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Thousands of protests in Baghdad on the anniversary of the uprising in Iraq

Sunday’s demonstrations began peacefully, but as the afternoon dragged on and protesters tried to cross bridges leading to government buildings, small groups of young men threw Molotov cocktails at the security forces as riot police repelled tear gas. The Iraqi interior ministry said 42 security personnel were injured. A Washington Post reporter saw nearly a dozen injured protesters. “This square …

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Trump announces a new ceasefire of the US-mediated Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict

A third ceasefire agreement was reached in the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region, as both Armenia and Azerbaijan agreed on Sunday to halt the deadly fighting that continues for four weeks. A humanitarian ceasefire will begin at 8:00 local time (12:00 EDT), the governments of the United States of America, the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan said in a …

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Reserve Bank of India Governor Shaktikanta Das tests positive for Covid-19

Das confirmed the news on Twitter on Sunday. “I tested positive Covid-19. Asymptomatic. I feel very well,” wrote Das in a tweet. He said he “will continue to work in solitary confinement” and that bank work will continue as normal. Das is the last high-ranking executive in the country to contract the virus. Other government officials diagnosed with Covid-19 include …

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Poles protest against the ban on abortion in churches and on the streets

WARSAW, Poland (AP) – Women’s rights activists furious at the tightening of the already restrictive Polish abortion law organized protests inside and outside churches on Sunday, interrupting masses and facing accusations of “barbaric” behavior . With the coronavirus on the rise in Poland, large protests also broke out in cities large and small across the nation for the fourth consecutive …

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Meadows: “Four or five” more countries could reach peace agreements with Israel

White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows publicized President Trump’s progress with Middle East peace on Sunday, suggesting that much more is yet to come. In an interview with Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures, Meadows praised the Trump administration for pioneering the creation of peace and stability in the region. TRUMP’S MIDDLE EAST PEACE AFFAIRS ‘WIDSOM CONVENTIONAL REJECTS’: DIP. “Well, …

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Madeleine McCann suspects that Christian Brueckner can NEVER be questioned

Madeleine McCann suspects Christian Brueckner can NEVER be questioned by police as investigators say they are “ a witness away from getting justice ” Hans Christian Wolter Says Evidence Against Suspected Maddie ‘Is Not That Strong’ In June, German police named pedophile Christian Brueckner as their prime suspect Brueckner lived near the town of Praia da Luz, where Maddie went …

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Chile: millions at the polls in the referendum on constitutional reform | World news

Chilean streets filled Sunday for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak began, when millions of people turned out to vote on whether to get rid of the country’s Pinochet-era constitution in favor of a new drafted charter. by citizens. A new constitution was a key demand of the fierce anti-government protests that erupted last year over inequality and elitism …

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Oil tanker surrounded after attempting to hijack off the coast of England

Authorities surrounded an oil tanker after news of a hijack attempt off the Isle of Wight, according to reports. The massive 42,000-ton Liberian tanker Ship Andromeda was due to arrive in the British port of Southhampton on Sunday afternoon, but was contained off the coast of the island after a distress call around 9:00 am local time, the Telegraph reported. …

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Polish women enter churches to protest abortion restrictions

WARSAW, Poland (AP) – Women’s rights activists, furious at the tightening of the already restrictive Polish abortion law, organized protests outside and inside churches on Sunday, interrupting masses and facing allegations of behavior “barbarian”. At the Holy Cross Church in Warsaw, a group of far-right nationalists blocked the stairs leading to the entrance. When a woman managed to make her …

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Oil tanker: British police respond to “ongoing incident” off the Isle of Wight

Hampshire police said on Sunday that their officers were “aware of and were facing” an incident “aboard a ship south of the Isle of Wight.” According to PA Media, the vessel in question is the Liberia-registered oil tanker Nave Andromeda. Details of the incident remain unconfirmed. However, the British news agency PA cited reports of an attempted hijacking by illegal …

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