Kremlin Critic Navalny Was Under Surveillance During Trip To Siberia, Says Report.

Kremlin critic Aleksei Navalny, who is being treated in a German hospital after a suspected poisoning, was under surveillance by Russian federal security agents during his recent trip to Siberia, according to a Russian newspaper report.

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Russian jets bomb rebel-held Syria in heaviest strikes since ceasefire six months ago.

Witnesses said the warplanes struck the western outskirts of Idlib city and that there was heavy artillery shelling in the mountainous Jabal al Zawya region in southern Idlib from nearby Syrian army outposts.

Pressure on Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko mounts as mass rallies continue.

Videos shared by local media outlets showed security forces in helmets or masks hauling protesters off the streets.

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Siluanov: Belarus To Pay $330 Million In Gazprom Debt From New Russian Loan.

Belarus will channel about $330 million of a new $1.5 billion loan from Russia to cover its outstanding debt to Russian gas giant Gazprom, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov was quoted as saying by TASS on September 20.

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Thousands Gather Again In Belarus To March Against Lukashenka.

Thousands of opposition supporters are gathering again in central Minsk for a fresh protest on September 20, a day after thousands of women attended a march demanding the resignation of President Alyaksandr Lukashenka during which hundreds were ar...

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Two Pakistani Soldiers Killed Near Afghan Border

At least two Pakistani soldiers were killed in the northwestern tribal region bordering Afghanistan on September 20,according to a statement issued by the country's military.

Hackers Leak Personal Data Of 1,000 Belarusian Police Officers Involved In Protest Repression.

Hackers leaked the personal data of 1,000 members of the Belarusian police force in retaliation for a crackdown on street demonstrations against strongman President Alyaksandr Lukashenka ahead of another mass rally scheduled on September 20.

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Trump says Iran will be hit with reimposed UN sanctions.

Thirteen of the 15 U.N. Security Council members, including long-time U.S. allies, say Washington's move is void and diplomats say few countries are likely to reimpose the measures however.

Woman charged in ‘apparent hate crime’ on Vancouver bus.

The female suspect allegedly "ridiculed and mocked the teen's ethnicity" and became increasingly aggressive, telling her, "Your smile is making me want to punch you in the face."

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U.S. Declares Return Of UN Sanctions On Iran Despite Opposition From Allies

The United States has unilaterally reimposed all UN sanctions against Iran, despite opposition from Washington’s closest European allies and uncertainty over their impact.

Afghan Air Strikes Target Taliban Militants, But Civilians Also Reported Killed.

Afghanistan’s Defense Ministry says at least 30 Taliban militants have been killed in air strikes in the country’s north, although provincial officials said civilians were also among the dead.  

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