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7 mercenaries of the Saudi army killed in sniper operations off Alab port in Asir

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7 mercenaries of the Saudi army were killed yesterday on Tuesday in sniper operations carried out by sniper unit of army and popular forces off Alab port land in Asir region, a military official said. He added that fighters of army and popular forces Details
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Foreign Minister meets the UN team to activate Hodeidah port

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Foreign Minister Hisham Sharaf met today with the team of the UN Programme on the support and development of Hodeidah port, which includes two international experts of Dutch nationalities Hendrik Engelbert and Mark Remeister, in the presence of the U Details
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Vietnam court sentences American to 12 years for 'overthrow' attempt

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Michael Phuong Minh Nguyen, 55, pleaded guilty, but had asked that his sentence be reduced so he could be reunited with his family, his lawyer, Nguyen Van Mieng, told Reuters by telephone after the trial at the Ho Chi Minh City court. Nguyen will be Details
Sudan military council chief visits Egypt
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‘Aladdin’ Dominates International Box Office With $121 Million

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Disney’s “ Aladdin” is showing plenty of worldwide drawing power with $121 million overseas for the weekend, opening in first place in nearly all international markets. The reboot of the 1992 animated classic has received strong family attendance with Details
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Scientists create ‘living’ robots that can eat, grow and evolve

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They’re not quite the humanoid killers seen in the Terminator films, but these unsettling machines have got the internet up in arms. Scientists have created tiny machines that can eat, grow and even evolve just like real creatures, sparking fears of a robot uprisi Details
Russia develops a robot tank
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Skipping breakfast tied to higher risk of heart-related death

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Iowa City, Iowa - Whether you eat breakfast might be linked with your risk of dying early from cardiovascular disease, according to a new study. Skipping breakfast was significantly associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular-related death, especially stroke-rel Details
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Triple earthquake STRIKES India, China and Tibet

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A HUGE 6.1 magnitude earthquake has shaken India's Assam Region with reports of huge tremors hitting Tibet and China.The quake's epicentre was located 70 miles (113 km) northwest of the town of Dibrugarh. It had a shallow depth of 18.6 miles (30 km), the USGS said. The Details
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World record: Healthy twin miraculously born more than three months after her preemie sister – and both are thriving!

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These twin girls from Germany were born more than three months apart in what medics believe is a world record. Both girls were born at the Holweide hospital in Cologne, located in the western German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The nonidentical twins were even born Details
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A child’s body found dead in abandoned car in Aden

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Citizens in Aden found a child’s body in an abandoned car late hours on Tuesday, a day after he was missing, local sources said. The sources added that the child’s body Abdullah Jamal Heba was found in an abandoned car in al-Shabat neighborhood of Khor Maksa Details
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Xi-Trump talks at G20 unlikely to end trade war, warn Bank of America

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Two major international financial institutions have joined a growing chorus of voices urging investors not to be too optimistic about a significant deal between the US and China being reached this weekend. Analysts at Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Barings, a global asset manager, said it is unli Details
Oil revenues in Libya rise 22% in April
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Chelsea set price for Real Madrid to sign Eden Hazard

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Chelsea have reportedly told Real Madrid that they want at least £130 million for Eden Hazard this summer. Hazard, 28, who has one year remaining on his deal at Stamford Bridge, has made no secret of his desire to join Madrid ever since his childhood idol, Zinedine Zidane, returned as manager Details
Leicester 3-0 Arsenal
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Saudi warplanes launches series of air raids on the capital Sanaa

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The U.S. backed, Saudi aggression warplanes launched at dawn on Saturday 7 airstrikes on 21 September Parkand two other airstrikes on al-Farijah military camp in Arhab, north of the capital Sanaa, a security official said. Details
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