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    US Frees Jailed Press TV Journalist After 10 Days

    A US-born journalist for Iran's English language Press TV has been released after being held for 10 days in Washington as a material witness in an undisclosed US federal investigation, Hashemi's family said on Thursday

    World
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    New study links social media addiction to narcissism

    If you are a social media addict and are guilty of constantly posting selfies, you might want to keep the obsession in check. Because according to a recent study, excessive use of social media.

    Technology
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    Missing Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi Killed

    Jamal Khashoggi, a prominent journalist from Saudi Arabia, was killed in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul earlier this week by a Saudi team sent “specifically for the murder,” reports said on Saturday.

    West Asia
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    US pulls out of 2 more treaties, Zairf calls It outlaw regime

    Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif was quick to react saying the United States government has proven its reputation as an "outlaw regime" by quitting yet another international treaty out of spite for Iran.

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    Top Saudi Journalist Missing After Visiting Consulate in Turkey

    Top Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has gone missing after visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul as a crackdown led by Crown Prince against Muslim preachers, members of the press and intellectuals widens.

    West Asia
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    Ahvaz attack was aimed at dragging US-Iran into war

    Is the Ahvaz attack part of a larger Saudi-UAE goal to goad Iran to retaliate and then use Tehran’s reaction to spark a larger war and force the US to enter since the two cannot take on Iran militarily alone.

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    Trump Threatens Iran on Twitter, Warning of Dire ‘Consequences’

    President Trump threatened Iran late Sunday, warning of severe “consequences,” as rhetoric between the two countries’ presidents escalated dramatically.

    West Asia
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    Twitter, Facebook shut Hezbollah accounts after Israel threat

    Facebook and Twitter have shut down accounts run by Lebanese militia Hizballah after an Israeli minister threatened to take legal action if the pages were not blocked.

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    Syria: Fake Images, Real War

    Powerful images defining the horrors of war in Syria are proliferating wildly on social media and are increasingly finding space in the mainstream media.

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    Afghanistan temporarily bans WhatsApp over ‘security concerns’

    In a move that can curb “freedom of expression”, the Afghanistan government has asked several private telecommunication companies to suspend WhatsApp and Telegram instant messaging services in the country.

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    Kashmiris Hail Iran Supreme Leader For Support

    The Eid message by Iran's Supreme Leader asking for explicit support for the struggling people of Kashmir, alongside those of Palestine, Yemen and Bahrain, has been widely hailed in Kashmir. 

    South Asia
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    Yemenis, Kashmiris Deserve Explicit Support: Ayatollah

    Anyone who is informed of what Kashmir has gone through, knows what Muslims of Kashmir express is nothing but truth and justice. Those who silence them have an unjust cause. Those who attack them are the ones who are doi

    West Asia
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    Saudi prince reveals ‘US conditions’ for Mohamed Bin Salman to be king

    Saudi Prince Khalid Bin Farhan al-Saud, who lives in Germany, has revealed what he claims are the US conditions for helping Mohamed Bin Salman to become King of Saudi Arabia before his father’s death.

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    Saudi-Qatar Rift Deepens

    Earlier in the day, descendants of the founding father of Saudi Arabia's Wahhabi brand of Islam published a statement in Saudi media distancing themselves from Qatar's ruling family.

    West Asia
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    Twitter steps up effort to curb harassment

    Twitter on Tuesday unveiled a new initiative to crack down on “abusive accounts,” in the latest attempt by the social network to curb online harassment.The effort comes with Twitter and other social platforms.

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