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Argentina’s new president, Javier Milei, has vowed to radically transform the country’s economy and politics after winning a tight runoff against the incumbent Sergio Massa on Sunday. Milei, a far-right

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Moscow is aware of Caracas’ interest in boosting ties with BRICS and will facilitate the process as the group’s chair,

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Yemen's Houthi group said on Tuesday that they had launched a missile attack against "an Israeli ship" in the Gulf

U.S. vetoes Security Council draft resolution demanding humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza

The United States on Tuesday vetoed a Security Council draft resolution that would have demanded an immediate humanitarian cease-fire in

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Thousands of farmers protested in the center of Athens on Tuesday over increased production costs, requesting more state aid to