How Netanyahu's campaign against Israel's Arab citizens backfired
TEL AVIV — If Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s campaign for re-election will be remembered for one thing, it will likely be the unabashed vilification...
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Group of US women sue 'amateur' porn producer over 'coercion and lies'
US porn makers are being sued for $22m (£17.5m) over allegations that they lied and coerced a group of young women into making “amateur-style” pornographic films....
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Unresolved Kashmir dispute continues to pose serious threat to regional ...
The unresolved Kashmir dispute continues to pose a serious threat to regional as well as global peace.A report released by Research Section of Kashmir Media Service on...
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World's first vagina museum to open in London in November
The first museum entirely dedicated to vaginas will open its doors in London this autumn.Thanks to a £50,000 (€56,600) global crowdfunding campaign, the vagina muse...
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Ahead of climate summit, UN chief demands 'positive' news
UNITED NATIONS: Next week dozens of countries will gather in New York for an emergency UN summit to help curb the grim prospect of rising greenhouse gas emissions, how...
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Major police operation as loyalist parades get under way
A major police operation is under way in Glasgow prevent loyalist parades being marred by disorder.Four marches were given the go-ahead on Thursday despite concerns ov...
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Royal baby Archie awaited in S.Africa for first official trip
Britain's Prince Harry, his wife Meghan Markle and baby Archie are expected in South Africa on Monday to begin their first official tour as a family since their son's ...
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Lebanese PM talks to Saudi minister about support for economy
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri spoke to the Saudi finance minister on Saturday about support for the Lebanese economy and preparations for the first ...
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Paris on high alert as protesters try to revive gilets jaunes movement
Paris is under high security this weekend as anti-government protesters try to revive the gilets jaunes (yellow vests) movement against perceived econom...
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Turkish court orders rearrest of jailed Selahattin Demirtas
A Turkish court has blocked the release of the imprisoned former leader of a pro-Kurdish party after prosecutors requested his arrest once again over a fresh...
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