Islamabad, Kabul agree to work to resume talks with Taliban: Pakistan
Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to cooperate in order to resume stalled peace talks with Taliban militants, Islamabad say.
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US women group joins BDS movement against Israel
The US National Women’s Studies Association has joined other civil rights groups in the country to boycott Israel in solidarity with the oppressed Palestinian people.
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India seeks preferential trade deal with Iran
India says it is interested in signing a preferential trade agreement with Iran when sanctions are lifted against Tehran, a press report says.
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Ayatollah Khamenei issues a second letter to the youth in Western countries
Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, in a letter addressed to the youth in the Western countries, has described the bitter terrorist events in France as a ground for deliberation. Referring to painful examples of the “effects of terrorism, which is backed by certain big powers, on the Muslim world, [powerful countries’] support for Israel’s state terrorism, and harmful military campaigns [launched] against the Muslim world in recent years,” Ayatollah Khamenei said: “I ask you, young people, to lay the foundation for an appropriate and honorable interaction with the Muslim world based on correct knowledge and with deep insight and by taking advantage of tragic experiences [of the past].”
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JCPOA implementation to up Iran-Europe economic ties: Rouhani
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the implementation of the July 14 nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 will help Tehran and the European Union reach the desired level of economic relations. In a meeting with the visiting Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias in the Iranian capital, Tehran, on Sunday, President Rouhani said the sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program have had adverse effects on the level of international cooperation.
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South Korean activists vow to stage anti-government protest despite ban
South Korea’s major labor group has pledged to stage a planned anti-government protest this week, a day after officials banned the demonstration over security concerns. The Korean Confederation of Trade Unions said in a Sunday statement that the ban on the rally scheduled for next Saturday was “unconstitutional.”
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66% of Americans say Obama has no strategy for fighting Daesh
Approximately 66 percent of Americans think US President Barack Obama has no clear plan for defeating the Daesh (ISIL) terrorist organization in Iraq and Syria, a new poll has shown. Only 23 percent of Americans think their president has a proper blueprint for dealing with the Takfiri group, according to the CBS News poll, released on Monday. Meanwhile, support for deploying US ground troops against ISIL has grown in the wake of last week’s Paris attacks that reportedly killed scores of people and injured hundreds more, pollsters found.
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Trump defends 9/11 claim about Muslims
Trump defends 9/11 claim, demands apology from critics US presidential candidate Donald Trump is not backing down from his controversial claim that “thousands of people” in Arab Muslim communities in New Jersey cheered as the World Trade Center collapsed on September 11, 2001. The Republican frontrunner told an NBC News reporter on Monday night that he has "the world’s greatest memory" and everybody knows about this. Trump insisted that his claims were valid and flaunted the support he said he received on his Twitter page.
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Belgium extends security alert for capital amid terror fear
Belgian authorities have extended a maximum security alert in the capital, Brussels, over lingering fears of an “imminent” terrorist attack.
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Analyst warns striking ISIL will deteriorate fanaticism
In light of the growing fears in Europe and elsewhere over the possible new attacks by ISIL terrorists, analysts are again raising questions over who actually created this violent terrorist group and what would be the consequences of launching military strikes on them.
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