Russia discusses integration of payment infrastructures with BRICS

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Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley faced criticism and doubt from her fellow Republican presidential candidates

Iran says has no links to attacks on US forces in region

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Israeli War Crimes—210 Bodies Recovered from two Mass Graves at Al Nasser Hospital in Gaza

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Mexico suspended its diplomatic relations with Ecuador after Ecuadorian police broke into the Mexican embassy in Quito and arrested former Ecuadorian Vice President Jorge Glas, who has been taking refuge

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Central African Republic interested in participating in BRICS events — Russian ambassador

The Central African Republic (CAR) sees BRICS as an alternative to Western hegemony and is interested in participating in this association-related activities, Russian Ambassador to the CAR Alexander Bikantov said

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IDF Deliberately Targeted Aid Convoy: Massive Condemnation Following Killing of Aid Workers by Israeli Military

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Russian Peacekeeping Mission Concludes in Azerbaijan After Three-Year Tenure

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