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Ringleader of separatist group behind terror attack in SW Iran appears in court
The ringleader of a separatist group behind the 2018 deadly terrorist attack in the southwestern Iranian city of Ahvaz, Khuzestan’s provincial capital, appeared in court for the first time since his arrest.
IRGC forces dismantle terrorist group in NW Iran
The Ground Force of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has disbanded an armed terrorist group in Sardasht, northwest Iran, said a statement by the force’s public relations department on Thursday.
First group of US occupation forces leaves Iraq: Commander
The spokesman for the Iraqi Joint Operations Command announced the withdrawal of the first batch of US troops from the Arab country based on an agreement reached between Baghdad and Washington.
Skyline rights group demands release of dozens of Saudi dissidents
A human rights organization called on the international community to seriously pressure Saudi authorities to release dozens of activists, bloggers and others who have been perceived as political opponents and arrested for their public opinions.
Iran-Brazil parliamentary friendship group resumes work after two years
Iran’s ambassador to Brazil has said the South American country’s parliament has started activities of a friendship group with Iran after a two-year hiatus.
Pro-government group attacks rally demanding release of 'illegally' held Nigerians
Pro-government activists in Nigeria on Monday attacked civil society protesters who were demanding the release of people they say are illegally detained, a Reuters witness said.
Inter Milan fan group defends racist monkey chant aimed at Lukaku
A fan group for Italian soccer club Inter Milan defended a monkey chant aimed at Inter player Romelu Lukaku by supporters of opposing team Cagliari, arguing it is not racist even if it "seemed racist" to Lukaku.
Rights group: Central African court probing war abuses needs more help
A special court investigating human rights abuses in Central African Republic (CAR) must intensify its work to deliver justice on war crimes and violations, Human Rights Watch said.
Brazil's Bolsonaro fires 'militant' head of climate change action group
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro fired the head of a government-backed climate forum, after the group organized states to work around the right-wing federal government’s ambiguous positions on climate change.
Rights group ‘appalled’ by Saudi-led airstrike that killed children
A prominent children’s rights organization says it has been “shocked and appalled” by a recent Saudi-led airstrike against Yemen that killed four children, calling for an investigation into the raid.
Research group: China's growth data may mask economic risks
China's GDP growth may be significantly slower than official estimates suggest and its economy more vulnerable to external shocks than widely believed, a global business think tank has warned.
Lightbulb group shows way on climate change
Transition to LEDs is one example of disruption across industries battling fossil fuels.
Green group attacks plan for 1m new homes near Oxford, Cambridge
Battle lines have been drawn for one of the biggest nimby battles in decades with a warning from conservationists that a plan to build a million new homes between Oxford and Cambridge will concrete over an area the size of Birmingham.
Search engine Baidu becomes first China firm to join US AI ethics group
Chinese search engine Baidu Inc. become the first Chinese company to join an artificial intelligence (AI) ethics group led by top US tech firms, amid wider political clashes over AI competition between China and the US.

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