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  • UN: 100,000 returned to Raqqa following Daesh defeat

    Date: 2018-04-04 20:30:20 GMT - Syria - World - SN:87 - ID:7334151

    MOSCOW, April 4 (MENA) – Some 100,000 people have come back to live in the Syrian city of Raqqa, Sputnik quoted adviser on humanitarian issues to the UN Special Envoy for Syria Jan Egeland as saying Wednesday. According to Egeland, the United ....

  • WHO: Explosive hazards pose fatal risks to millions in Syria

    Date: 2018-04-04 19:33:48 GMT - Switzerland - World - SN:83 - ID:7333988

    Geneva, April 4 (MENA) – More than eight million people are exposed to explosive hazards in Syria, including over 3 million children, the World Health Organization (WHO) posted on its website on Wednesday. Marking the International Day for Mine ....

  • Trump, Macron discuss push to defeat Daesh

    Date: 2018-04-04 19:17:48 GMT - France - World - SN:82 - ID:7333984

    WASHINGTON, April 4 (MENA) - US President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron discussed their commitment to the "total defeat" of Daesh terrorist group during a phone call Wednesday, the White House said. The two leaders also discussed ....

  • 139 terrorists connected to Pakistan on UN sanctions list

    Date: 2018-04-04 18:45:31 GMT - Pakistan - World - SN:80 - ID:7333979

    ISLAMABAD, April 4 (MENA) - The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Tuesday released an updated list of terrorist individuals and entities out of which 139 entries stem from Pakistan, The Express Tribune reported Wednesday. The list ....

  • Trump remains under investigation but not criminal target, says special counsel

    Date: 2018-04-04 18:00:04 GMT - USA - World - SN:77 - ID:7333973

    WASHINGTON, April 4 (MENA) - Special counsel Robert S. Mueller III informed US President Donald Trump’s attorneys last month that he is continuing to investigate the president but does not consider him a criminal target at this point, according to ....

  • US Intel chief: White House has made decision on troops in Syria

    Date: 2018-04-04 16:19:41 GMT - USA - World - SN:69 - ID:7333790

    WASHINGTON, April 4 (MENA) - The White House will release a statement “shortly” on its decision on whether to pull U.S. troops from Syria, the top U.S. intelligence chief said Wednesday. Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats would not say ....

  • Putin emphasizes importance of joint statement in support of Syria's sovereignty

    Date: 2018-04-04 16:11:02 GMT - Turkey - World - SN:67 - ID:7333709

    ANKARA, April 4 (MENA) - Russian President Vladimir Putin has noted the importance of a Russian-Turkish-Iranian statement on Syria that voices support for the country's sovereignty and unity on the background of attempts to aggravate the ....

  • US police identify attacker of YouTube HQ in California

    Date: 2018-04-04 09:40:30 GMT - USA - World - SN:22 - ID:7332586

    WASHINGTON, April 4 (MENA) - US police have identified the female suspect who opened fire at the premises of YouTube company in California, leaving three people injured. Police told NBC News that the suspect has been identified as Nasim Asghdam ....

  • Russia’s EU envoy not surprised by conclusions on substance used to poison Skripal

    Date: 2018-04-04 09:12:09 GMT - Russia - World - SN:21 - ID:7332703

    MOSCOW, April 4 (MENA) - British experts' conclusion on the substance used to poison former Russian military intelligence (GRU) Colonel Sergei Skripal comes as no surprise as the formula of the substance is widely known, Russian Permanent ....

  • Putin says Daesh remains global danger despite military defeat

    Date: 2018-04-04 08:51:54 GMT - Russia - World - SN:18 - ID:7332669

    MOSCOW, April 4 (MENA) - Despite the successful counter-terrorism mission in Syria and Iraq, the Daesh terrorist group is still capable of conducting raids in different regions throughout the world, Russian President Vladimir Putin said. "Despite ....

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