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  • Natural gas finds pushing U.S. allies towards open confrontation – WSJ

    Competition for natural gas in the Eastern Mediterranean is pushing U.S. partners and allies towards open confrontation, the Wall Street Journal reported. A developing alliance between Israel,

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  • A suicide bomber blew himself up at the Lul Yameni restaurant in Mogadishu

    Photo/Somali Times The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a restaurant called Luul Yemeni, one of the country’s most popular restaurants. Preliminary reports says the blast was

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  • Villa Somalia organised corrupted 50 MPs announce that they are working to hold for ‘one-person-one-vote’ election

    Photo/Somali Times The lawmakers, who were about 50, said they stood up to save the country, which is currently in a state of crisis. The members of the cabinet, who were disqualified, said in a

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  • British woman in Malaysia court for trial in husband’s death

    British woman Samantha Jones, left, is escorted by police as she arrive at Alor Setar’s courthouse, Kedah state, Malaysia, Monday, Aug. 3, 2020. Jones, 51, accused of stabbing her husband

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  • Famajo sold the Fisheries to China. Now planning to sell the oil.

    Photo/Somali Times China getting fishing rights in the fragile state of Somalia has been of grave concern especially with regards to the plight of local fishermen and stocks but the fisheries

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Natural gas finds pushing U.S. allies towards open confrontation – WSJ

Competition for natural gas in the Eastern Mediterranean is pushing U.S. partners and allies towards open confrontation, the Wall Street Journal reported. A developing alliance between Israel,

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163 Pakistanis seized in raid targeting illegal foreigners

Police in Mombasa County has arrested 163 Pakistanis living in the country illegally in week-long operation. Coast Regional Police Commander Noah Mwivanda said the Pakistanis were found with fake

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Libya’s Haftar sued in US for alleged war crimes

Lawsuit filed in federal court seeks $1 billion in damages for families Six Libyan families sued Libyan renegade commander Khalifa Haftar and the United Arab Emirates government in a federal U.S.

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EU summit breaks up after all-night talks, to resume later

from left, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Austria’s Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin, Sweden’s Prime Minister Stefan Lofven and Denmark’s

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