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South Korea demands Japan change hotel for athletes over book row
South Korea is demanding a change of hotels for its athletes going to Japan for the 8th Asian Winter Games in Sapporo.
Airstrike kills IS commander in eastern Afghan province
Air raid against Islamic State (IS) group killed a notorious commander of the armed militants in the eastern Nangarhar province on Wednesday, spokesman for provincial government Attaullah Khogiani said.
Iran says missile test "inalienable right" for deterrent purposes
The Islamic republic on Wednesday confirmed the recent ballistic missile test and the officials unanimously called the test "inalienable right" of the country to boost deterrent power.
Israeli settlers prepare for eviction from West Bank outpost
Several hundreds of Israeli settlers have prepared for eviction from the West Bank outpost of Amona after the Supreme Court ruled it was built illegally on privately-owned Palestinian land.
New Zealand's new leader sets date for Election
New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English has announced an election for September 23.
Ex-UN chief vows not to run for presidency in S.Korea
Former UN chief Ban Ki-moon on Wednesday vowed not to run for presidency in South Korea.
Trump picks Neil Gorsuch as nominee for U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. President Donald Trump announced Tuesday night he has nominated judge Neil Gorsuch as the new justice for the Supreme Court, which has been evenly divided between Democratic appointees and Republican ones since Justice Antonin Scalia died last February.
UN chief criticizes harsh US immigration measures
A spokesman for the secretary-general of the United Nations says the world body chief is concerned by the decisions of U.S. President Donald Trump on immigration and refugees.
Iran, France sign 5 memos on economic cooperation
Iran and Francen has signed five memoranda of understanding on expanding economic cooperation as French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault visits Iran.
Iran not to issue visa for U.S. citizens: Foreign Minister
Iran has decided to stopped granting visas to U.S. citizens in response to Washington's recent travel ban against citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries.
Search continues for the missing in boat accident in Malaysia
Search efforts continue on Tuesday for the missing in the boat accident off Malaysia's Sabah state on North Borneo. Director general of Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency, said the operations would cover 3,000 square nautical miles with planes and ships of his agency as well as Malaysian navy and air force.
Trump sacks acting attorney general for refusing to enforce immigration order
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday night fired acting Attorney General Sally Yates, hours after she ordered the Justice Department not to defend his temporary ban on refugee and immigration that sparked nationwide protests and worldwide criticism.
Former U.S. President Bush discharged from hospital
Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush was discharged from hospital on Monday after recovering from pneumonia. Bush, 92, was discharged from Houston Methodist Hospital after being treated for pneumonia for more than two weeks, his family spokesman Jim McGrath said in a statement.
US, S.Korea defense chiefs reaffirm THAAD deployment
Defense chiefs of South Korea and the United States on Tuesday reaffirmed the bilateral agreement to deploy the U.S. missile shield, called Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD), in South Korean soil.
Germany slams U.S. travel ban
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is slamming the U.S. decision to ban entry of citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries as anti-Muslim bias.
Japan Embassy falls silent on alleged "paid propaganda" against China
The Japanese Embassy to Britain remained silent one day after a detailed media report said that it had been paying a British think tank to propagate against China.
Heavy casualties reported as fighting resumes in Eastern Ukraine
Fighting between government troops and independence-seeking insurgents flared up with a new vigour in eastern Ukraine, killing at least 10 people.
Moscow, Washington could closely cooperate on combatting terrorism: Russian FM
Russia and the new U.S. administration have broad prospects for cooperation, primarily regarding anti-terrorism, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Monday.
EU at odds with Trump administration over "Muslim ban"
The EU on Monday dismissed the executive order by U.S. President Donald Trump banning entry of citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries.
Malaysian police arrest owner, crew members of missing boat
The owner and two crew members of the boat carrying Chinese tourists that went missing off Malaysia's Sabah state were arrested to facilitate investigation, police said Monday.
6 killed, 8 injured in Canadian mosque shooting
Six people have been killed and 8 others wounded in a shooting at the Islamic Cultural Center in Quebec City in Canada.
16 U.S. state attorneys general call Trump's refugee ban "unlawful"
Attorneys general from 15 U.S. states and the District of Columbia condemned President Donald Trump's executive order temporarily barring refugees and seven Muslim-majority countries' citizens from entry into the United States, calling it "unconstitutional, un-American and unlawful."
Trump's refugee ban sparks protests before White House, at over 30 U.S. airports
Thousands of protesters rallied in front of the White House on Sunday while demonstrations continued across more than 30 American airports after U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order temporarily barring all refugees and seven Mideast and North African countries' citizens from entry into the U.S..
Former European Parliament president nominated to challenge Merkel for German chancellorship
Former European Parliament president Martin Schulz has been nominated as his party's canidate to run for German chancellery in the coming national election in September.
U.S. judge issues emergency partial stay on Trump's "Muslim ban"
A U.S. federal judge issued an emergency stay on Saturday that bars the U.S. government from deporting valid-visa holders detained upon arrival in the country under an executive order of President Donald Trump.
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