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Syrian Kurds urge US to press Turkey for ceasefire
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Syrian Kurds urge US to press Turkey for ceasefire

Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) on Saturday called on the US to pressure Turkey to comply with the five-day ceasefire and open a humanitarian corridor for the evacuation of civilian victims from the besieged border city of Ras al-Ain in northern Syria.

Preliminary results of Afghan prez polls delayed
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Preliminary results of Afghan prez polls delayed

The Independent Election Commission (IEC) of Afghanistan on Saturday announced that the preliminary results of the September 28 presidential election will be delayed amid fears that candidates might not accept a possible defeat.

Johnson's Brexit deal worse than May's: Corbyn
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Johnson's Brexit deal worse than May's: Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the UK's main opposition Labour Party, on Saturday said that Prime Minister Boris Johnson's new Brexit deal was worse than the one proposed by his predecessor Theresa May.

Johnson addresses Parliament for new Brexit deal
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Johnson addresses Parliament for new Brexit deal

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday addressed the House of Commons ahead of a "knife-edge" vote on his latest Brexit deal, a last-ditch attempt before the October 31 deadline to leave the European Union (EU).

Pak govt may call in Army for 'Azadi March'
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Pak govt may call in Army for 'Azadi March'

The Pakistan government has started devising a strategy to deploy armed forces in Islamabad during the October 31 'Azadi March' which will call "to topple the ruling PTI government".

Mars once had salt lakes similar to Earth: Study
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Mars once had salt lakes similar to Earth: Study

Mars once had salt lakes similar to the ones on Earth and has gone through wet and dry periods, according to a new study.

UK MPs set for 'knife-edge' vote on Johnson's Brexit deal
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UK MPs set for 'knife-edge' vote on Johnson's Brexit deal

For the first time in 37 years, the UK Parliament will on Saturday to participate in what is being deemed as a "knife-edge" vote on Prime Minister's Boris Johnson's latest Brexit deal, a last attempt before the October 31 deadline to leave the European Union (EU).

Trump calls opposition Democrats 'crazy' and 'unpatriotic'
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Trump calls opposition Democrats 'crazy' and 'unpatriotic'

US President Donald Trump has turned the ongoing impeachment inquiry over his dealings with Ukraine into his signature "all-base, all-the-time" political rallying cry, calling opposition Democrats "crazy" and unpatriotic; he is framing the US pullout from Syria as "a great day for civilization" and is stoking cultural stereotypes framing the Middle East as a violent sandbox where its "natural" for them to "play" on blood stained streets.

Hindu candidate Gabbard responds to Clinton's attack
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Hindu candidate Gabbard responds to Clinton's attack

Tulsi Gabbard, the first Hindu to seek the presidential nomination of a major party, has lashed out against a smear campaign by her Democratic Party's leaders and their supportive media.

Clashes erupt during pro-Catalan protest in Barcelona
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Clashes erupt during pro-Catalan protest in Barcelona

Clashes erupted between riot police and over half a million citizens who took to the streets of Barcelona to protest against the hefty prison sentences recently handed out by the Spanish Supreme Court to several leaders of the Catalan independence movement.

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