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Somalis greet ‘new dawn’ as US dual national wins presidency

Festivities have emitted in the city of Somalia after parliamentarians chose another president, with group droning tunes and shooting programmed weapons into the night...

Britain has blood on its hands over Yemen

Little youngsters ought not draw rockets and carcasses. When I met Yemeni young ladies and young men in a sandy, sun-burned evacuee camp in...

Toshiba to confirm cessation of new nuclear projects outside Japan

Toshiba is relied upon to affirm that it is pulling back from new atomic ventures outside Japan, managing a hit to plans for another...

Yemen wants US to reassess counter-terrorism strategy after botched raid

The Yemeni government said on Wednesday it needs a reexamine of US counter-fear based oppressor operations on its domain after a bungled commando attack...

Justin Trudeau canvasses world leaders before visit to Trump White House

Canada's executive, Justin Trudeau, has been deliberating with other world pioneers on how best to draw in with Donald Trump as he gets ready...

Rolls-Royce posts biggest loss in its history

Rolls-Royce has endured the greatest misfortune in its history because of the cost of settling defilement accusations and the effect of Brexit on the...

Steven Mnuchin, former Goldman Sachs exec, confirmed as treasury secretary

The US Senate on Monday affirmed Steven Mnuchin as Donald Trump's treasury secretary, lifting a previous Goldman Sachs broker to one of the organization's...

Out with the old, in with the nude: Playboy brings back...

Playboy has backpedaled to nuts and bolts in the most recent endeavor to make over the debilitated magazine, reestablishing bareness to its pages a...

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Russian hacking group’s ‘last member at liberty’ comes out of the...

Wearing a Christmas jumper embellished with reindeer, Alexander sits in a bar in Riga. He has a noteworthy story to tell. Following quite a...

Europe urged to offer migrants work to cut Mediterranean deaths

Europe needs to open up legitimate courses for African vagrants to take a shot at the landmass on the off chance that it is...

Berlin film festival spurns US to focus on past and future...

As Europe and the US withdraw from each other politically, European cinephiles are figuring out how to reduce Hollywood toll – with huge US...

Wine lovers face triple whammy Brexit price rise, says UK trade...

Champagne consumers in Britain confront higher costs in the following year as the effect of the Brexit vote on the pound inflicts significant damage,...

Lagom might be just enough to save us all

Richard Orange (Opinion, 6 February) depicts the Swedish idea of lagom as being situated in Lutheran standards of discipline, subsequently welcoming it to be...

Images reveal three more Japanese WWII shipwrecks torn apart for scrap

Three Japanese ships that sank off the bank of Borneo amid the second world war have been obliterated in an obvious illicit metal rescue...
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