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Iran confirms first two coronavirus cases

Iran has confirmed its first two cases of coronavirus today, making it the 26th country outside of China to do so. Officials have not given details about who the two people are or whether they were travellers from China. Only one other country in the Middle East has been infected by the virus so far …

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US imposes visa rules for pregnant women on ‘birth tourism’

The White House and US State Department have announced that starting today, Friday January 24th, it will stop pregnant foreigners from travelling into the country to give birth to children in order to obtain American citizenship, a practice known as ‘Birth Tourism’. The new rules were sent from the US State Department to embassies around …

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Turkey wants to introduce law allowing rapists to marry their victims to avoid prosecution

The Turkish government is planning to introduce a new law that will allow men accused of raping underage girls to avoid punishment by marrying their victims, a move which has outraged women’s rights campaigners who say the law will pave the way for ‘child exploitation and legitimize child marriage and statutory rape.’   The “marry …

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Instagram users take to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Instagram account to leave the most horrible hate messages

Instagram users have gone on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s IG account to leave hateful messages, with some asking Meghan to disappear. It got so bad that their social media handlers have had to delete some. The royal couple shared photos from their visit to the women of The Hubb Community Kitchen and “Together, Our Community …

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Australian Prime Minister admits mistakes in bushfire crisis amid mounting criticism

Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison has expressed regret over his handling of the bushfire crisis ravaging the country. Amid increased criticism, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said his response to the country’s bushfire crisis could have been “much better.” The Australian leader also hinted that a change in climate policy is in the cards. In an …

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2 U.S. Troops Killed By Taliban Bomb In Southern Afghanistan

Two U.S. service members were killed and two others injured when their vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan Saturday, the U.S. military said in a statement.   The troops died after their vehicle struck an improvised explosive device in Kandahar province. The service members were conducting operations as part of NATO’s …

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North Korean Mother Faces Prison For Saving Kids & Not Supreme Leaders’ Portrait From Fire

A North Korean mother might be jailed for saving her two children from a house fire and allowing portraits of North Korea’s past leaders to burn. The country’s Ministry of State Security has reportedly placed the woman under investigation after a fire broke out in a home shared by two families in Onsong County, North …

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Soleimani’s Daughter Warns Families of U.S. Troops: ‘Waiting for the Death of Their Children’

The daughter of slain Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani warned the families of U.S. soldiers deployed in the Middle East that they “will spend their days waiting for the death of their children” during the funeral Monday in Tehran. While speaking to a vast crowd at Enqelab-e-Eslami (Islamic Revolution) square, Soleimani’s daughter, Zeinab, directly threatened an attack on the U.S. …

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Iran identifies 35 US targets in Soleimani revenge plot

The Iranian government has identified at least 35 U.S. targets for retaliatory strikes after the country’s president Hasan Rouhani vowed to avenge the death of its Revolutionary Guards commander, Qasem Soleiman, who was killed in a United States airstrike ordered by President Donald Trump.   The latest threat was confirmed by General Gholamali Abuhamzeh, the commander of …

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North Korea calls Joe Biden a ‘rabid dog’ who should be ‘beaten to death

The secretive state of North Korea has launched an unexpected foul mouthed tirade on US Presidential candidate and former US Vice President Joe Biden. In a series of insults, posted by the Nation’s official news agency, the KCNA, they called Biden a ‘rabid dog’ who must ‘be beaten to death” for insulting their leader, Kim Jong …

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