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Latest: GOP AGs threaten legal action over vaccine mandate – Associated Press

SEOUL, South Korea – South Korea has reported more than 2,000 new cases of the coronavirus, nearing a one-day record set last month, continuing an alarming surge as the nation enters its biggest holiday of the year. The 2,008 cases reported Friday was the 73rd consecutive day of over 1,000 despite officials enforcing the country’s …

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Chinese embassy says opposes US, Australia interference – Yahoo News

SYDNEY (Reuters) -The Chinese embassy in Australia rejected on Friday s “unfounded accusations” against China made by the defence and foreign ministers of Australia and their U.S. counterparts after annual talks in Washington. The two countries, in a statement after Australia-U.S. Ministerial Consultations, expressed concern over China’s “expansive maritime claims in the South China Sea …

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Top Russian Diplomat’s Secret Life With Millionaire Mistress Exposed – Daily Beast

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has reportedly bankrolled his mistress’s travel abroad with him on official diplomatic trips to almost two dozen countries around the world, according to a new bombshell report from Russian opposition activist Alexei Navalny’s team. The report, entitled “Yachts, bribes and a mistress. What Minister Lavrov is hiding,” details a plethora …

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Candidates for Japan PM want to fight income disparities – reuters.com

Ruling party leadership race begins; winner to become PM Four candidates, two of them women, compete for top job Candidates vow to fight disparities, shun “Abenomics” Vaccine minister Kono seen as top contender TOKYO, Sept 17 (Reuters) – Candidates vying to become Japan’s next prime minister launched their campaigns on Friday, promising to restore popular …

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India tells China border troop pullback needed for better ties – Reuters India

NEW DELHI, Sept 17 (Reuters) – India has told China that their bilateral relations will only develop when both countries pull their troops back from a confrontation on their disputed Himalayan border, the Indian foreign minister said. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar discussed the possibility of both sides when he met his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, on the …

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Vladimir Putin shows Russia is ‘back’ as he unveils his flame-throwing ‘Terminator’ tank – Daily Express

Russian and Belarusian troops are currently engaged in massive military drills close to European borders. The “Zapad-2021” exercises involve up to 200,000 military personnel, some 80 aircraft and helicopters, up to 15 ships and nearly 300 tanks, according to the Russian Defence Ministry. Throughout the drills, Mr Putin has proudly shown off an array of …

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Top Islamic State commander killed by French troops – Business Insider

The head of the Islamic State’s deadly group in the Sahara was killed by French troops. Multiple reports said Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahraoui led the killings of four US servicemen in 2017. al-Sahrawi formed the Islamic State in the Greater Sahara in 2015.  LoadingSomething is loading. The head of the Islamic State’s group in the …

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West African bloc resorts to sanctions over Guinea and Mali coups – Reuters

ACCRA, Sept 16 (Reuters) – West Africa’s main regional bloc on Thursday imposed sanctions against the junta in Guinea and those slowing Mali’s post-coup transition – its toughest response yet to a run of military takeovers. The move was agreed at an emergency summit of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in Accra …

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Armed group opens fire towards IDF soldiers at West Bank checkpoint – The Jerusalem Post

An armed group of men opened fire towards IDF soldiers at the Jalama checkpoint, located between Mount Gilboa and Jenin, Walla reported on Friday morning. According to the report, no one was harmed in the incident. In addition, a number of violent disturbances were reported in the Palestinian village of Azun in the West Bank …

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PM Modi inaugurates Defence Office Complexes, lashes out at Central Vista critics – The Tribune India

New Delhi, September 16 Prime Minister Narendra Modi lashed out at critics of Central Vista project on Thursday during inauguration of the Defence Offices Complexes in Delhi. The Prime Minister said that the people who are against the Central Vista Project conveniently ignore the fact that the defence complexes project is also a part of …

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