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IS 'Leader' al-Baghdadi Appears in First Video 📹 in Five Years

A man believed to be the leader of the Islamic State group has made a rare camera appearance vowing to seek revenge for its loss of territory.

Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has not been seen since 2014, when he proclaimed from Mosul the creation of a "caliphate" across parts of Syria …

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Boeing CEO Won't Say 🛫 737 Max Software Design Was Flawed

Boeing executives faced shareholders in public on Monday for the first time since two fatal crashes led to the grounding of the latest version of its most popular aircraft, the 737 Max.

CEO Dennis Muilenburg, speaking at Boeing's annual shareholder meeting in Chicago, said that the aerospace giant is making …

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🇵🇪 Peru Plans First Large Deportation of Venezuelan 🇻🇪 Migrants

Peru plans to deport about 50 Venezuelan migrants for concealing that they had criminal records, the interior ministry said on Monday, in the first large expulsion since hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans fled to the Andean nation last year to escape their country’s crippling economic crisis.

The migrants were …

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Facebook📲 To Fund Research On Social Media Impact On 🗳Elections

Facebook announced Monday it would make its data available to academics studying the impact of social media on elections, part of an effort to prevent manipulation of social platforms.
The leading social network said some 60 researchers from 30 academic institutions across 11 countries were selected under a review process …

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IMF Delegation In Pakistan🇵🇰 To Hold Talks On Bailout Package💰

The delegation of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) arrived in Pakistan today to hold technical discussions for a bailout package to the cash-strapped country, days after Prime Minister Imran Khan met IMF chief Christine Lagarde in China.

Pakistan is seeking $8 billion from the IMF to bail itself out from …

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US🇺🇸 Comments On Hong Kong "Gross Interference": 🗣China

China on Monday lashed out at the United States for voicing alarm over the jailing of leaders of Hong Kong's democracy movement, calling Washington's comments a "gross interference".

Four prominent activists were last week jailed for their role in the 2014 Umbrella Movement protests, which paralysed Hong Kong's central business …

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🇮🇩Indonesia: More Than 270 Election Staff⚰ Died From Fatigue

Ten days after Indonesia held the world's biggest single-day elections, more than 270 election staff have died, mostly of fatigue-related illnesses caused by long hours of work counting millions of ballot papers by hand, an official said.

The April 17 elections were the first time the country of 260 million …

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