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Frank-Walter Steinmeier elected as new German president
German Federal Assembly on Sunday elected former foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier as president, succeeding Joachim Gauck.
Lawyer rules out Russia's possible extradition of Snowden to U.S.
It has been reported that Russia is considering sending Edward Snowden back to the United States as a "gift" to U.S. President Donald Trump, but Snowden's lawyer in Moscow on Saturday denied those reports, calling them "speculations."
DPRK test-fires ballistic missile into eastern waters
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) fired what is believed to be a ballistic missile into its eastern waters early Sunday, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) said.
Sudan ruling party accuses rebel movement of committing massacre in South Kordofan
Sudan's ruling National Congress Party (NCP) on Saturday accused the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM)/northern sector of committing a massacre at an area in South Kordofan which resulted in killing of seven herdsmen.
22 train cars plunge into river after derailment in California
A freight train has derailed in the U.S. state of California, sending 22 train cars into a swollen river. No one was injured in the accident.
China's honored country role for Greek top trade fair hailed
Chinese and Greek officials hailed on Saturday China's expected contribution to local and regional economy as China officially assumed the honored country role of the 2017 Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF).
Hundreds of undocumented immigrants arrested in at least 6 U.S. states
Hundreds of undocumented immigrants from a dozen Latin American countries have been arrested in at least six U.S. states this week, following President Donald Trump's executive order to broaden the scope of immigration enforcement targets.
U.S. President Trump seeks to promote "fair" trade with Japan

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday that his country will seek to promote a "fair and reciprocal" trade relationship with Japan.

President Trump lauds "very, very good" conversation with Chinese President Xi
U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday lauded the "very, very good conversation" he had with Chinese President Xi Jinping Thursday night.
Chinese Lantern Festival celebrated in Istanbul university

Some Turkish students from Bogazici University in Istanbul on Friday celebrated the Chinese Lantern Festival by involving themselves in traditional recreations as lion dance, making rice dumplings, cracking lantern riddles and performing tea ceremony.

Chinese snuggly integrating into South African ecosystem
When one works with people, they should make an effort to learn their language, said Chinese businessman Chang Li. Li, of Laudium in the West of Pretoria, who arrived in South Africa about 10 years ago when he was just 19 to help his brother run his business, practises what he preaches.
U.S. appellate court rules against president's travel ban
The motions panel of a U.S. federal appellate court ruled Thursday against reinstating the travel ban in a presidential executive order.
British defense secretary dismisses need for second Scotland referendum
British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon on Thursday said there was no need for a second independence referendum in Scotland.
EU to hold European Year of Cultural Heritage in 2018
Representatives for member states of the European Union (EU) and the European Parliament reached a provisional agreement on Thursday to establish a European Year of Cultural Heritage in 2018.
Putin expresses condolences over Turkish soldiers' death in Russian strike
Russian President Vladimir Putin expressed condolences Thursday to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan after Russian jets accidentally killed three Turkish soldiers in Syria. Russian jet mistakenly kills 3 Turkish soldiers in Syria
Russian jet mistakenly kills 3 Turkish soldiers in Syria
A Russian airstrike mistakenly killed three Turkish soldiers and injured 11 in Syria's al-Bab town, the Turkish Armed Forces said in a statement on Thursday.
Explosion at nuclear plant injures five, no risk of radioactive leak: report
Five people have been injured on Thursday in an explosion at a nuclear plan in Flamanville, western France, with no potential risk of a radioactive leak, local media reported citing regional authorities.
British lawmakers back Brexit bill to trigger Article 50
The parliamentary bill empowering the British government to begin the formal process of leaving the European Union completed its passage Wednesday night in the House of Commons.
China backs EU in fighting trade protectionism
The Chinese government has aligned itself with the European Union's Trade Commissioner, who is warning that no one will emerge the winner should the world descend into a trade war.
Somalia enhances security, imposes flights ban ahead of presidential polls
Somali government on Tuesday announced a ban on flights arriving and departing from Mogadishu airport and also beefed up security ahead of the Wednesday presidential elections.
Thailand to extend visa incentives to attract more tourists
Thailand's cabinet on Tuesday agreed to extend its original three-month long visa fee cutting incentives for another six months to August to attract more tourists.
Israel's legalization of settlement in West Bank outrages Palestinians
The Israeli parliament's vote to legalize settlement posts in the West Bank outraged the Palestinians on Tuesday, who warned that the vote would bring a global wrath against Israel.
Sarkozy to stand trial over alleged political finances offenses: report
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy will face trial over allegations of false accounting during his 2012 election campaign that allowed him to exceed spending limits, local media reported on Tuesday.
Death toll of suicide attack at Afghan Supreme Court rises to 20
At least 20 people have been confirmed death and 41 others injured as a suicide bomber blew himself up next to the gate of the Afghan Supreme Court on Tuesday, local media reported.
Britain's May meets Israeli PM in London
British Prime Minister Theresa May was hosting a meeting at 10 Downing Street Monday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The two have never previously had a face-to-face meeting.
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