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Saudi Aramco's IPO, the world's largest ever, is 'on track' for 2018, CEO Amin Nasser says

Saudi Aramco CEO Amin Nasser on Sunday denied reports that the oil giant's IPO will be delayed.

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Britain's Johnson says absolutely no doubt Iran nuclear deal will be preserved

LONDON (Reuters) - There is absolutely no doubt that a deal between Western powers and Iran to curb its nuclear program will survive despite the United States' decision not to recertify the deal, Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson said on Monday.

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Islamic State killed at least 128 people in Syrian town, says monitor

BEIRUT (Reuters) - The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Monday that Islamic State killed at least 128 people in a Syrian town in central Homs over a three-week period before the Syrian army recaptured it on Saturday.

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For all its talk, Silicon Valley is terrible at recruiting African Americans. Here’s why

A new report reveals that African Americans have stagnated in making inroads to job equality in the tech industry

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Univision host Francisca Lachapel’s zipper BURSTS on live TV in embarrassing wardrobe malfunction, leaving her bra exposed

A CHEEKY TV host was left red-faced when her zipper burst during a comedy skit live on air. Despierta America co-host Francsica Lachapel was dressed as a superhero during the sketch and was pretending to run when disaster struck. The 28-yearold, who appea

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Kosovo: runoffs for most mayors, governing parties lead

Early results show Kosovo's governing coalition parties leading in municipal elections but runoffs will still be needed to decide most of the winners.

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Idiots swim INSIDE crocodile trap baited with pig carcasses in infested Australian waters

A GROUP of men are lucky to be alive after swimming inside a crocodile trap in a river infested with the savage predators. The four grinning morons were pictured inside the trap – which is baited with pig carcasses – in a marina in Port Doug

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Greece in race to finish bailout review as exit nears

Bailout negotiators are returning to Greece to try and reach a deal by the end of the year on the terms for the next loan payout, as the debt-plagued country prepares to end eight years of rescue funding programs next summer.

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Russia's Lavrov says Russia committed to Iraq territorial integrity: RIA

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said at a meeting with his Iraqi counterpart that Moscow is committed to Iraq's territorial integrity, RIA news agency reported on Monday.

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Italy's northern regions back greater autonomy

Voters overwhelmingly demand more regional control over tax revenues and immigration from central government.

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Ports, Pipelines, and Geopolitics: China’s New Silk Road Is a Challenge for Washington

China's Belt and Road Initiative stands to boost Beijing's geopolitical clout as the U.S. retreats from its global leadership role

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French President Emmanuel Macron’s dog Nemo caught WEEING on Elysee palace fireplace

HILARIOUS footage shows Emmanuel Macron left cringing after his dog Nemo goes for a wee during a ministerial meeting at the Elysée palace The adorable black Labrador-Griffon was filmed peeing on a fireplace at the palace as the 39-year-old talked with

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Marawi in ruins after battle against pro-ISIL fighters

The centre of the picturesque lakeside town was heavily damaged in a campaign of shelling and aerial bombing.

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Colombian bodybuilder Rodolfo Torres Rojas, 31, dies of organ failure after tearing his tricep and contracting sepsis in freak training accident

A BODYBUILDER who moved to Russia to improve his training died in agony after a freak training accident. Colombian-born world title hopeful Rodolfo Torres Rojas moved to the city of Perm and married a Russian woman he met online. But the 31-year-old muscl

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Afghan officials: Taliban kill 4 police; rockets hit Kabul

An Afghan official says a Taliban attack has killed four policemen in southern Ghazni province.

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Philippines Declares Marawi Clear of Militants

The Philippines government said it had broken the final stand of Islamic State-linked militants in the southern city of Marawi, killing all remaining combatants exactly five months after the bloody battle began.

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Pro-independence Catalan party calls for civil disobedience

A far-left pro-independence party in Catalonia is calling for "mass civil disobedience" in the region following the Spanish government's unprecedented move to trigger a section of the constitution allowing the central government to intervene in the runnin

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65 bodies of civilians found in Syrian town taken from IS

Syrian activists are reporting that at least 65 bodies of civilians have been found in a central town retaken by government forces from the Islamic State group.

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Over 40 bodies of Islamist militants recovered as Philippine forces wrap up Marawi battle

"There are no more militants in Marawi City," Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said while announcing the end to combat operations in the city.

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Restaurant wins praise for act of kindness to help the homeless  

A Manchester restaurant has been praised after launching a project to give all of its leftover food at the end of each day to the north-west city’s homeless.

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Refugees refuse to leave Australia-run centre

The Papua New Guinea Supreme Court ruled in 2016 that the Manus centre was illegal and ordered its closure.

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UN, AU appeal for peace ahead of tense Kenya vote

The United Nations and the African Union are appealing for peace as tensions build in Kenya, where the main opposition group says it will boycott a planned presidential election on Thursday.

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French authorities get Corsica wildfires under control

French authorities say firefighters have mostly contained wildfires that spread across the Mediterranean island of Corsica over the weekend.

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