Iraq PM demands complete withdrawal of Turkish forces
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has called for an immediate and "complete withdrawal" of all Turkish forces from northern Iraq. According to a statement released by the Iraqi prime ministers office, al-Abadi and his senior ministers underlined the need for the "complete withdrawal" of Turkish troops from Iraqi soil. The cabinet "renewed its firm position on the necessity of a response from neighboring Turkey to the Iraqi demand for a complete withdrawal from Iraqi territory and respect for its national sovereignty," the statement said.
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UK police overwhelmed by domestic abuse
The UK inspectors say police in England and Wales are on the verge of being "overwhelmed" by "staggering" increases in reports of domestic abuse.
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No credible sign of diversion in Iran nuclear material: IAEA
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) once again reaffirms the peaceful nature of Iran’s nuclear program, saying the body has no “credible indications” of a diversion of nuclear material toward non-civilian purposes.
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Black Lives Matter protesters interrupt Trumps speech
Protesters affiliated with Black Lives Matter movement interrupted Donald Trump’s presidential campaign rally in Las Vegas and were forcibly removed from the event. The Republican front-runner was forced to pause three times during his speech Monday evening because of heckles from the crowd. The protesters told Yahoo News that they are planning more demonstrations for the fifth and final Republican debate of 2015 at the Venetian casino on Tuesday night.
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Britons rally to protest Shia killings in Nigeria
Hundreds of people have staged a demonstration in Britain to denounce the recent massacre of Shia Muslims in Nigeria and demand that all the perpetrators be brought to justice. On Monday evening, the protesters converged outside the High Commission of Nigeria in London for a rally organized by the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC), chanting slogans in condemnation of the indiscriminate killings of Shia Muslims by government troops in Nigeria’s northern city of Zaria
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Opposition Protests Drown Out Sushma Swarajs Statement On Pakistan Visit
New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj spoke through continuous opposition protests on Monday morning, barely heard above the din as she made a statement in the Rajya Sabha on her visit last week to Pakistan.
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Trump ignores mass shootings, other crimes by non-Muslims: Muslim leader
US presidential candidate Donald Trump’s focus on the recent mass shooting in California and his anti-Muslim comments promotes Islamophobia and violence against Muslims while he ignores crimes committed by non-Muslims, a Muslim cleric and interfaith leader says.
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Freedom of speech in Egypt worse than Mubarak era: Author
The government of President Abdul Fattah el-Sisi in Egypt is manipulating the public with theories that the world is conspiring against the North African country while it is severely restricting the freedom of expression, says a renowned Egyptian writer, novelist and political activist, Alaa al-Aswany.
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UNSC rejects Russian-proposed statement on Homs terrorist attack
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has rejected a Russian-proposed draft statement on a recent terrorist attack by the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group in the Syrian city of Homs. On Saturday, at least 16 people were killed and more than 54 others injured when a car bomb went off near a hospital in Homs’ al-Zahra neighborhood. A few minutes after the blast, a gas cylinder exploded inside a nearby shop, injuring a number of people who had rushed to the site of the bombing for help.
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Berlin dismisses US request for more military aid against Daesh
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has dismissed a request from the United States to provide more military assistance in the fight against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group in Iraq and Syria.
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