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‘Complete Invention’: Blair Denies Telling Trump Uk May Have Spied On Him

Tony Blair has dismissed as a “complete invention” a claim that he warned Donald Trump’s advisers UK intelligence may have spied on him during the presidential election campaign. In his

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German Interior Minister In Favour Of Age Tests For Refugee Minors

German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere says he is in favour of age test for refugees whose age cannot be verified using documents. De Maiziere, from Chancellor Angela Merkel’s conservative

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40,000 African Migrants Face Removal From Israel With New Law

About 40,000 African refugees many apparently from Eritrea and Sudan could be expelled from Israel under a plan approved by the cabinet on Wednesday. “The immigrants have a clear choice,

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Israel Set To Cede Parts Of Jerusalem In Peace Deal

Israel set a higher threshold on Tuesday for any future vote on ceding parts of Jerusalem to the Palestinians. Palestinians wanted the eastern part of the city for a future

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Nuclear Button Is On My Desk, Says Kim

North Korea’s leader Kim Jong-un has said a nuclear launch button is “always on my table” and warned the US it will never be able to start a war. In

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Four Young Men Killed In London New Year Stabbings

Four young men have been stabbed to death in unrelated attacks in the space of 15 hours in London, Scotland Yard said. The killings – three on New Year’s Eve

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US Man Charged In ‘Nigerian Prince’ Scam, Police Say

Police in New Orleans have arrested a 67-year-old man after he allegedly helped swindle people out of thousands of dollars as a middleman in a “Nigerian prince” Internet scam. Michael

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Mnangagwa Appoints Zimbabwe’s VP As Defence Minister

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa has appointed Vice President, Retired Gen. Constantino Chiwenga as the country’s defence minister. Acting Chief Secretary to the President and Cabinet, Justin Mupamhanga, said in a

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Erdogan, Pope Francis Discuss Situation Around Jerusalem In Phone Call – Reports

President Recep Erdogan of Turkey discussed the situation around Jerusalem in a phone conversation with Pope Francis on Friday, stressing the importance of preserving the city’s status, Turkish media reported,

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Over 30 Killed In Renewed South Sudan Clashes Amid Continued Truce Violation

Renewed clashes between Government troops and opposition forces in the Northern South Sudanese town of Koch claimed 32 lives, a local government official said on Thursday. Lam Tungwar, Information Minister

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