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Liberian stampede kills 29 people

A stampede at a Christian prayer gathering in Liberia’s capital Monrovia has killed at least 29 people, police said on Thursday, adding that the death toll may rise. The disaster occurred on Wednesday night or during the early hours of Thursday morning, according to media in the West African country. …

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Baghdad says almost 4,000 repatriated from Belarus borders

Iraq has repatriated almost 4,000 of its citizens stuck on the Belarus borders with European Union members Poland, Lithuania, and Latvia in recent weeks, Iraq’s foreign minister said Sunday. Since November 18, the Iraqi government has organized “10 flights from Baghdad to Belarus” to repatriate its citizens, Fuad Hussein told …

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US will act ‘decisively’ if Russia deploys military to Cuba or Venezuela – White House

The American authorities would act “decisively” if Russia deployed its military to Latin America, the White House said on Thursday, following suggestions that Moscow could station some of its troops in Venezuela or Cuba. United States National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan called the idea “bluster in the public commentary” and …

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IED attack targets the US-led Coalition convoy in Iraq

An explosive device blew up targeting the Global Coalition in Babel Governorate. A security source said that the explosion occurred on Wednesday targeting a convoy carrying logistical support equipment for the US-led Coalition while passing on the borders of Babel. No causality was reported. There was no claim of responsibility. …

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