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target=_blank>No Stability, Mideast Peace ‘Without Confronting Iran’, Pompeo Tells Netanyahu

The United States (US) Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Thursday that there cannot be Middle East peace without combating Iran. “You can’t achieve stability in the Middle East without confronting Iran,” Pompeo said to reporters alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the summit in Warsaw regarding the volatile region. “It’s just not
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target=_blank>Ethiopia Pardons 45,875 Prisoners In 9 Months

The Ethiopian government on Thursday disclosed that 45,875 prisoners have been pardoned in the past nine months. The 45,875 prisoners were granted amnesty following the ratification of an amnesty bill by the Ethiopian House of Peoples’ Representatives (HoPR), the Ethiopian parliament’s lower house, in June 2018, state affiliated Fana Broadcasting Corporate (FBC) reported. According to
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target=_blank>Khashoggi’s Body Possibly Burnt In Oven In Saudi Consulate In Istanbul – Police

The body of Saudi opposition journalist Jamal Khashoggi might have been burnt in an oven installed in the Saudi Consulate General in Istanbul, the city’s police department said on Thursday, Sputnik.com reports. “An oven was found in the building of the Saudi Consulate General. According to experts, it can heat up to 1,000 degrees Celsius,
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target=_blank>Kenya To Host 1st African Protected Areas Congress In November

Kenya will in November host the inaugural Pan African Protected Areas Congress to discuss the continent’s protected areas like wildlife sanctuaries, forests, wetlands and marine ecosystem, officials said on Thursday. Margaret Mwakima, Principal Secretary in the State Department of Wildlife, said the meeting, which is to be held in Nairobi from November 18 to 23,
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target=_blank>South Africa Calls For Lifting Of Sanctions Against Zimbabwe

South Africa supports the lifting of sanctions against Zimbabwe in order to allow for economic development, International Relations and Cooperation Minister, Lindiwe Sisulu, said on Thursday. Sisulu said this at a debate in Parliament on the State of Nation Address (SONA) delivered by President Cyril Ramaphosa. Zimbabwe has been under sanctions imposed by the US
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target=_blank>Suicide Bomber Rams Bus In Kashmir, Kills At Least 36 India Troops

A suicide bomber attacked a security convoy in India Thursday in the Jammu and Kashmir region, killing at least 36 people, officials said, according to Upi.com reports. Thousands of Central Reserve Police Force personnel were traveling in a convoy through Awantipora when the bomber rammed a vehicle full of explosives into one of the buses.
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target=_blank>Amazon Ditches Plans For New York Headquarters

Amazon says it will not build a new headquarters in New York, a stunning reversal after a yearlong search that resulted in locations being selected in New York and Crystal City, Va. The online retailer faced opposition from some New York politicians, who were unhappy with the nearly $3 billion in tax incentives Amazon was
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target=_blank>Egypt Approves Constitutional Amendment To Keep El-Sisi As President Until 2034

Egypt’s parliament has overwhelmingly voted to pass a batch of controversial constitutional amendments, including an extension to presidential terms that could see President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi remain in office until 2034. The country’s state-owned Al Ahram newspaper announced that the approval, which will later go to a national referendum, would mean presidential terms will be
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target=_blank>Ogun Labour Party Adopts Buhari, Abiodun As Candidates

Abeokuta – The Ogun State chapter of Labour Party (LP) on Thursday said it has adopted President Muhammadu Buhari and Prince Dapo Abiodun as its presidential and gubernatorial candidates in Saturday’s general elections. The State Chairman of the party, Comrade Abayomi Olufemi Arabambi, who made the disclosure while briefing newsmen after the state executives meeting
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Ban On Importation Of Tomato Paste Long Overdue – Experts

Stakeholders in the tomato value chain have affirmed that the ban on importation of tomato paste as announced by Audu Ogbeh, the Minister of Agriculture is long overdue. Though, the news may not be new to them as government has said it in the past, but there seems to hope that this time around it […]
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