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Princess Haya Al Hussein is the half-sister of King Abdullah II of Jordan and second wife of Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum . At the time , Princess Haya echoed the statement, saying it was "unimaginable that this thing has gone so far from the truth".
  • Italy should release migrant rescue captain: Germany

    Italy should release migrant rescue captain: Germany

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    Earlier, a German interior ministry spokesman said Germany would take in some of the migrants if other European Union member states did too. An appeal by two prominent German television personalities to financially support Rackete and her group solicited more than 500,000 euros within 24 hours.
  • Guadalajara, Mexico struck by rare massive hail storm

    Guadalajara, Mexico struck by rare massive hail storm

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    Vehicles were buried in hail on Sunday in eastern Guadalajara in Mexico's Jalisco state. "Then we ask ourselves if climate change is real ". Guadalajara, located north of Mexico City and with a population of around five million, has been experiencing summer temperature of around 31 deg C in recent days.
  • Ivanka Trump’s awkward performance with G20 leaders

    Ivanka Trump’s awkward performance with G20 leaders

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    Maybe the best clap back, however, came from the outgoing Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders . During her first appearance at the summit, Ivanka made headlines for sitting in for her father at an official meeting despite her lack of diplomatic qualifications.
  • Iran breaches limit for enriched uranium stockpile

    Iran breaches limit for enriched uranium stockpile

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    Iran separately threatens to raise its uranium enrichment closer to weapons-grade levels on July 7 if Europe fails to offer it a new deal. Iran does not recognize Israel as a nation and has made repeated threats towards the US ally. Israel, which considers the Iranian nuclear programme an existential threat, has backed Mr Trump's hard line, as have USA allies among the rich Arab states of the Gulf, which consider Iran a foe and benefit from having its oil kept off markets.
  • Zarif says Iran's enriched uranium stockpile has passed 300 kilogram

    Zarif says Iran's enriched uranium stockpile has passed 300 kilogram

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    Rather than withdrawing from the JCPOA entirely, Iran said it would stop sending its low-enriched uranium overseas - a move that allowed the levels of uranium to accrue and surpass the limit set by the accord. Tehran has set a July 7 deadline for those countries to offer relief from the sanctions before it begins enriching uranium beyond 3.67 percent concentration.
  • No Hurry, Quality Of Transaction Important: Trump Over Deal With China

    No Hurry, Quality Of Transaction Important: Trump Over Deal With China

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    The first session of the meeting is focused on the digital economy, with concerns about privacy and security on the agenda. Trump said he will allow sales of United States goods where there is not a national security issue. It's a stunning, if not entirely surprising turnaround, coming just weeks after the Trump administration called Huawei a major threat to US national security.
  • Minke whale is first slaughtered as Japan resumes commercial whaling

    Minke whale is first slaughtered as Japan resumes commercial whaling

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    The country's Fisheries Agency total catch was capped at of 227 whales through the season until late December, this is to include 52 Minke, 150 Bryde's and 25 sei whales. "This is a face-saving way out of whaling, the beginning of the end of Japanese whaling ", he said at a recent press conference. But as Japan resumes commercial whaling, the market will determine the price, depending on consumer demand.
  • Syrian state media claims Israeli airstrikes hit sites near Damascus

    Syrian state media claims Israeli airstrikes hit sites near Damascus

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    The Syrian military responded to missiles launched by Israeli warplanes, the Sana news agency said. The raids near Damascus and in Homs province late Sunday killed the fighters, but it was not immediately clear exactly how the civilians died - whether in the strikes or in the aftermath, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
  • Trump reversed course on Huawei. What happens now?

    Trump reversed course on Huawei. What happens now?

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    Kim Hyesung has the details. Trump had reportedly threatened to slap new levies on roughly $300 billion of additional Chinese goods prior to the G20 meeting. China agreed to restart purchases of American food and agricultural products. It later granted a temporary licence to Huawei to purchase United States goods by August 19.