Entertainment magazine – Page 1508 – Journal of Negotiations and News
Sunday , September 22 2019

Kashmir gunfight leaves 10 Indian soldiers, suspected militants dead

A gunfight has claimed the lives of five soldiers and five suspected militants in the disputed region of Kashmir, police say. The fighters on Wednesday attacked security troops carrying out a search operation in forests around Kupwara, 95 km (60 miles) north of the main city of Srinagar, said Shamsher …

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Amazon workers go on first strike in Spain

Workers at Amazon’s biggest logistics center in Spain have gone on strike, a first in the country as they demand better pay and conditions, a union said Wednesday. Ana Berceruelo of the CCOO union told AFP the strike started Tuesday night, with 98 percent of employees in the warehouse in …

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Killing Iran nuclear deal will lead to war, Merkel warns Netanyahu

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has warned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a staunch opponent of the Iran deal, against serious repercussions of a US decision to pull out of the multilateral agreement, saying such a move would plunge the Middle East into war. In a telephone conversation on Tuesday, Merkel said …

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Zarif calls Trump out for his shallow command of politics

“With millennia of civilization, Iranians have the historical depth to ignore the absurd insults of an arriviste leader one whose entire command of history, politics and diplomacy can be condensed into 280 characters,” Zarif said Tuesday on Twitter. “But even so, still superior to his juvenile royal stooge.” Zarif’s remarks …

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Iran women's futsal teams to play friendlies against China, Ukraine

The Iran women’s national futsal team is scheduled to play four friendly fixtures against China and Ukraine as it is gearing up for the 2018 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Women’s Futsal Championship in Thailand. The Football Federation of the Islamic Republic of Iran (FFIRI) announced on Tuesday that the China women’s national …

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Yemeni forces target Saudi F-15 fighter jet over Sa’ada: Video

Yemeni air defense forces, backed by fighters from allied Popular Committees, have reportedly intercepted and shot down an F-15 fighter jet belonging to the Royal Saudi Air Force.  An unnamed Yemeni military source told Arabic-language al-Masirah television network that the aircraft was targeted with a surface-to-air missile as it was flying in …

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N Korea says diplomatic overtures signal its strength, not sanctions

In its first comment on a fast paced rapprochement on the Korean Peninsula, Pyongyang has dismissed speculation that tough sanctions brought North Korea to the negotiating table with the US and the South, stressing that the North is now driving a “peace offensive.” In a commentary published late Tuesday, North …

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Russia says UK may be behind ex-spy chemical attack

Russia says Britain may have been behind the poisoning of a former double agent and his daughter, accusing London of destroying key evidence. Vladimir Yermakov, Russian Foreign Ministry official, who was briefing foreign envoys in Moscow, added that London is hiding facts and could destroy key evidence in the nerve …

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About 26 dead, 18 wounded in bomb blast near Afghan capital shrine

At least 26 people have been killed after Daesh terrorists carried out a bomb attack near a shrine in the Afghan capital of Kabul where people had gathered to celebrate Nowruz marking the start of the Persian New Year. According to reports, the blast occurred in Kabul’s Karte Sakhi area …

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UN seeks rare labor probe against Venezuela

The UN’s labor body on Wednesday set up an investigation into alleged violations in Venezuela, following a request by a private-sector group long opposed to the Caracas government. The United Nations’ International Labor Organization rarely creates this type of probe, known as a Commission of Inquiry. The last case was …

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