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The Hindu
Defiant Iran test-fires missilethe issue. State-run Press TV broadcast a footage of the launch of the Khorams
The Hindu / Posted an hour ago
the issue. State-run Press TV broadcast a footage of the launch of the Khoramshahr missile, which was first displayed at a high-profile military parade on Friday with President Hassan Rouhani and senior military officials in attendance. The... Read more
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Greenwich Time
A showdown - then a sitdown about shariaFERRIS, Texas - The two men drove to an isolated parking lot off Highway 45, a
Greenwich Time / Posted 2 hours ago
FERRIS, Texas - The two men drove to an isolated parking lot off Highway 45, a midway spot between their adversarial existences, to try to settle their differences. "Meet me at the Dairy Queen," David Wright, 44, had suggested. Ali Ghouri, 29,... Read more
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The News-Times
A showdown - then a sitdown about shariaFERRIS, Texas - The two men drove to an isolated parking lot off Highway 45, a
The News-Times / Posted 2 hours ago
FERRIS, Texas - The two men drove to an isolated parking lot off Highway 45, a midway spot between their adversarial existences, to try to settle their differences. "Meet me at the Dairy Queen," David Wright, 44, had suggested. Ali Ghouri, 29,... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A showdown - then a sitdown about shariaFERRIS, Texas - The two men drove to an isolated parking lot off Highway 45, a
Stamford Advocate / Posted 3 hours ago
FERRIS, Texas - The two men drove to an isolated parking lot off Highway 45, a midway spot between their adversarial existences, to try to settle their differences. "Meet me at the Dairy Queen," David Wright, 44, had suggested. Ali Ghouri, 29,... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A showdown - then a sitdown about shariaFERRIS, Texas - The two men drove to an isolated parking lot off Highway 45, a
Connecticut Post / Posted 3 hours ago
FERRIS, Texas - The two men drove to an isolated parking lot off Highway 45, a midway spot between their adversarial existences, to try to settle their differences. "Meet me at the Dairy Queen," David Wright, 44, had suggested. Ali Ghouri, 29,... Read more
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dna
India calls Pak a land of 'pure terror' in UN after Abbasi's speechsince the launch of the US war on terror and the call for a priority on elimina
dna / Posted 5 hours ago
since the launch of the US war on terror and the call for a priority on eliminating extremists, including from the militant Islamic State (IS) group and al Qaeda in Afghanistan, Gambhir responded that Pakistan was legitimising leaders such as Hafiz... Read more
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DW
Iraqi Kurds vow to press ahead with independence vote despite pressure |is among those issuing stern warnings to the Kurds. US State Department spokesw
DW / Posted 21 hours ago
is among those issuing stern warnings to the Kurds. US State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said the price would be high "for all Iraqis, including Kurds." She said the US is urging the Kurds to "accept the alternative" — talks between the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Iraq Kurd head resists pressure to scrap independence voteinternational pressure, including from neighbouring Iran and Turkey, to call of
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 21 hours ago
international pressure, including from neighbouring Iran and Turkey, to call off the referendum that the UN Security Council has warned was potentially destabilising. "The referendum is no longer in my hands, nor is it in those of the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Terror in our midst: How NSW and Victoria have jailed convicted terroristsof his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and deter
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
of his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and determined to avoid being caught again. Think Islamic State barbarian Khaled Sharrouf, who posted photos on social media of his son holding the severed head of an... Read more
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Western Advocate
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and deter
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
of his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and determined to avoid being caught again. Think Islamic State barbarian Khaled Sharrouf, who posted photos on social media of his son holding the severed head of an... Read more
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Kiama Independent
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and deter
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
of his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and determined to avoid being caught again. Think Islamic State barbarian Khaled Sharrouf, who posted photos on social media of his son holding the severed head of an... Read more
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Manning River Times
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and deter
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
of his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and determined to avoid being caught again. Think Islamic State barbarian Khaled Sharrouf, who posted photos on social media of his son holding the severed head of an... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and deter
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
of his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and determined to avoid being caught again. Think Islamic State barbarian Khaled Sharrouf, who posted photos on social media of his son holding the severed head of an... Read more
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Canberra Times
NSW to move away from hard-line approach to jailed extremists, but will not adopt Victorian model least three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
least three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are suspected to have since died fighting for Islamic State, and terror attackers overseas, including those involved in the Charlie Hebdo killings, were previously jailed... Read more
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The North West Star
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and deter
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
of his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and determined to avoid being caught again. Think Islamic State barbarian Khaled Sharrouf, who posted photos on social media of his son holding the severed head of an... Read more
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Daily Liberal
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and deter
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
of his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and determined to avoid being caught again. Think Islamic State barbarian Khaled Sharrouf, who posted photos on social media of his son holding the severed head of an... Read more
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The Border Mail
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsThe Olearia Unit at Barwon Prison is the highest security unit in Victoria, and
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
The Olearia Unit at Barwon Prison is the highest security unit in Victoria, and opened last year. This is where the worst inmates in the state are housed, and where authorities will put extremists if the risk to other inmates is deemed too great.... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and deter
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
of his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and determined to avoid being caught again. Think Islamic State barbarian Khaled Sharrouf, who posted photos on social media of his son holding the severed head of an... Read more
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The Courier
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and deter
The Courier / Posted yesterday
of his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and determined to avoid being caught again. Think Islamic State barbarian Khaled Sharrouf, who posted photos on social media of his son holding the severed head of an... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and deter
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
of his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and determined to avoid being caught again. Think Islamic State barbarian Khaled Sharrouf, who posted photos on social media of his son holding the severed head of an... Read more
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The Young Witness
States of imprisonment: handling convicted terroristsof his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and deter
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
of his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and determined to avoid being caught again. Think Islamic State barbarian Khaled Sharrouf, who posted photos on social media of his son holding the severed head of an... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Terror in our midst: How NSW and Victoria have jailed convicted terroristsof his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and deter
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
of his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and determined to avoid being caught again. Think Islamic State barbarian Khaled Sharrouf, who posted photos on social media of his son holding the severed head of an... Read more
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The Age
Terror in our midst: How NSW and Victoria have jailed convicted terroristsof his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and deter
The Age / Posted yesterday
of his cell is pushed open, he is unleashed on the world, unrepentant and determined to avoid being caught again. Think Islamic State barbarian Khaled Sharrouf, who posted photos on social media of his son holding the severed head of an... Read more
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CTV News
Jordan's young crown prince makes global debut in UN speechprospect for Western and Arab allies who view the stability of the kingdom, a f
CTV News / Posted yesterday
prospect for Western and Arab allies who view the stability of the kingdom, a front-line state in the battle against Islamic extremism, as a key concern. The prince is also seen as a domestic asset for the monarchy at a time of sharp... Read more
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Daily Mail
'Mysterious three-eyes' captured on film in Finnish woodsanimal in their lens or if their bizarre photograph is some kind of unusual ref
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
animal in their lens or if their bizarre photograph is some kind of unusual reflection. The duo were testing new high-tech camera equipment and left their device overnight pointing in the direction of woodland in the hope of capturing... Read more
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The Courier
NSW to move away from hard-line approach to jailed extremists, but will not adopt Victorian modelleast three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are
The Courier / Posted yesterday
least three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are suspected to have since died fighting for Islamic State, and terror attackers overseas, including those involved in the Charlie Hebdo killings, were previously jailed... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
First look at new 800-pupil boys schoolTHESE artist impressions give the first glimpse of how a new Islamic boys schoo
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted yesterday
THESE artist impressions give the first glimpse of how a new Islamic boys school could look. The Tauheedul Education Trust has lodged a planning application with Blackburn with Darwen Council for an 800-pupil free school in Sumner Street,... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW to move away from hard-line approach to jailed extremists, but will not adopt Victorian modelleast three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
least three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are suspected to have since died fighting for Islamic State, and terror attackers overseas, including those involved in the Charlie Hebdo killings, were previously jailed... Read more
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The Young Witness
NSW to move away from hard-line approach to jailed extremists, but will not adopt Victorian modelleast three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
least three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are suspected to have since died fighting for Islamic State, and terror attackers overseas, including those involved in the Charlie Hebdo killings, were previously jailed... Read more
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Western Advocate
NSW to move away from hard-line approach to jailed extremists, but will not adopt Victorian modelleast three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
least three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are suspected to have since died fighting for Islamic State, and terror attackers overseas, including those involved in the Charlie Hebdo killings, were previously jailed... Read more
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Kiama Independent
NSW to move away from hard-line approach to jailed extremists, but will not adopt Victorian modelleast three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
least three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are suspected to have since died fighting for Islamic State, and terror attackers overseas, including those involved in the Charlie Hebdo killings, were previously jailed... Read more
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Manning River Times
NSW to move away from hard-line approach to jailed extremists, but will not adopt Victorian modelleast three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
least three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are suspected to have since died fighting for Islamic State, and terror attackers overseas, including those involved in the Charlie Hebdo killings, were previously jailed... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
NSW to move away from hard-line approach to jailed extremists, but will not adopt Victorian modelleast three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
least three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are suspected to have since died fighting for Islamic State, and terror attackers overseas, including those involved in the Charlie Hebdo killings, were previously jailed... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Jordan's young crown prince makes global debut in UN speechprospect for Western and Arab allies who view the stability of the kingdom, a f
MyMotherLode.com / Posted yesterday
prospect for Western and Arab allies who view the stability of the kingdom, a front-line state in the battle against Islamic extremism, as a key concern. The prince is also seen as a domestic asset for the monarchy at a time of sharp... Read more
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The Age
NSW to move away from hard-line approach to jailed extremists, but will not adopt Victorian model least three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are
The Age / Posted yesterday
least three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are suspected to have since died fighting for Islamic State, and terror attackers overseas, including those involved in the Charlie Hebdo killings, were previously jailed... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NSW to move away from hard-line approach to jailed extremists, but will not adopt Victorian model least three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
least three Australians released from prison after serving terror sentences are suspected to have since died fighting for Islamic State, and terror attackers overseas, including those involved in the Charlie Hebdo killings, were previously jailed... Read more
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The Register Citizen
Jordan's young crown prince makes global debut in UN speechprospect for Western and Arab allies who view the stability of the kingdom, a f
The Register Citizen / Posted yesterday
prospect for Western and Arab allies who view the stability of the kingdom, a front-line state in the battle against Islamic extremism, as a key concern. The prince is also seen as a domestic asset for the monarchy at a time of sharp... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Jordan's young crown prince makes global debut in UN speechprospect for Western and Arab allies who view the stability of the kingdom, a f
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
prospect for Western and Arab allies who view the stability of the kingdom, a front-line state in the battle against Islamic extremism, as a key concern. The prince is also seen as a domestic asset for the monarchy at a time of sharp... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Jordan's young crown prince makes global debut in UN speechprospect for Western and Arab allies who view the stability of the kingdom, a f
The Middletown Press / Posted yesterday
prospect for Western and Arab allies who view the stability of the kingdom, a front-line state in the battle against Islamic extremism, as a key concern. The prince is also seen as a domestic asset for the monarchy at a time of sharp... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Jordan's young crown prince makes global debut in UN speechprospect for Western and Arab allies who view the stability of the kingdom, a f
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
prospect for Western and Arab allies who view the stability of the kingdom, a front-line state in the battle against Islamic extremism, as a key concern. The prince is also seen as a domestic asset for the monarchy at a time of sharp... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
First look at new 800-pupil boys schoolTHESE artist impressions give the first glimpse of how a new Islamic boys schoo
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted yesterday
THESE artist impressions give the first glimpse of how a new Islamic boys school could look. The Tauheedul Education Trust has lodged a planning application with Blackburn with Darwen Council for an 800-pupil free school in Sumner Street,... Read more
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TribLIVE
U.S., Russian militaries hold unprecedented talks on SyriaSigmar Gabriel, addressing the U.N. General Assembly. Italy's U.N. Ambassador
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
Sigmar Gabriel, addressing the U.N. General Assembly. Italy's U.N. Ambassador Sebastiano Cardi said after a Security Council meeting that the escalating situation with North Korea should serve as a cautionary tale for not abandoning the Iran... Read more
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Canberra Times
Global market for forged and stolen artworks is thriving and underpolicedart and antiquities markets. To a large extent, dealers, galleries and auction
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
art and antiquities markets. To a large extent, dealers, galleries and auction houses are self-regulating and, given the high prices fetched by some items, subject to far less oversight than they should be. It is very much a case of buyer... Read more
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Daily Mail
World’s most expensive Embassy protected by a tiny moat!the world’s costliest embassy - costs have spiraled upwards of $1 billion - and
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
the world’s costliest embassy - costs have spiraled upwards of $1 billion - and it's well past its due date The new high-tech Embassy will have a bomb-proof exterior and anti-ram barriers - which are just being built Security delays meant... Read more
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The Hill
Watchdog: US troops used cop shows for help training Afghan forcesin the speech. “The presentations were not only of questionable relevance to th
The Hill / Posted yesterday
in the speech. “The presentations were not only of questionable relevance to the Afghan setting, but also overlooked the high levels of illiteracy among the police. Such cut-and-paste activities, lifted from one country and slapped onto another... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Address Marginalization of Igbo Now, Senators, Reps Tell Buhariis even as the Senators and members of the House of Representatives have expres
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
is even as the Senators and members of the House of Representatives have expressed dismay over what they described as high level of marginalization of the Igbo by the present administration, and asked President Muhammadu Buhari to as a matter... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Global market for forged and stolen artworks is thriving and underpolicedart and antiquities markets. To a large extent, dealers, galleries and auction
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
art and antiquities markets. To a large extent, dealers, galleries and auction houses are self-regulating and, given the high prices fetched by some items, subject to far less oversight than they should be. It is very much a case of buyer... Read more
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The Age
Global market for forged and stolen artworks is thriving and underpolicedart and antiquities markets. To a large extent, dealers, galleries and auction
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
art and antiquities markets. To a large extent, dealers, galleries and auction houses are self-regulating and, given the high prices fetched by some items, subject to far less oversight than they should be. It is very much a case of buyer... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
IPOB's Finance HQ in Francethat "Even a dictionary definition of 'genocide' does not support that claim."
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
that "Even a dictionary definition of 'genocide' does not support that claim." He said the IPOB had also engaged "in using highly-emotive videos of killings, which it harvested from other lands and were doctored, to hoodwink the international... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Govt Traces Biafra's Source of Funding to Francethe group. The minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, who gave the
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
the group. The minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, who gave the hint after the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting presided over by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo at the presidential villa, maintained his earlier... Read more
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