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The Latest: Iran says working with IAEA to answer questions   25%

The Latest on the Iran nuclear deal (all times local): 8:05 p.m. Iran's deputy U.N. ambassador has responded to new concerns about the country's nuclear activities saying it "continues to … Click to Continue »

New bushfires break out in Australia as millions brace for the worst   -28%

Australian officials warned soaring heat and high winds are already exceeding forecast "catastrophic" conditions on Tuesday as millions of people across the country's east coast braced for the worst bushfires in at least a decade.

Ayodhya: India's top court awards disputed religious site to Hindus video report   23%

India's supreme court has ruled that a Hindu temple can be built on the country's most hotly contested religious site, ending a legal dispute that has run for decades between Hindus and Muslims.

The restoration of the Ram temple in Ayodhya was  a key pledge of Narendra Modi and his Bharatiya Janata party (BJP) government. The ruling, which came just six months after his landslide election win, is another huge victory for India‚Äôs prime minister

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Fazlur Rehman: Pakistani cleric urges military to abandon Imran Khan   -10%

In an interview with DW, Pakistani politician Maulana Fazlur Rehman criticized his country's military for interfering in politics and backing Imran Khan, who he alleged came to power through a rigged poll in July 2018.

China: Alibaba Singles' Day sales on course for new record   6%

China's annual online shopping blitz is expected to break sales records despite the country's slowing economy. Organizer Alibaba says sales in the first hour were up 32% on last year's early haul.

Australia's annual heat records may melt after hot and dry October   3%

Almost all of the Australian mainland is likely to have a warmer and drier than normal final two months of the year, boosting the odds that 2019 will be the country's hottest on record.

Mozambique: New Fuel Importer Chosen  

[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican Petroleum Importing Agency (IMOPETRO) on Friday chose Sahara Energy as the country's official fuel importer for the next six months, reports Monday's issue of the independent newssheet "Carta de Mocambique".

Haim Gouri, renowned Israeli writer and poet, dies at 94   50%

Haim Gouri was a prominent figure among Israel's founding generation. He received the country's highest honors for his work, including the Bialik Prize and the Israel Prize

Ayodhya dilemma: HISTORICAL VERDICT which could draw battle lines between Hindus and Muslims in India   -80%

India will be on edge for days after the country's Supreme Court announces its verdict on Ayodhya temple, which could lead to a violent backlash between contesting Hindus and Muslims.
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Why Evo Morales resigned  

Bolivia's political crisis deepened Sunday as President Evo Morales resigned amid allegations of "serious irregularities" during last month's election and pressure from the country's armed forces.

Rouhani says new oil field with 50 billion barrels found   -35%

Iran has discovered a new oil field in the country's south with an estimated 50 billion barrels of crude oil, its president said Sunday, a find that could boost the country's proven reserves by a third as it struggles to sell energy abroad over US sanctions. That 50 billion barrels would be added to Iran's proven reserves of some 150 billion.

New Zealand passes law aimed at combating climate change   19%

The Zero Carbon bill aims to make New Zealand reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to the point the country becomes mostly carbon neutral by 2050. It gives some leeway to farmers, who bring in much of the country's foreign income. The bill would require all greenhouse gases except methane from animals to be reduced to net zero by 2050.

Canadian professor talks dogs, hockey with Putin after receiving major Russian award   25%

A St. John's professor of Russian literature is one of the few Canadians getting face time with Vladimir Putin these days. While Canada has frozen most of its high-level contacts with Russia, John Durrant, an honorary consul in St. John's, received one of the country's highest civilian awards in Moscow this week.

Iran says it has discovered a massive new oil field with 50B barrels   -35%

Iran has discovered a new oil field in the country's south with over 50 billion barrels of crude oil, its president said Sunday, a find that could boost the country's proven reserves by a third as it struggles to sell energy abroad over U.S. sanctions.

Spain votes in fourth round of legislative elections in four years  

Voting opened in Spain on Sunday in the country's fourth election in four years amid heightened tensions over Catalonia's regional secession push, which has boosted support for upstart far-right party Vox.

Terrorist attack on northern Mali military post kills more than 50 soldiers   -12%

At least 53 soldiers and one civilian have been killed in an attack on an army post in northern Mali, the government said, in one of the deadliest strikes against the West African country's military in recent memory.

UN, top Iraq cleric urge 'serious' reforms after protests   10%

The United Nations' top official in Iraq and the country's most senior cleric urged authorities Monday to get "serious" about reforms after anti-government demonstrations that have left hundreds dead.

Australia Wildfires: State Of Emergency Declared Over 'Catastrophic' Danger   10%

Residents in the greater Sydney area have been warned of "catastrophic fire danger," the country's highest danger rating. At least three people have died in the fires in the state of New South Wales.