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  • IAEA Says Iran Implementing Its Nuclear Deal Commitments

    29 October 2017 3:39 PM 12

    According to Iran government's website, President Hassan Rouhani told the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency that Iran wanted to "cooperate with the IAEA long term". Tehran: The head of the United Nations atomic agency on Sunday said Iran was carrying out its commitments made under a landmark nuclear deal with world powers. "As of today

  • Thousands protest against independence

    29 October 2017 3:03 PM 18

    Tens of thousands of Catalans against secession have protested in Barcelona for the second time in a month against plans to break up from Madrid, while one of Spain's EU partners floated the idea of political asylum for separatist leaders. Three weeks ago, another anti-independence SCC march attracted 350,000 people, according to police estimates. But secessionists

  • Catalonia: Thousands march in Barcelona calling for Spanish unity

    29 October 2017 12:34 PM 14

    Tens of thousands of people who want Catalonia to remain part of Spain have rallied in downtown Barcelona, two days after a separatist majority in Catalonia's parliament voted for the wealthy region to secede. Organisers said the goal of the march was to defend Spain's unity and reject "an unprecedented attack in the history of democracy". Leaders of rival

  • Dozens killed in suicide bomb attack, night-long siege in Somalia

    29 October 2017 11:32 AM 52

    DOZENS have died after extremists bombed a hotel and hurled grenades in a siege in Somalia, weeks after the country’s worst-ever attack. The siege, which came less than two weeks after Somalia’s worst-ever attack, killed 23 people and wounded more than 30.. Troops regained control of the Nasa-Hablod hotel on Sunday morning, having killed three attackers

  • Fiji security guards headed for Manus as tensions mount over centre's closure

    29 October 2017 10:49 AM 38

    Fiji's minister for employment Jone Usamate met in the capital Suva with 42 men hired by the PNG branch of Paladin Solutions before their expected departure next week, once their visas are approved. PNG's police commissioner Gari Baki has warned that the safety of refugees and workers at the Australian-run regional processing centre "is not to be taken

  • Mogadishu blasts: Car bombs kill at least 23 in Somali capital

    29 October 2017 2:50 AM 24

    Two car bombs have killed at least 23 people in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, police say, and Islamist group Al Shabaab has claimed responsibility. A suicide car bomb was rammed into a hotel, Nasahablod Two, about 600 metres from the presidential palace, and then armed militants stormed the building, police said. A few minutes later a car bomb exploded

  • Sacked Catalan president Carles Puigdemont calls for opposition to Madrid

    28 October 2017 10:11 PM 13

    Madrid: Sacked Catalan president Carles Puigdemont is calling for "democratic opposition" to Madrid's takeover of the region following its declaration of independence. "It's very clear that the best form of defending the gains made up until now is democratic opposition to article 155," Puigdemont said in a brief statement on Saturday. Spain has taken

  • JFK assassination: files reveal CIA shied from Moscow link

    28 October 2017 10:11 PM 18

    Connections between JFK’s assassin and the Kremlin caused panic, according to declassified documents On October 1, 1963, a former American marine who had lived in Russia picked up a telephone in Mexico City and called the Soviet embassy. In “broken Russian” he asked a guard whether there was “anything new concerning the telegram to Washington”. We know this because

  • Trump Unworried About What Former Aides Will Tell Mueller, Lawyer Says

    28 October 2017 10:05 PM 36

    “He likes and respects Mr. Manafort and appreciates the work he did for him during the three months he was with the campaign. He likes General Flynn personally, but understands that they have their own path with the special counsel,” Mr. Cobb said. "I think he would be sad for them, as a friend and a former colleague, if the process results in punishment

  • Catalonia: Ousted Catalan leader calls for peaceful protest against Spain's takeover

    28 October 2017 4:03 PM 12

    The sacked Catalan president has called for a "democratic opposition" to Spain's formal takeover of the region, in a veiled refusal to accept his Cabinet's dismissal in the wake of Catalonia's declaration of independence. Madrid took formal direct control of Catalonia on Saturday, dismissing the region's defiant separatist government, including leader