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  • Putin accuses West of meddling in Russian domestic affairs

    Date: 2017-06-02 19:34:38 GMT - Russia - World - SN:58 - ID:6838601

    MOSCOW, June 2 (MENA) - Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused the West of 'systematic crude and unceremonious' interference in Russia’s home affairs, Tass News Agency reported. "There has been systematic, crude and absolutely unceremonious ....

  • China investigates Japanese citizen for harming national security

    Date: 2017-06-02 16:49:33 GMT - China - World - SN:48 - ID:6838501

    BEIJING, June 2 (MENA) - China said on Friday a Japanese citizen was being investigated for harming national security, Kyodo news agency reported. "In May of this year, the relevant Chinese department put under investigation in accordance with ....

  • China concerned about Snowden's claims of mass surveillance in Japan

    Date: 2017-06-02 16:39:21 GMT - China - World - SN:47 - ID:6838491

    BEIJING, June 2 (MENA) - China has expressed concern about claims by Edward Snowden on looming mass surveillance in Japan, saying that it strongly opposed any kind of cyber spying, including mass data surveillance, Xinhua news agency ....

  • France says security conditions not right to reopen Libya embassy

    Date: 2017-06-02 14:19:50 GMT - France - World - SN:37 - ID:6838254

    PARIS, June 2 (MENA) - France's foreign ministry said on Friday security conditions were still not right to reopen its embassy in Libya despite a claim by the prime minister of a U.N.-backed government there that Paris wanted to restore its ....

  • Cholera suspected cases in Yemen expected to reach 130,000 within 2 weeks- UNICEF

    Date: 2017-06-02 13:04:07 GMT - Switzerland - World - SN:33 - ID:6838116

    GENEVA, 2 June (MENA) – The UNICEF fears that cholera suspected cases to reach 130,000 within the next two weeks in Yemen, the UN agency said on its website. "Cholera is spreading incredibly fast in Yemen, turning an already dire situation for ....

  • US deployment of B-52 bombers to Europe destabilizing step - Moscow

    Date: 2017-06-02 13:00:22 GMT - Russia - World - SN:31 - ID:6838123

    MOSCOW, June 2 (MENA) - The relocation of US Boeing B-52 Stratofortress strategic bombers from the United States to Europe is a destabilizing step that undermines international security, the director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s Department for ....

  • Protest at Kabul bomb site turns deadly

    Date: 2017-06-02 12:59:14 GMT - Afghanistan - World - SN:30 - ID:6838043

    KABUL, June 2 (MENA) - At least one person has been killed and eight others wounded in the Afghan capital Kabul after police fired shots to hold back protesters demanding the government step down in the wake of a devastating bomb attack, Khaama ....

  • Russian intelligence agencies not spying on allies - Putin

    Date: 2017-06-02 12:07:54 GMT - Russia - World - SN:26 - ID:6838040

    MOSCOW, June 2 (MENA) - Russian intelligence services are not spying on the country's allies and "always conform to the law," Russian President Vladimir Putin said in an interview with US film director Oliver Stone, Sputnik reported. Espionage ....

  • Women suicide bombers kill four in north Cameroon

    Date: 2017-06-02 11:45:11 GMT - Cameroon - World - SN:24 - ID:6837987

    YAOUNDE, June 2 (MENA) - A pair of women suicide bombers killed four people and left a trail of injury in north Cameroon Thursday, the second such attacks this week in a region targeted by Nigeria's Boko Haram Islamists, Daily Mail reported. The ....

  • Moscow has no plans to veto UNSC resolution on North Korea - ministry

    Date: 2017-06-02 10:49:09 GMT - Russia - World - SN:23 - ID:6837928

    MOSCOW, June 2 (MENA) - Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov said Friday his country is not going to veto the resolution on North Korea that the UN Security Council is slated to consider later in the day, TASS reported. "We are not ....

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