Sunday , 26 March 2017

World News

Iran Slaps Sanctions on 15 U.S. Companies

Iran sanctioned 15 American companies in retaliation for restrictions that the Trump administration imposed on companies and people allegedly connected with its ballistic-missile program. Source:: World News

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Greece Receives Three Bids in Long-Running Port Saga

Greece has received three binding bids for a majority stake in its second-largest port in Thessaloniki, the state privatizations agency said, as the country tries to privatize parts of its infrastructure to meet bailout terms. Source:: World News

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U.S. Airstrike Kills al Qaeda Leader in Afghanistan

Qari Yasin allegedly plotted multiple al Qaeda-affiliated attacks, according to the Pentagon, including a 2008 bombing on the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad, Pakistan, that killed two U.S. servicemen and dozens of civilians. Source:: World News

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China to Resume Accepting Brazilian Meat

China will reopen its consumer market to Brazilian meat exports, officials in the South American country said, after a scare over alleged corruption in Brazil’s sanitary inspection services prompted major importers to bar shipments. Source:: World News

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NATO Official Sounds Alarm on Russia Libya Role

Russia’s role in Libya is causing growing concern at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, a senior official said, with the Kremlin appearing to throw its support behind Gen. Khalifa Haftar, a rival of the United Nations-backed coalition government in Tripoli. Source:: World News

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EU Papers Over Divisions at 60th Birthday Party

All the leaders of the European Union, except British Prime Minister Theresa May, pledged their allegiance to the bloc on the 60th anniversary of its founding, but deep divisions remain over its future after Brexit. Source:: World News

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