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Army's sniper unit kills 3 Saudi soldiers off Jizan

2019-03-25
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Saudi soldiers were killed on Monday by snipers of army and Popular Committees off Jizan. The sniper unit of army and committees managed to shoot dead 3 Saudi soldiers in Al-Mazraq area in Haradh front, a military source said. Details
3 Saudi soldiers killed in Jizan
2019-03-19
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Foreign Minister Meets UN Resident Coordinator

2019-03-25
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SANAA - Foreign Minister Hisham Sharaf Abdullah met on Monday with the UN Humanitarian Coordinator, Lise Grande in Sanaa to doubling efforts to defeat worsening humanitarian situations. At the meeting, the officials discussed the latest developments Details
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European Union renews its refusal to move its embassies from Tel Aviv to occupied Jerusalem

2019-03-25
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The European Union on Monday renewed its refusal to transfer the embassies of the 28 member states of the Zionist entity from Tel Aviv to occupied Jerusalem. "The EU's position on this issue is constant," spokeswoman for the European Union's foreign Details
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'Mindblowing' haul of fossils over 500m years old unearthed in China

2019-03-25
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A “mindblowing” haul of fossils that captures the riot of evolution that kickstarted the diversity of life on Earth more than half a billion years ago has been discovered by researchers in China. Paleontologists found thousands of fossils in rocks on the ba Details
Palmyra prepares to receive tourists
2019-03-17
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Chinese researchers develop new device that can detect 27 types of drugs in 2 seconds

2019-03-20
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Chinese researchers have developed a mass spectrometer that can rapidly detect illegal drugs on-site. Drugs identification is essential for drugs control, and law enforcement departments have an urgent need for the technology and equipment that can rapidly identify ille Details
Russia develops a robot tank
2019-03-19
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Going 'Under': Europe's first underwater restaurant opens in Norway

2019-03-20
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BAALY, Norway (Reuters) - Europe's first underwater restaurant opens in Norway on Wednesday with more than 7,000 customers booked in to eat among the fish. Situated on the southern tip of Norway, the restaurant looks like a large concrete tube partly submerged in the No Details
The world's healthiest countries, ranked
2019-03-04
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Cyclone Idai: Mozambique death toll passes 200, millions hit

2019-03-20
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The number of people killed in a powerful cyclone and flooding in Mozambique has risen above 200, more than doubling the country’s death toll from a storm that could rank as one of the worst weather-related disasters in the southern hemisphere. Mozambique’s Details
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Al-Sejeen Foundation organizes workshop on the occasion of International Women's Day

2019-03-12
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The National al-Sajeen (Prisoners) Foundation organized a workshop in Sana'a on the occasion of International Women's Day. The Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the institution of prisoner Yahya Ali Al-Habbari pointed out to the importance of the workshop, which come Details
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Man Opens Fire on Passersby in Morocco’s Guelmim, Kills 1 and Wounds 11

2019-03-12
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Rabat – A man opened fire on passersby with a shotgun yesterday evening in Guelmim, southern Morocco, leaving 1 dead and 11 injured, including 2 policemen. The shooter fired at people from the rooftop of his residence in the Tekna neighborhood in Guelmim. The midd Details
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US Extends Iraq Waiver for Purchasing Electricity From Iran for 3 Months

2019-03-20
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WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The United States has extended for 90 days its waiver which exempts Iraq from sanctions for buying electricity from Iran, a State Department spokesperson told Sputnik on Wednesday. "An additional 90-day waiver was granted to allow Iraq to continue to pay for electricity import Details
Oman decides to leave OPEC+ committee
2019-03-18
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The four Real Madrid players who will be allowed to leave this summer

2019-03-20
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Real Madrid are reportedly prepared to sell as many as four of their first-team squad players this summer. The Spanish giants are set for a post-season shake-up following the appointment of Zinedine Zidane as manager. The Frenchman replaced Santiago Solari this month as took the reigns at the Bernab Details
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A civilian wounded by mercenaries’ snipers in Taiz

2019-03-25
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A civilian was wounded on Sunday evening by snipers of Saudi- US mercenaries in central province of Yemen, Taiz. A citizen was wounded by mercenaries’ snipers in Al-Doba village, al-Selw directorate. This comes in the context of continuing attacks by mercenaries on innocent civilians in the province of Taiz and o Details
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