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US calls Monday vote on new North Korea sanctions
AP, United Nations
The United States called for a vote Monday on a U.N. resolution that would impose the toughest-ever sanctions on North Korea, a move that could lead to a showdown with the country's biggest trading partner China and its neighbor Russia.
The Trump administration adopted a totally new approach with this resolution, circulating an American draft Tuesday and setting a vote six days later. With previous sanctions resolutions, the U.S. spent weeks and sometimes months negotiating the text with China and then presenting a resolution to the rest of the Security Council for a vote.

Australia to send more troops to Philippines
Reuters, Sydney
Australia will send troops to assist Philippine forces in the ongoing battle against Islamic State fighters in the southern city of Marawi, Australia's Defense Minister Marise Payne said on Friday.
Small contingents of Australian soldiers will be sent to train Philippine troops, Payne said during a press conference with her counterpart, Delfin Lorenzana in Manila.
"We are very committed to supporting the Philippines in its efforts to defend itself against terrorist threats," Minister Payne said.

Irma's victims in the Caribbean brace for another hurricane
AP, St. John's
Thousands of Irma victims across the Caribbean fought desperately to find shelter or escape their storm-blasted islands altogether Friday as another hurricane following close behind threatened to add to their misery.
Irma regained Category 5 status late Friday, and with its 160 mph (260 kph) winds battering Cuba and taking aim at the Miami metropolitan area of 6 million people, the death toll in the storm's wake across the Caribbean climbed to 22.

Lebanon mourns soldiers killed by IS
AFP, Yarze
Lebanon on Friday held a day of national mourning for 10 soldiers kidnapped and executed by the Islamic State group in the region on the country's eastern border with Syria.
President Michel Aoun and Prime Minister Saad Hariri took part in an official ceremony to honour the men at the defence ministry in Yarze, outside Beirut, which was also attended by grieving relatives.

Spain wildfire forces evacuation of 400 residents
AP, Madrid
Emergency services in southern Spain say they are fighting a wildfire that has forced the evacuation of 400 residents from seven towns in the province of Seville.
Authorities said Saturday that the evacuations had taken place mostly overnight because of the smoke produced by the blaze which broke out Friday. About 120 people have been given shelter in a public library, sports center and school.
More than 130 firefighters are combating flames that they say have reached 20 meters (65 feet) in height across a front stretching 20 kilometers (more than 12 miles).

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Mbappe to donate US $500,000 World Cup winnings to charity


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Trump‘s behaviour in meeting with Putin regarded as disgraceful


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BNP Standing Committee member Dr Khondkar Mosharraf Hossain speaking at an opinion sharing meeting on 'Role of Present Election Commission and Blue Print of the Government' organised by Bangladesh Youth Forum at the Jatiya Press Club on Tuesday.


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No reason to believe Russia behind election meddling


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US, North Korea hold 'productive' talks on war remains: Pompeo


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American Tony Roma now in Dhaka


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Govt`s pragmatic step is needed to save Bangladesh from adverse impact of global warming


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Harry Kane wins Golden Boot


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Mamo, Mehazabien together


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Gaza mourns teenage boys killed in Israeli air raid


Al Jazeera News :Umm Luay zooms in on a photograph on her mobile phone and kisses the screen, again and again.In the photo, her son, Luay Kaheel, is seen smiling alongside his friend, Amir al-Nimra. The two teenagers, 16 and 15 respectively, died on Saturday minutes after an Israeli air ...

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Nobody could enjoy freedom to foil peaceful movement of students


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