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Brazilian federal police are investigating 21 slaughterhouses on suspicion of irregularities
The bank targets to develop the environment for small companies to invest and improve
The embassy will announce the results of its investigation with the Italian sides as soon as it’s concluded
Abdel Shahid chaired the event in Cairo, attendees included representatives of over 20 embassies and development agencies
Government troops and local fighters were on the cusp of pushing the terrorists out of their last stronghold in the city. Losing Mosul could spell the end of IS’ power in the country.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has approved a constitutional reform package, paving the way for a referendum on increasing powers to the presidency. The vote is officially set to take place on April 16.
A federal appeals court in San Francisco has refused to reinstate President Donald Trump’s ban on travelers from seven predominantly Muslim nations. The government is expected to appeal the latest ruling.
The Louvre attacker, identified as Abdullah Reda El-Hemami, has reportedly refused to speak to investigators on Sunday and remained silent during questioning
“I can, we can defeat cancer” is this year’s theme on World Cancer Day. In many African countries there is still a lack of awareness and treatment methods, but the number of people affected is on the rise.
US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has reassured Japan on Washington’s commitment to a defense treaty with Tokyo.
Police have sealed off the area around the Louvre in Paris. The area is being evacuated.
Prime minister Trudeau has called the shooting in the eastern Canadian city a “terrorist attack.” The gunmen, whose motive remains unknown, opened fire during evening prayers.
Two UN migration agencies have called on the US to continue helping people fleeing war and persecution.
Serena Williams has won a 23rd grand slam title, beating her sister Venus at the Australian Open final
UK Prime Minister May is meeting with Turkish leaders in Ankara to discuss trade and security, a day after talks with the new US president. Her visit comes as the UK seeks to strengthen its hand in Brexit negotiations
Civil rights groups have branded the executive order as inhumane, but discriminating based on religion may not be outlawed.