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DR Congo's people hope new leader will make changes | DR Congo News

There's optimism in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) as people welcome their new leader, in spite of the economic hurdles ahead and questions about the election that brought him to power. The public is eager to see how Felix Tshisekedi will deal with high unemployment and corruption and fix poor services. Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports from Kinshasa. …

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Russia fails to stop the UN Security Council meeting on Venezuela

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Russia failed Saturday to stop a United Nations Security Council meeting on Venezuela, which was requested by the United States after Washington recognized opposition leader Juan Guaido as the South American nation's head of state and urged President Nicolas Maduro to step down. Only four of the 15 councilors voted to stop the meeting while nine …

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Round of U.S. Taliban talks ends with progress on draft peace deal: Taliban officials

FILE PHOTO: Zalmay Khalilzad, forms U.S. Pat. Ambassador to Afghanistan, Iraq and the United Nations, list of speakers at a panel on Afghanistan at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Washington, February 12, 2011. REUTERS / Jonathan Ernst / File Photo KABUL / PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) – Taliban negotiators and United States meeting in Qatar on Saturday finalized clauses …

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Five takeaways from Australia's shock 1-0 loss to the UAE

Hassan Ammar / AP Australia's midfielder Christopher Ikonomid and Australia's midfielder Robbie Kruse hold their head after losing 1-0 to the United Arab Emirates. The Australian Socceroos have lost the UAE with one goal. Asian Cup title defenders were penalized after a back-pass was exploited by the opposition. Here are five Australia from 1-0 to UAE in the quarterfinals of …

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Trump's border wall drama is not over. This is just a break

W In airports maintained with angry passengers, republican senators accused each other of closed doors of government interruption, and President Trump's voting numbers refueled, writing was on the wall. Born pressure from his fellow Republicans to reopen the government, Trump announced on Friday afternoon that an agreement was reached for federal employees to return to work, as border security negotiations …

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