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US Democrats expected to unveil two articles of impeachment against Donald Trump

Donald Trump denies wrongdoing and has called the impeachment probe a hoax.
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No improvement in Nawaz Sharif’s health, doctors advise ex-Pakistan PM be shifted to US

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb said the 69-year-old Sharif's medical reports showed there was an 88 per cent blockage in the arteries circulating blood to his bra

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Joe Biden campaign attacks Trump policy on Saudi Arabia, North Korea

Biden campaign spokesman TJ Ducklo said the Trump administration has written Saudi's kingdom "a blank check to act with impunity around the world."

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New Zealand: Five dead, others missing in eruption of White Island volcano

Police later said one person had been confirmed killed. Ardern said at an afternoon news briefing that people who were injured in the eruption were being transported to shore. She said the incident ap

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UK Election: Campaign enters final rounds with Brexit on the line

Boris Johnson is due to visit Brexit-backing Sunderland, northeast England, on Monday in a final push to lure traditional Labour voters to his side.

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US confirms Washington visit by Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov

The situations in war-wracked Syria and Ukraine are likely to top the agenda.

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US veterans join Indian-Americans in protest against Pakistan in Washington DC

Protesters, representing different communities and backgrounds, gathered to voice their anguish and strong condemnation of Pakistan's policy.

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Ukraine seeks to require UK court hearings if Russia tries to enforce debt

Ukraine's new president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, is scheduled to meet Russia's Vladimir Putin on Monday.

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UK Elections: PM Boris Johnson’s Conservatives poll lead jumps to 14 points

The poll put Johnson's party on 45%, up 2 points, compared to Labour's 31%, down 2 points, before Thursday's national election.

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Boris Johnson pledges transformative Brexit as nerves are rattled by UK polls

Boris Johnson called the snap election after more than three years of political crisis over the United Kingdom’s most significant geopolitical move since World War Two.

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North Korea carries out ‘very important’ test at once-dismantled launch site

North Korea has carried out a "very important" test at its Sohae satellite launch site, state media KCNA reported on Sunday, a rocket testing ground that U.S. officials once said Pyongyang had promise

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Pakistan believes in effective, result-oriented regional cooperation: Imran Khan

The 2016 SAARC Summit was to be held in Islamabad, but after a deadly terrorist attack on an Indian Army base in Uri in Jammu and Kashmir in September that year, India expressed its inability to parti

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North Korea conducts ‘very important test’: KCNA

The latest test comes as Pyongyang is ramping up pressure ahead of its end-of-year deadline for the US to propose a new offer to kickstart stalled nuclear talks.

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Democrats huddle to draft impeachment charges against Donald Trump

Representative Jamie Raskin told reporters on Saturday evening the committee had spent the day digesting information they received from the House Intelligence Committee and constitutional law scholars

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Four dead in shooting near Mexico’s presidential residence

Preliminary reports indicated that an armed man entered a building on a small street near the palace looking to relieve himself, Mexico City police said.

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Knife-edge? UK’s Boris Johnson ahead but polls suggest majority might be tough

At the lowest end of that range, Johnson cannot count on winning the majority in parliament he needs to take Britain out of the European Union by Jan. 31, especially if voters choose to put aside thei

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Would be surprised if North Korea acted hostilely, says Donald Trump

Hours later, when reporters asked Trump as to how does he plan on re-engaging North Korea in the negotiations, he said, "We'll see about North Korea. I'd be surprised if North Korea acted hostiley [si

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North Korea says denuclearization not on negotiating table

A statement released by North Korea's U.N. ambassador, Kim Song, accused the Trump administration of persistently pursuing a ``hostile policy'' toward the country ``in its attempt to stifle it.''

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Saudi suspect in US Navy base attack linked to anti-US Twitter screed

Federal investigators have not disclosed any motive behind the attack, which unfolded at dawn on Friday when the Saudi national is said to have began firing a handgun inside a classroom at the Naval A

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Iraq: Death toll rises to 25 in Baghdad bloodshed

On Saturday, protesters raised a bloodied white flag as they sought to return to the scene.

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Air strikes kill 19 civilians in northwest Syria, says report

The air raids in the jihadist-run northwestern region of Idlib also wounded several others, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

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Argentina set to welcome a Peronist President again, India-MERCOSUR expansion talks could delay further

The India-MERCOSUR talks have been stuck for sometimes as the member countries have been unable to resolve their political differences.

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Held US graduate student to be exchanged for scientist: Iran

In his tweet, Zarif confirmed rumours that had been circulating for days that a deal was in the works to free Wang.

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US says drone shot down by Russian air defenses near Libyan capital

Military officials linked to the GNA and Western diplomats have confirmed the presence of Russian contractors in Libya.

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