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Britain Has Record Number of Prison Suicides

The Howard League for Penal Reform reached a “record number” of prison suicides in England and Wales, with a total of 102 deaths under its care. This is the highest number since the institution’s first record in 1978.
Margret Thatcher

How Margret Thatcher Paid Millions to Keep SAS Iran Embassy Siege Secrets

The newly released Home Office file showed how the Iron Lady was made to act to avoid a court case that would threaten to expose the secrets of the SAS and allow soldiers to be sued for doing their duty.

Turkey Threatens to Let Migrant Flood into Europe Resume

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan angrily threatened on Friday to open the floodgates of migrants into Europe again, apparently in response to a move to suspend talks on Turkey’s membership in the European Union.

80 ISIS Elements in Europe Preparing for Attacks: Dutch Expert

There could be 60 to 80 ISIS operatives hidden in Europe, ready to strike when directed, Dutch counter-terrorism coordinator Dick Schoof said recently.
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Turkey Not to Forget 52 Years of European Deception

In a joint press conference with his German counterpart, Turkish Foreign Minister blasted the European Union’s deception in dealing with the issue of Turkey’s accession to the EU.

Iran, France Hold New Round of Political Talks

Ranking diplomats from Iran and France met in Paris for the second round of political negotiations, an initiative agreed on by presidents of the two countries earlier this year.
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Belarussian President Sparks Controversy after Kissing Muslims’ Holy Book

The Orthodox President of Belarus provoked serious criticism after kissing the Holy Quran in a ceremony in Minsk.

JCPOA Endorsed by UNSC, Not to Change: EU’s Mogherini

The European Union’s top diplomat said the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers has been reflected in a UN Security Council resolution and cannot be dismissed by one government, stressing that it is incumbent upon the EU to make sure the accord is fully implemented.

Norwegian Store Displays Syrian Home Replica to Show Horrors of War

A joint initiative has been designed by Red Cross Norway and a furniture giant to bring the reality of the conflict home for shoppers in Oslo.

Iran Proposes Nuclear Energy Cooperation with Hungary

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani proposed that Iran and Hungary cooperate in peaceful employment of nuclear energy.

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