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Four Iraqi sailors passed after ships collide

An Iraqi vessel sank on Saturday after a collision with another vessel in Iraq’s territorial waters, murdering during slightest 4 sailors, Iraqi state radio reported. Diving support vessel al-Misbar had 21 sailors on board, of that 10 were rescued, a Baghdad-based channel said, citing a matter from a travel ministry. …

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Venezuelan association rejects management of Maduro’s legislative superbody

Venezuela’s opposition-controlled association on Saturday deserted a self-proclaimed law-making management of a new legislative superbody inaugurated final month during a insistence of President Nicolas Maduro. Congress’s stipulation of insurgency followed statements from a organisation of 12 informal nations and a United States on Friday, observant they would continue to courtesy …

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Manhunt continues for Moroccan think in Spain’s twin attacks

Authorities in Spain and France are dire forward with their search for a ostensible ringleader of an Islamic nonconformist dungeon that carried out car attacks in Barcelona and the seaside review of Cambrils, as a review focused on links among a Moroccan members and a residence where they plotted a carnage. Catalan …

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