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    Obama urges Israel to end occupation of Palestine
    Sep20

    Obama urges Israel to end occupation of Palestine

    UNITED NATIONS: Both sides would benefit if Israel recognized it cannot permanently occupy Palestinian land and if Palestinians rejected incitement and recognized Israel’s legitimacy, US President Barack Obama said on Tuesday. “Surely Israelis and Palestinians will be better off if Palestinians reject incitement and recognize the...

    Obama says no military solution in Syria in last UN address
    Sep20

    Obama says no military solution in Syria in last UN address

    UNITED NATIONS: US President Barack Obama on Tuesday used his final UN address as president to hit out at the “crude populism” mushrooming in the United States and around the world. Making the case for the success of liberal democracies, Obama admitted that a “course correction” was necessary while rejecting “crude...

    Ivory Coast fable Toure retires from general football
    Sep20

    Ivory Coast fable Toure retires from general football

    Yaya Toure. PHOTO: REUTERS MANCHESTER: Four-time African footballer of a year Yaya Toure announced his retirement from general football on Tuesday. The 33-year-old Ivory general capped 113 times for his inhabitant team, pronounced it had been an impossibly formidable decision. “Writing this note was substantially ‘the many formidable compare of...

    Trump, Clinton compete to meet top leaders in New York
    Sep20

    Trump, Clinton compete to meet top leaders in New York

    NEW YORK: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton met Egypt’s president in New York on Monday as the two US presidential candidates tried to bolster their diplomatic credentials at the United Nations. Democratic standard-bearer Clinton said last week that she would meet Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, along with leaders from Japan and Ukraine on the...

    Trump, Clinton compete to meet top leaders in New York
    Sep20

    Trump, Clinton compete to meet top leaders in New York

    NEW YORK, – Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton met Egypt’s president in New York on Monday as the two US presidential candidates tried to bolster their diplomatic credentials at the United Nations, reports BSS. Democratic standard-bearer Clinton said last week that she would meet Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, along with leaders from Japan and Ukraine...

    France hopes climate deal takes effect November
    Sep20

    France hopes climate deal takes effect November

    UNITED NATIONS, United States: France’s environment minister on Monday voiced optimism that the Paris global accord on fighting climate change will come into force by November. Segolene Royal, who is president of the so-called COP21 conference behind last year’s far-reaching agreement in Paris, said the goal was to put it in place...

    13 players from foreign clubs invited to Armenian national team
    Sep20

    13 players from foreign clubs invited to Armenian national team

    Thirteen players from foreign teams have been invited to the Armenian national team. Armenian national team will play 2018 World Cup qualifyiers on October 8 and 11 against Romania and Poland respectively. Armenia head coach Varuzhan Sukiasyan has announced the list of players from abroad invited to the training camp. Gael Andonian, Olympique,...

    Young Azerbaijani boxers win 4 medals in Ukraine
    Sep20

    Young Azerbaijani boxers win 4 medals in Ukraine

    …read more Source: Today.Az

    Trump, Clinton compete to meet top leaders in New York
    Sep20

    Trump, Clinton compete to meet top leaders in New York

    NEW YORK: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton met Egypt’s president in New York on Monday as the two US presidential candidates tried to bolster their diplomatic credentials at the United Nations. Democratic standard-bearer Clinton said last week that she would meet Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, along with leaders from Japan and Ukraine on the...

    Ukraine may lose millions of dollars in aid over gas monopoly takeover
    Sep20

    Ukraine may lose millions of dollars in aid over gas monopoly takeover

    The takeover may be in violation of the $17.5 billion bailout deal with international creditors. …read more Source:...

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