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Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has conferred with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on a multilateral nuclear agreement Tehran signed with the P5+1 group of countries in 2015 and mutual relations, particularly in economic and trade sectors.
Selahattin Demirtas, the former co-chairman of the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party, or HDP, is one of five candidates running against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in the June 24 presidential election. Turkey will also hold a parliamentary election on the same day.
Thousands of Shiite Muslims marched in the capitals of Iran and Iraq on Friday to mark “Jerusalem Day,” in an annual protest against Israeli rule over the holy city and show of support for the Palestinians. Some burned Israeli flags and effigies of President Donald Trump.
The Swedish government has approved the construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline in its waters, the minister for enterprise and innovation, Mikael Damberg, said at a special briefing.
As a French student witnessing the current revolts taking place in Paris, I can’t avoid establishing a parallel with the global revolution of May 1968. Although at that time, even my parents weren’t born…
Today, Tiananmen Square is never mentioned in Chinese media and is not taught in schools. A heightened police presence at the site is the only tacit nod to what occurred there 29 years previously.
Jordan’s King Abdullah II has warned that the country is “at a crossroads”, after a week of anti-austerity protests that continued overnight despite the prime minister’s resignation.
Kim Jong Un has reportedly fired North Korea’s top three military generals in what appears to be an attempt to quash dissent ahead of a summit with Donald Trump.
Syrian President Bashar Assad is planning to visit North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in what would be Kim’s first summit with a foreign head of state in Pyongyang, the North’s state-run media said Sunday.
Kgosientso “Sputla” Ramokgopa could just be the name fielded to upset plans to elect David Makhura to the position of ANC chairperson in Gauteng at the end of this month.