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North Korea Goes Ahead With Closure Of Nuclear Test Site

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About two dozen journalists from Western and Chinese News organisations arrived in North Korea on Tuesday to witness the closure of its nuclear test site, an indication that the shutdown will go ahead amid renewed diplomatic uncertainty.


U.S Warns North Korea Over Summit

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U.S Vice-president, Mike Pence has warned North Korea's Kim Jong-Un not to "play" President Donald Trump if they meet next month.

Death Toll In Cuba Plane Crash Rises To 111

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The death toll of Cuba's deadliest air disaster in 30 years has risen to 111 after one of the survivors died of her injuries on Monday evening.

Iran Condemns Planned U.S Sanctions

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Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif , has condemned the United States for vowing to impose what it said would be the "strongest sanctions in history" on his country.

Turkey Court Convicts 104 In Coup Trial

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A Turkish court has sentenced 104 former military officers to life in prison for their involvement in a 2016 coup attempt.

Australian Archbishop Philip Wilson Guilty Of Concealing Child Sex Abuses

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An Australian court has found a Catholic archbishop guilty of concealing child sexual abuse in the 1970s.

Trump, Moon Discuss North Korea's Threat To Scrap Summit

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US President Donald Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Sunday discussed North Korea's recent threats to cancel its unprecedented summit with Washington, Seoul's presidential office said.


Royal Wedding: Prince Harry, Meghan Tie The Knots

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been declared husband and wife, following a ceremony at Windsor Castle. The couple exchanged vows and rings before the queen and 600 guests at St George's Chapel.

W.H.O Holds Emergency Meeting Over D.R.C Ebola Outbreak

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The World Health Organization (WHO), is to hold an emergency meeting to discuss the risk of Ebola spreading from the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Gunmen Kill Three Dangote Cement Employees In Ethiopia

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Gunmen have shot and killed three employees of a cement factory owned by Nigerian billionaire, Aliko Dangote in Ethiopia's Oromia region.

EU Leaders Agree 'On United Approach' Towards Iran Trade Deal

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European Union leaders agreed on a "united EU approach" to keeping the Iran nuclear deal alive after US President Donald Trump withdrew from the pact, a European source said after talks in Bulgaria.

North Korea Threatens To Pull Out Of Summit With U.S.

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North Korea has said it may pull out of a summit with us president Donald trump if the US insists it gives up its nuclear weapons.

Tension In Gaza As Palestinians Begin To Bury 58 Dead

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Funerals are being held in Gaza for 58 people killed on Monday when Israeli troops opened fire on Palestinian protesters, in the deadliest day of violence there since a war in 2014.

Iran, EU Meet To Try To Save Nuclear Deal

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Iran's foreign minister began talks in Brussels Tuesday on the final leg of a global tour rallying diplomatic support for the country's nuclear deal after the abrupt withdrawal by the United States.


U.N, Rights Bodies Ask For Clemency For Sudan Teenager Noura Hussein

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The United Nations and international rights groups have pleaded with Sudan to pardon a 19-year-old girl sentenced to death after she killed her husband as he tried to rape her,  they say the victim is a child marriage and acted in self-defence.

W.H.O To Send Ebola Vaccine To D.R. Congo

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The world health organisation has procured 4,000 doses of Ebola vaccine for the democratic republic of Congo

Gaza Clashes: 28 Dead In Violence Ahead Of US Embassy Opening

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Violent clashes erupted along the Gaza Strip's border hours ahead of the controversial opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem on Monday, leaving 16 Palestinians dead from Israeli fire and hundreds more wounded.

India Storms: At Least 70 People Killed

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At least 70 people have been killed and over 100 injured after a fresh wave of violent sandstorms and thunderstorms battered India, officials said Monday. 

US Defies Global Outcry, Set For Controversial Jerusalem Embassy Move

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The United States moves its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem on Monday after months of global outcry, Palestinian anger and exuberant praise from Israelis over President Donald Trump's decision tossing aside decades of precedent.

ECOWAS Commission Seeks Stronger Parliament To Drive Regional Integration

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President of the ECOWAS Commission, Jean Claude, has made a strong case for the strengthening of the parliament to make it a key institution in monitoring adherence to regional integration.

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