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Children go missing as US-bound refugees clash with Mexican forces             Chinaís ex-Interpol chief sentenced to 13.5 years over graft, abuse of power             Ex-inspector tells UN how OPCW whitewashed findings on Douma chemical attack             India: Students protest against governmentís citizenship policies in Delhi             Historic Trump impeachment trial to begin in earnest             Yemen dismisses Saudi, UAE claim of Houthi role in deadly missile attack in Maírib            On the move: Conflict, refugee returns fuel Afghanistan displacement            Taliban, US involved in controversy of ceasefire, reduction in violence             US not done in Venezuela, Pompeo announcing new sanctions on Caracas             Propped up by Trump, gun activists rally against proposed Virginia gun laws             Death toll from Chinaís mystery virus rises to four             South Korea to dispatch Ďanti-piracy unití to Strait of Hormuz, not to join US-led alliance             Royals give up their titles to live in ípeaceí             There is a Ďdisincentiveí to tell the truth about progress in Afghanistan, Pentagon official says             Ghani Calls For Investigation of Kabul Family Murder            

Children go missing as US-bound refugees clash with Mexican forces

Mexican forces have fired tear gas at hundred of Central American refugees as they tried to force their way through the Mexico-Guatemala border after the Mexican government rejected their request to transit toward the United...



British government in Brexit defeat over EU citizensí rights in House of Lords

Boris Johnsonís government has lost its first parliamentary votes since the snap general election, as the House of Lords inflicted three defeats over Brexit legislation. The upper chamber voted in favour of EU citizens living in the UK to be given physical documents as proof of their right to stay,...




Children go missing as US-bound refugees clash with Mexican forces

Mexican forces have fired tear gas at hundred of Central American refugees as they tried to force their way through the Mexico-Guatemala border after the Mexican government rejected their request to transit toward the United States. The refugees waded across a river into Mexico on Monday in a chaotic...




Chinaís ex-Interpol chief sentenced to 13.5 years over graft, abuse of power

A Chinese court has sentenced former Interpol chief Meng Hongwei to 13 years and six months in prison on graft and other charges. The Tianjin First Intermediate Peopleís Court also fined Meng, a former vice minister of public security in China, two million yuan (290,000 dollars) on Tuesday for receiving...




Ex-inspector tells UN how OPCW whitewashed findings on Douma chemical attack

A former inspector with the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) - tasked with investigating a suspected "chemical attack" on Syriaís Douma in 2018 - says the final report that the watchdog issued on the incident ran contrary to the findings of its own fact-finding mission. Ian...




India: Students protest against governmentís citizenship policies in Delhi

Protesters marched through Delhi to protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Register for Citizens (NRC), on Monday. Footage shows protesters, mainly university students, chanting and drumming as they carried signs against the CAA and NRC. The crowds marched from the Mandi...




Historic Trump impeachment trial to begin in earnest

President Donald Trumpís historic impeachment trial begins in earnest Tuesday in the Senate, with Democrats calling for his removal from office and Republicans determined to acquit him -- and quickly, if possible. Four months after the Ukraine scandal exploded and went on to overshadow the end of...




Yemen dismisses Saudi, UAE claim of Houthi role in deadly missile attack in Maírib

Yemenís ruling Houthi Ansarullah movement has rejected a claim by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) that it was behind a deadly missile attack against the positions of pro-Riyadh militants in the northern city of Maírib. Saturdayís missile attack targeted a military camp in Maírib, where...




US not done in Venezuela, Pompeo announcing new sanctions on Caracas

The administration of US President Donald Trump has imposed sanctions on Venezuela as part of attempts to pressure the countryís legitimately-elected President Nicolas Maduro to resign. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Monday that the move was meant to support Juan Guaido, the US-backed opposition...




Propped up by Trump, gun activists rally against proposed Virginia gun laws

Tens of thousands of US armed gun rights activists have rallied in Richmond, Virginia to protest gun control bills making their way through the Democratic-controlled state legislature. Chanting "USA! USA! USA!" and praising President Donald Trump, the protesters, armed with handguns and rifles around,...




South Korea to dispatch Ďanti-piracy unití to Strait of Hormuz, not to join US-led alliance

South Korea says it is set to expand the operational area of its anti-piracy unit now stationed in the Gulf of Aden so as to cover the Strait of Hormuz, stressing that the naval task force will operate separately from a US-led military coalition deployed to the Persian Gulf waters under the pretext of...




Royals give up their titles to live in ípeaceí

The news broke on Saturday from Buckingham Palace that from British Spring onwards Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will no longer be able to formally represent the Queen and will no longer use the titles "royal highness" or receive public funds associated with their former royal duties. Harryís late...




Rep. Schiff: NSA, CIA probably have more evidence pertinant to impeachment

US House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff has announced that federal law enforcement agencies might be withholding evidence pertinent to US President Donald Trumpís impeachment trial. Trump is to be tried for secretly holding up $391 million in aid to Ukraine between July and September...




Leader of Iran: Iranís appeal as model of resistance angers US

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says US leaders want Iran to abandon its "new message for the world" when they say the Islamic Republic should behave like a normal nation. Ayatollah Khamenei told a group of Hajj officials in Tehran Monday that the Iranian nationís independence,...




UK legal team urges police to arrest Egyptís Sisi during London visit over Morsi death

A legal group in the UK has lodged complaint with the London police, calling for an arrest warrant against Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi over his alleged role in the death of Mohamed Morsi, the countryís first democratically elected president, at a Cairo court session last year. The International...




Russia repels drone attack on Hmeimim base in Syria

Russian air defenses have repelled a drone attack launched by unidentified militants on the strategic Hmeimim airbase in Syriaís western coastal province of Latakia. The Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement on Sunday, "With the standard anti-aircraft missile systems deployed by the Russian...




China urges Canada to release Huawei chief as she heads to court to fight extradition to US

China has renewed a call for Canada to release senior Huawei executive, Meng Wanzhou, who is set to appear at a court in Vancouver to fight her extradition to the United States on fraud charges. Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said Monday that Ottawa should also correct its "mistake" of arresting...




De Niro takes veiled jab at Trump at SAG tribute

Robert De Niro, an American actor, producer, and director, has once again taken a veiled jab at US President Donald Trump. The two time academy award winner attacked Trump on Sunday during a ceremony where he was presented with a lifetime achievement award for 50 years of acting. After receiving...




Thousands of US-bound migrants set to enter Mexico from Guatemala in new influx

Thousands of Central Americans refugees have gathered in Guatemalaís border regions, preparing to cross into Mexico in caravans en route to the US, in a new influx that is viewed as a test of Mexico Cityís pledge under a deal with Washington to restrict the movement of illegal migrants. Guatemalan...




Fears of radicalization as violent protests hit Lebanon

Lebanese security forces have clashed with protesters whose once peaceful protests have increasingly turned violent after about three months of unrest. Demonstrators hurled rocks, fireworks and other projectiles at security forces who responded by firing teargas, rubber bullets and using water cannon...




Alaska volcano spews thick ash cloud, triggering aviation warning

An Alaska volcano that has been rumbling since midsummer shot ash about 5 miles (8 km) into the sky on Sunday, triggering a warning to aviators and dusting one small fishing village, officials reported. Shishaldin Volcano, one of the most active in Alaska, kicked out a plume of ash that satellite...




France probes police violence as video of officer beating up protester goes viral

French prosecutors have opened an investigation into an instance of "intentional violence" after a video went viral of a riot police officer brutally punching an already-wounded protester detained at a rally in Paris. The footage, which was filmed during a ‘Yellow Vestí rally on Saturday, showed...




Italians rally against far-right surge in north ahead of crucial regional vote

Tens of thousands of Italians have rallied in the northern city of Bologna to protest a far-right surge and, more specifically, the populism of far-right leader Matteo Salvini ahead of a crucial regional vote that could shake up the countryís entire political stage. An estimated 40,000 people joined...




Foreign powers call for ípermanentí Libya ceasefire, vow end to foreign interference

Key players and foreign powers implicated in the Libyan crisis have agreed on the need for a ípermanentí ceasefire and an end to foreign interference in the country. The announcement was made in a final communique concluding a day-long summit attended by the leaders of Germany, Russia, Turkey, and...




Italian Sardines square off against Salvini ahead of crucial vote

The "Sardines" grassroots movement protesting against the populism of far-right Italian leader Matteo Salvini staged a mass rally in the northern city of Bologna on Sunday (January 19) ahead of a regional vote that could shake up national politics. Salviniís resurgent League party and his rightist...




Libyaís Haftar must end Ďhostile attitudeí to resolve conflict: Erdogan

Turkey says Libyaís renegade general Khalifa Haftar should end his "hostile attitude" in order to resolve the conflict in the war-wracked North African country. "For a political solution and the implementation of other phases of a solution, Haftarís hostile attitude should come to an end," Turkeyís...




Sanders, Warren try to ease tensions after a week of feud

US Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders attempted over the weekend to tamp down a weeklong disagreement over whether Sanders told Warren in a 2018 private meeting that a woman could not beat Republican President Donald Trump in 2020. As the two senators and long-time allies campaigned in the...




Fire at Czech home for disabled leaves 8 dead

A fire in a home for people with disabilities killed eight people and injured 30 in northwest Czech Republic early on Sunday, fire and state officials said. The blaze occurred in a home where mostly men with mental and other disabilities lived, in Vejprty about 130 km (80 miles) northwest of Prague. It...




Palestinian child held for several weeks in solitary confinement at Israeli jail

Israeli authorities have locked up a Palestinian child in solitary confinement for nearly four weeks after abducting him from the occupied Jerusalem al-Quds, local media reports say. According to the Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs, 15-year-old Musaab Abu Ghazalah was held in solitary...




Johnson appears keen to exploit Libyan conflict

Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has said that British troops could help "police" a future ceasefire in Libya, as world powers scramble to contain the conflict in the war-torn North African country. Johnson was speaking ahead of an international summit in the German capital, Berlin, tasked with ending...




Hong Kong protesters attack, injure policemen in head

Protesters have attacked police officers during a demonstration in downtown Hong Kong, giving two of them head injuries. Tensions flared after police ordered protesters to disperse during what demonstrators called the "Universal Siege against Communism" in the cityís commercial district on Sunday. Police...




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