, Airbus A380

In 2005 the first A380 was unveiled at the Airbus factory in Toulouse, France. [credit: Pascal Le Segretain|Getty Images ] On Valentine's...
Topics: France

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Striker Emiliano Sala funeral takes place in Argentina

Progresso (Argentina) (AFP) – The funeral of Cardiff City striker Emiliano Sala took place in his home village in Argentina on Saturday three weeks after he was killed in a plane crash. A public vigil was held in a gymnasium in Progreso, the...
Topics: Argentina

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Nigeria postpones 2019 general elections hours before polls open, citing ‘logistics and...

Screenshot of INEC Chairman Professor Mahmood Yakubu, announcing the postponement of the Nigerian General Elections on February 16, 2019 in Abuja, Nigeria. Nigerians woke up on Saturday, February 16, to news that presidential elections will no...
Topics: Nigeria, Polls, Screenshots

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Apple Pay rumored to launch in Saudi Arabia on February 19

A report earlier this week suggested that Apple Pay will launch in the Czech Republic next week. It now looks like Apple Pay might also come to Saudi Arabia on the same day. more… The post Apple Pay rumored to launch in Saudi Arabia on...
Topics: Saudi Arabia, Czech Republic

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End of ‘Forced Assimilation’? Japan to Recognize Indigenous Ethnic Minority Ainu

After decades of discrimination, the Japanese government approved a bill Friday to recognize the ethnic Ainu people as an indigenous people of the country.
Topics: Japan

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Lebanon expects a boom in Tourism after Saudi Arabia lifted its travel advisory

After the Saudi Kingdom lifted on Wednesday its longstanding warning against its citizens traveling to Beirut, Lebanon’s Tourism Ministry announced taking a series of measures and steps to encourage Saudi tourists’ return to the country....
Topics: Lebanon, Saudi Arabia

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