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'Upskirting' Should Be Criminal Offence, Campaigners Say

The government should criminalise "upskirting" as a sexual offence, say campaigners, after police data showed one complainant was 10 years old.

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Relax And Invest, Saudi Prince Tells Investors After Corruption Crackdown

Pic: ReutersRIYADH/DUBAI: Three months after Saudi Arabia detained scores of people in a crackdown on corruption, its rulers are trying to reassure investors that the kingdom remains open for business.

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Japan Hopes U.S. Returns To TPP But Overhaul Tough: Negotiator

TOKYO  - Japan welcomes a positive stance by the United States toward an Asia-Pacific trade pact, but indicated that altering the agreement at this point would be very difficult.

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Theresa May Among Thousands Who Visited UK Mosques To Dispel Misconceptions About Islam

2017 was a rough year for the United Kingdom, as the country had to endure multiple extremist attacks such as the London Bridge, Westminster, Manchester and Finsbury Park attacks that resulted in many innocent deaths.

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Paedophile Matthew Falder Jailed In UK For Encouraging Child Rape On Dark Web

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A Cambridge graduate who encouraged child rape over the dark web has been jailed for 32 years in Britain.

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Trump Endorses Romney In Run For U.S. Senate Seat In Utah

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WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump on Monday endorsed former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s run for a U.S. Senate seat in Utah, despite Romney often being critical of Trump.

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Saudi Bans Writer Over Negative Remarks On ''Azan''

RIYADH -- Saudi Arabia on Monday banned a writer for making negative remarks on the "Azan," the Islamic call to prayers, China's Xinhua news agency reported.

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Lawsuit Accuses DC Police Of Collusion With Far Right

Federal prosecutors and the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) in Washington, DC, colluded with far-right groups in cases against anti-Trump protesters, a recently filed lawsuit alleges.

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Palestinians Stranded In Egypt Leave For Rafah Crossing

Some 160 Palestinians, who were stranded in Cairo's airport for nearly two weeks after being denied entry to the Gaza Strip, are being allowed to return to the enclave.

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Air Italy Expands As UAE-Backed Alitalia Goes Bankrupt

Italian airline Meridiana changed its name to Air Italy on Monday with the backing of Qatar Airways, its new shareholder, aiming to become Italy's flagship carrier as UAE-backed Alitalia undergoes bankruptcy proceedings.

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