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Sudan protest group says attempt to break up sit-in outside defence ministry is under way
15/04/2019 09:31, KHARTOUM/Sudan
(TAP) - Sudan's main protest group said an attempt was under way on Monday to break up a sit-in outside the defence ministry compound in the...
Danish police arrest 23 after unrest in Copenhagen
15/04/2019 09:30, COPENHAGEN/Denmark
(TAP) - Twenty-three people were arrested in connection with riots in Copenhagen, Danish police said on Monday, as counter-protests against a...
Iran says recent floods caused up to $2.5 bln in damage
14/04/2019 14:33, LONDON /United Kingdom
(TAP) - Floods caused by heavy rain across Iran in recent weeks have caused an estimated $2.5 billion in damage to roads, bridges, homes and...
Egypt's Sisi meets Libyan commander Haftar in Cairo - presidency spokesman
14/04/2019 14:32, CAIRO/Egypt
(TAP) - Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi met Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar in Cairo on Sunday to discuss developments in Libya, Sisi's...
Finnish voters may pave way for first leftist premier in two decades
14/04/2019 14:31, HELSINKI/Finland
(TAP) - Finland may usher in its first leftist prime minister in two decades in a parliamentary election on Sunday, as voters fret over the future...
Sudanese protesters await military's response on transition demands
14/04/2019 14:29, KHARTOUM/Sudan
(TAP) - Several thousand Sudanese protesters continued a sit-in outside the Defence Ministry on Sunday as they pressured the military to accelerate...
Brexit cannot define us, says UK PM's deputy as ratings dip
14/04/2019 14:26, LONDON/United Kingdom
(TAP) - Britain's ruling Conservative Party cannot let itself be defined solely by Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May's de facto deputy said on...
 
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