India hosts first-ever military drills with 17 African nations

Troops from 17 African nations have gathered in Pune, India, for ten days of military drills with the Indian Army, aimed at boosting ties between the South Asian powerhouse and emerging economies in the resource-rich continent. Read Full …

Preview Troops from 17 African nations have gathered in Pune, India, for ten days of military drills with the Indian Army, aimed at boosting ties between the South Asian powerhouse and emerging economies in the resource-rich continent.
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US hits Venezuela with new sanctions on state-run mining company

The US has imposed new sanctions on Venezuela’s state-run mining company Minerven and Adrian Antonio Perdomo Mata, who heads the company, according to a statement posted by the US Treasury Department. Read Full Article at RT.com

Preview The US has imposed new sanctions on Venezuela’s state-run mining company Minerven and Adrian Antonio Perdomo Mata, who heads the company, according to a statement posted by the US Treasury Department.
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Merkel ‘not aware of 17th century rules’ stopping new Brexit vote as Germany begs ‘please, deliver’

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is having a hard time keeping up with news on Brexit, joking that the process is hard to follow, especially if you’re not clued in on British parliamentary procedure rules “from the 17th century.” Read Full…

Preview German Chancellor Angela Merkel is having a hard time keeping up with news on Brexit, joking that the process is hard to follow, especially if you’re not clued in on British parliamentary procedure rules “from the 17th century.”
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Pay-for-praise is the latest craze sweeping across Chinese social media

Compliment-centric, pay-for-praise chat groups are the latest craze to sweep Chinese social media as exhausted students seek reassurance from random strangers online – for a small fee, of course. Read Full Article at RT.com

Preview Compliment-centric, pay-for-praise chat groups are the latest craze to sweep Chinese social media as exhausted students seek reassurance from random strangers online – for a small fee, of course.
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Goths of China UNITE to fight subway discrimination with selfies of DARKNESS

Subway security unleashed the fury of China’s goths after forcing a young woman to remove her makeup, provoking an online backlash for which metro authorities were no match.

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Preview Subway security unleashed the fury of China’s goths after forcing a young woman to remove her makeup, provoking an online backlash for which metro authorities were no match.
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May seeks Brexit delay after third vote on her deal is stymied

Prime Minister Theresa May will ask the European Union to delay Brexit by at least three months after her plans for another vote on her twice-defeated divorce deal were thrown into crisis by a surprise intervention by the speaker of parliament.

Prime Minister Theresa May will ask the European Union to delay Brexit by at least three months after her plans for another vote on her twice-defeated divorce deal were thrown into crisis by a surprise intervention by the speaker of parliament.

Cardinal Barbarin says Pope has refused his offer to resign

Philippe Barbarin, the French Roman Catholic cardinal convicted this month of failing to report sexual abuse allegations, said on Tuesday that Pope Francis had turned down his offer to resign.

Philippe Barbarin, the French Roman Catholic cardinal convicted this month of failing to report sexual abuse allegations, said on Tuesday that Pope Francis had turned down his offer to resign.