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Iran dismisses U.S. claim it was behind Saudi oil attacks, says ready for war

Sun, Sep. 15, 2019

Iran dismissed accusations by the United States that it was behind attacks on Saudi oil plants.

Brexit minister Barclay says UK making progress on exit deal, but significant work remains

Sun, Sep. 15, 2019

Britain is making progress towards a Brexit deal but significant work remains to be done, Brexit minister Stephen Barclay told Sky News on Sunday.

London Fashion Week opens its doors with public catwalk shows

Sun, Sep. 15, 2019

South African accountant Shaista Hamdulay never imagined she would one day mingle with fashionistas at London Fashion Week.

Bayeux-inspired 'Game of Thrones' tapestry unveiled in France

Sun, Sep. 15, 2019

The French town of Bayeux has been home for nearly a millennium to a tapestry depicting a bloody battle for power.

U.S. blames Iran for Saudi attacks, 'pretend' diplomacy

Sun, Sep. 15, 2019

Pompeo said on Twitter that there was no evidence the attacks came from Yemen.

Tunisians prepare for the polls as unpredictable election looms

Sat, Sep. 14, 2019

Tunisia’s presidential election on Sunday is the most unpredictable in its short experience of democracy, a contest with no overwhelming front-runner at a time of economic angst.

Thousands march in Algeria, say no election before elite quits

Sat, Sep. 14, 2019

Tens of thousands of Algerians marched to demand that the rest of the ruling elite follow former president Bouteflika in quitting power before any new election.

Ukraine wheat export memorandum with traders to be signed soon: minister

Sat, Sep. 14, 2019

Ukraine will soon sign its annual wheat export memorandum with traders, the new Minister of Economy, Trade and Agriculture Tymofiy Mylovanov told Reuters.