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Battle for Libya airport leaves at least 47 dead

Battle for Libya airport leaves at least 47 deadTRIPOLI: Islamist-led militiamen have stepped up their assault on Libya´s main airport, controlled by rival fighters, which the health ministry said Monday had left at least 47 dead in a week.The fighting, which erupted on July 13 and shut Tripoli international airport, also injured 120 people, according to figures for the week until Saturday.The European Union condemned a fresh outbreak of violence Sunday, two days after the collapse of a truce with the militia controlling the

Two Americans killed in Gaza fighting for Israel: reports

WASHINGTON- Two American members of the Israeli Defense Force have been killed in Gaza fighting, US media reported late Sunday, citing relatives and friends.The State Department said two US citizens were killed in Gaza violence and released their names, but did not immediately disclose their occupations.“We can confirm the deaths of US citizens Max Steinberg and Sean Carmeli in Gaza,” spokesperson Jen Psaki said in a two-sentence statement.“Out of respect for those affected by this, we have nothing

Iran nuclear talks end as deadline extended by four months

VIENNA Marathon talks between Iran and world powers in Vienna ended Saturday after negotiators gave themselves four more months to try and bridge major gaps and strike a historic nuclear deal.New rounds of talks were expected in the coming weeks, with the date and place yet to be decided, diplomats said."While we have made tangible progress on some of the issues and have worked together on a text (for a deal)... there are still significant gaps on some core issues," lead negotiator and EU foreign policy

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