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Putin warns West on Balkans as Serbia prepares lavish welcome

Copyright of the image EPA Picture caption President Putin will be joined by several government ministers and heads of Russia's nuclear and space organizations Russian President Vladimir Putin heads today a powerful delegation in Serbia, with the aim of cementing cooperation with a country that seeks to join the EU. Before his visit to Belgrade, Putin accused some Western countries …

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Greek PM wins confidence vote after Macedonia name crisis | World news

The Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, won a vote of confidence in parliament, eliminating a major obstacle to Greece's approval of an agreement to end a dispute over the name of Macedonia and to avert the possibility of early elections. Tsipras called the confidence motion after his right-wing coalition partner Panos Kammenos left the government on Sunday to protest the …

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Top North Korean officials reportedly set for Washington visit | World news

Three North Korean officials, including the principal envoy involved in talks with the United States, were booked on a flight to Washington, South Korean media reported on Wednesday, suggesting possible moves to a second summit between Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The US and South Korean media quoted sources that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and …

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Iranian ambassador claims Free Nazanin campaign is ‘unhelpful’ | News

The Iranian ambassador to the UK told Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's husband that his campaign to get his release from a Tehran prison is reducing his chances for freedom. Acting in response to the announcement of the free Nazanin campaign that Zaghari-Ratcliffe had completed her hunger strike three days after the prison authorities agreed that she could receive medical treatment for a …

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Donald Trump urged to delay State of the Union address as shutdown persists

Donald Trump was invited to postpone his speech on the State of the Union if the long-standing closure of the government is not resolved. Nancy Pelosi, spokesperson for the House of Representatives, said the speech – scheduled for January 29 – put an excessive burden on the security services if the government does not reopen this week. Alternatively, he suggested …

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