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Ecuador violence: Protesters agree to talks with government

The UN says representatives of Ecuador's government and the country's indigenous groups will hold their first direct talks later on Sunday in a bid...

US heaps pressure on Turkey to halt attacks on Syrian Kurdish held-areas

Pressure is building up in the US to stop Turkey continuing its offensive against Kurdish-held areas in Syria.   Defence Secretary Mark Esper warned of "serious...

Trump donors face charges on violation of Campaign funds

Two Trump donors, Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman, have been charged with violations of campaign finance laws. According to NewYork Prosecutors, Businessmen Parnas and Fruman conspired...

Thousands flee as Turkey intensifies attack on Kurdish held Areas

Tens of thousands of people have fled their homes in northern Syria, as Turkish forces step up their cross-border offensive on Kurdish-held areas. Turkish troops...

UK , Irish leaders set for further Brexit talks

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar will meet for talks later to discuss the UK's Brexit proposals.   Downing Street said the...

Us did not approve Turkey offensive says Mike

The US did not give Turkey a "green light" for its offensive in northern Syria, the US secretary of state says.   Mike Pompeo defended President...

Ecuador protesters storm parliament as unrest worsens

President Lenin Moreno has imposed a night curfew near government buildings after protesters clashed with security forces inside Ecuador's heavily guarded parliament.   Demonstrators briefly burst...

White House ‘will not co-operate with impeachment inquiry’

The White House has officially refused to co-operate with the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.   A letter sent to Democratic leaders rejected it as...

Selfie claims four lives in India reservoir

A newly married woman and three of her family have drowned in a reservoir after trying to take a selfie. According to the southern Indian...

Judge dismisses move to compel UK Prime Minister to avoid No-Deal Brexit

A Scottish judge has dismissed a move to force UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson to comply with a law aimed at avoiding a no-deal...
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