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North Korea says inter-Korean summit is possible with ‘respect’ | Nuclear Weapons News

In the second statement in two days, Kim Yo Jong said North Korea is ready to consider an inter-Korean summit if respect can be guaranteed. The sister of the North Korean leader said that Pyongyang is ready to consider another inter-Korean summit if mutual “respect” and “neutrality” can be guaranteed between the two countries. Saturday’s …

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Iceland government poised to win majority, but future uncertain Election News

Partial results showed Iceland’s government is poised to win a clear majority in Saturday’s elections, although it is not yet clear if Prime Minister Katrin Jakobsdottir’s coalition of left and right will agree to continue in power together. Iceland’s three-party alliance has achieved four years of stability after a decade of crises. With more than …

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Several people were killed as an Amtrak train derailed in the US state of Montana | USA and Canada news

development story At least three people were killed after an Amtrak train carrying 147 passengers derailed near the town of Joplin, an official said. Several people died in the United States when an Amtrak train derailed in Montana, an official said. Star Tyler, a dispatcher with the Liberty Country Sheriff’s Office, told the Associated Press …

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Kosovo government offices targeted as tensions escalate with Serbia | Kosovo news

Kosovo’s prime minister accuses Serbia of trying to “provoke a serious international conflict” after attacking vehicle registration offices near the border. Kosovo Prime Minister Albin Kurti accused neighboring Serbia of trying to “stoke a serious international conflict” after two vehicle registration offices near their border were attacked. The increase in tension occurred in the early …

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Mali is approaching Russian companies and Moscow is not involved: Lavrov | Europe News

The Russian foreign minister said Mali’s shift towards private Russian companies was done “on a legitimate basis”, as France plans to reduce its military presence. The Russian foreign minister confirmed that Mali had asked private Russian companies to enhance security in the conflict-ridden country, adding that Moscow had not participated. “This is an activity that …

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Taekwondo: ending child marriage in Zimbabwe, kick after kick | Child Rights

Epworth, Zimbabwe – 17-year-old Lisa Nyambobo grew up in Epworth, a densely populated suburb southeast of Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare, and sees many of her friends marry at a young age. It was a future she also expected for herself – even stepping on the taekwondo mat for the first time. “I always thought there was …

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Putin praises the elections and their results, hundreds protest | Election News

As hundreds gather in Moscow to protest the results of the parliamentary elections, President Putin said they were “held openly and in strict accordance with the law.” Russian President Vladimir Putin praised last week Parliamentary elections as “free and fair”, while more than 1,000 people gathered in Moscow to protest the election results overshadowed by …

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Is NATO in crisis? | NATO

On September 21, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson met with US President Joe Biden at the White House. The talks were a diplomatic coup in London. They came right after the announcement of the so-called AUKUS, a tripartite partnership between the US, UK and Australia. Under its terms, the government in Canberra agreed to buy …

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