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Afghanistan: Suicide Bomber Kills 48 in Blast at Voter Registration Center
Kabul  -  

At least 48 people have been killed after a suicide bomber struck, Sunday, at a voter registration center in Afghanistan.

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17/4/2018
Barcelona  -  

The Union for the Mediterranean (UfM), the EU Interreg Med Programme, the University of Siena and the Italian Institute for Environmental Protection and Research (ISPRA) launched Tuesday in Siena the project “Plastic Busters MPAs: preserving biodiversity from plastics in Mediterranean Marine Protected Areas”.

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17/4/2018
New York  -  

The United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is calling on political leaders in Mali to ensure those responsible for a deadly assault on peacekeepers serving in the north are brought to justice.

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Palestinian President Highlights Efforts of HM the King to Support Al Quds People
16/4/2018
Dhahran (Saudi Arabia)  -  

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas highlighted on Sunday efforts made by HM King Mohammed VI to support the fight of the people of the city of Al Quds against Israeli occupation that is aimed at Judaizing the Holy City and erasing its Arab-Islamic character.

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Algeria Military Plane Crash: 257 Dead near Algiers
11/4/2018
Algiers  -  

An Algerian military plane crashed on Wednesday near the capital Algiers killing 257 people on board, officials said.

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ISESCO Condemns Chemical Attack against Civilians in Douma
09/4/2018
Rabat  -  

The Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) condemned in the strongest terms the attack with chemical weapons perpetrated by the Syrian regime forces on the town of Douma east of Damascus, killing dozens of children, women and men.

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03/4/2018
New York  -  

On World Autism Awareness Day, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has joined the global call to empower autistic women and girls and involve them and their advocates in policy and decision-making to address the challenges they face.

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