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Dozens killed in clashes between Taliban and Afghan forces

TEHRAN - While the U.S. and Taliban called off their marathon talks in Doha, which lasted 16 days, the battle continued in different parts of the war-ravaged country, leading to dozens of casualties.
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Tehran Times, 121 days ago

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Nation News Brief for Barbados

Nation News Brief for Barbados

Barbados

Get daily summaries from The Nation Newspaper on the leading news stories in Barbados.
NationBarbados, 6 hours ago

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Cucumber crisis after Tokyo hit by cloudiest spell since records began

Cucumber crisis after Tokyo hit by cloudiest spell since records began

United Kingdom

Unseasonable weather has blighted agriculture across Japan, as well as sales of summer clothes
The Guardian, 6 hours ago

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Here is your handy guide to sport on television this week

Here is your handy guide to sport on television this week

Ireland

Monday – Sunday, July 15th – 21st
The Irish Times, 6 hours ago

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Study finds more than 70 per cent of party nominations had just one candidate

Study finds more than 70 per cent of party nominations had just one candidate

Canada

The research found women made up just 28 per cent of nomination contestants and appointed candidates were no more diverse in terms of gender or ethnic diversity than those chosen through nomination races
The Globe and Mail, 7 hours ago

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Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, Who Led Liberal Wing, Dies at 99

Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, Who Led Liberal Wing, Dies at 99

United States

When he retired in 2010, Justice Stevens was the second-oldest and the second-longest-serving justice ever to sit on the court.
The New York Times, 7 hours ago

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Paul Wright | Still behind the Sunshine Girls

Paul Wright | Still behind the Sunshine Girls

Jamaica

Every sports fan has a favourite, a person or a team for whom he or she cheers while watching a game. This summer of sport has caused fans to cheer, either silently or very vocally, for their favourites. This past weekend started very badly for me...
Jamaica Gleaner, 7 hours ago

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Jazz Chisholm powering path towards big leagues - The Freeport News

Jazz Chisholm powering path towards big leagues - The Freeport News

Bahamas

His full name is Jasrado Hermis Arrington Chisholm. He is known simply as Jazz. The 21-year-old Bahamian is experiencing another power explosion this season. This time, it is with the Arizona Diamondbacks’ Double-A Jackson Generals. In 2018, he hit 25 home runs and drove in 70 runs while playing in Double-A for Visalia and Kane County, over 112 games. This Continue Reading
The Freeport News, 14 hours ago

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John Engerman To Buyout BDO VI And Change Company Name Following BDO Puerto Rico Corruption Scandal

John Engerman To Buyout BDO VI And Change Company Name Following BDO Puerto Rico Corruption Scandal

Virgin Islands

John Engerman, the head of BDO Virgin Islands, primarily an auditing firm with millions of dollars in local, federally funded contracts, told The Consortium Mo
U.S. Virgin Islands, 15 hours ago

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Modern asphalt plant arrives - Stabroek News

Modern asphalt plant arrives - Stabroek News

Guyana

The most modern asphalt plant to ever operate within the region has arrived in Guyana, the Department of Public Information (DPI) said. This is according
Stabroek News, 16 hours ago

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Grenada's National Swimmers Represent In 18th FINA World Championship In Gwangju South Korea

Grenada's National Swimmers Represent In 18th FINA World Championship In Gwangju South Korea

Grenada

Three of Grenada’s top National Swimmers Delron Felix, Kerry Ollivierre and Kimberley Ince leave the
Grenada News, 16 hours ago

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