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Hamas says weapons a 'red line' after talks with Fatah

 The Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has refused to be disarmed as part of a recent national reconciliation deal with rival party Fatah, stressing that its ... Full story

Can Saudi Arabia's economic reforms succeed?

 Reforms spearheaded by Saudi Arabia's crown prince may be insufficient to wean the economy from its addiction to oil and create a thriving private sector ... Full story

Fatal mosque attack shows Egypt failure to secure Sinai: Analyst

 Nearly 240 worshipers were killed and over 130 others wounded in a bomb and gun assault that targeted a packed mosque in Egypt’s militancy-riddled Sinai ... Full story

Emmerson Mnangagwa sworn in as Zimbabwe president

 Harare, Zimbabwe - Emmerson Mnangagwa has been sworn in as president of Zimbabwe, marking the end of Robert Mugabe's 37-year reign over the country. Tens of ... Full story

Kremlin: Russia’s Putin hosts Syria’s Assad for talks

 Russian President Vladimir Putin hosted Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad for talks at which the two men agreed that the focus in the Syrian conflict was ... Full story

Myanmar's Suu Kyi says ‘illegal immigrants spreading terrorism’

 Myanmar’s leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who has come under global scrutiny for backing an ethnic cleansing campaign against the country’s unwanted Muslim population, has ... Full story

Syrian army recaptures 80% of last Daesh bastion: Monitor

 Syria’s Army and its allies have seized more than 80 percent of Daesh’s last stronghold in the country, the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights ... Full story

NATO warns of military, economy power shift to China, Russia

 A top commander of the NATO military alliance has highlighted a shift in global economic and military power from the West to other countries, particularly ... Full story

China, Russia to hold simulated anti-missile drills in Beijing

 The Chinese and Russian militaries are preparing to hold joint computer-assisted anti-missile drills in what is said to be a response to the deployment of ... Full story

23 EU members agree to establish new military union

 Twenty three countries from the 28-member European Union (EU) have signed a pact to fund and develop a new military union, an idea that the ... Full story

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