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Newsbrief: Swiss journalists set free after being detained

Newsbrief: Swiss journalists set free after being detained

Swiss journalists were detained for two days for taking photos

Newsbrief: Smog in Lahore has become a “Fifth Season”

Newsbrief: Smog in Lahore has become a “Fifth Season”

Due to crop and waste burning, Pakistani air pollution has reached a point where it is unmanageable for the government.

Newsbrief: U.K foreign secretary apologizes for statements about imprisoned Briton in Iran

Newsbrief: U.K foreign secretary apologizes for statements about imprisoned Briton in Iran

“I acknowledge that the words I used were open to be misinterpreted and I apologize to Mrs. Zaghari- Ratcliffe and her family if I have inadvertently caused them any further anguish,” Boris Johnson said.

Newsbrief: Air strikes on Atareb market in Syria

Newsbrief: Air strikes on Atareb market in Syria

At least 53 people have been killed by the air strike in Syria

Newsbrief: Trump supports modernization of Saudi Arabia

Newsbrief: Trump supports modernization of Saudi Arabia

President Trump and the King Sallman taking about the creation of jobs to eradicate terrorism in Saudi Arabia.

Newsbrief: Earthquake kills 400 and injures thousands in Iraq

Newsbrief: Earthquake kills 400 and injures thousands in Iraq

A major 7.3 magnitude earthquake hit on the Iraq-Iran border, causing mass destruction last Sunday.

Newsbrief: Russian government blocks U.N.

Newsbrief: Russian government blocks U.N.

Russia is blocking the United Nations action on Syria.

Newsbrief: Saudi women to be allowed in sports stadiums for first time

Newsbrief: Saudi women to be allowed in sports stadiums for first time

Saudi Arabian women gain independence through new reforms for the ultra-conservative laws.

News brief: Aid reached in the eastern Ghouta

News brief: Aid reached in the eastern Ghouta

There are many malnourished children in eastern Ghouta who are now facing a humanitarian emergency.

Newsbrief: Iraq doesn’t want to be where U.S. and Iran fight over their differences

Newsbrief: Iraq doesn’t want to be where U.S. and Iran fight over their differences

Prime Minister Abadi discusses conflict on Iraqi soil

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