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French Left Stages Street Showdown Over Macron Reforms

Protestors march during a protest over the government’s labour reforms in Paris on September 23, 2017. The third in a series of nationwide protests comes a day after French President signed his signature reforms into law using a fast-tracked procedure …

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Iran Unveils Khoramshahr Ballistic Missile

An Iranian Russian-made s-300 missile is displayed during the annual military parade marking the anniversary of the outbreak of its devastating 1980-1988 war with Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, on September 22,2017 in Tehran. str / afp Iran President Hassan Rouhani vowed …

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The Pitfalls Of Catalonia’s Independence Referendum

Catalan authorities are racing to stage an independence referendum slated for October 1 which Spain’s central government has vowed to stop. The following are the key pitfalls of the planned plebiscite: Electoral authority According to the Venice Commission — a …

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London Train Attack: Trump’s Tweet Angers Britain

President Donald Trump sparked fury, in London and yet another pointed rebuke from Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday after he claimed that “loser terrorists” were behind a botched train attack were known to British police. Trump took to Twitter …

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