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Iceland's president says he's not actually banning pineapple pizza

That smoky, salty hit of bacon mixes with the sweet pineapple and creamy cheese for a pineapple pizza that is slightly more elevated than the slices that likely turned off Iceland's leader. Word of hi...

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Turkish-backed Syrian rebels 'seize Al Bab' from ISIL

The Daesh took over Al Bab in 2013 as it spread throughout Syria amid the country's ongoing civil war. However, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a UK-based monitoring group tracking developm...

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China urges nuclear talks resumption with North Korea

China urges nuclear talks resumption with North Korea

China has once agreed to relatively suspend North Korea's coal imports, as reported by independent . The rejection came a day after Pyongyang's test of an intermediate-range ballistic missile, it...

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Pakistan asks Afghanistan to handover 76 'most wanted' terrorists

Pakistan asks Afghanistan to handover 76 'most wanted' terrorists

On Feb. 7, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov reiterated to his Afghan counterpart Salahuddin Rabbani that Russia condemned terrorism in Afghanistan and fully backed the present government in Kabu...

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European auto sales jump, VW strong, PSA and Opel less so

Government ministers were in talks with the French firm last night, with business secretary Greg Clark being told that Vauxhall's "committed workforce" was highly valued by the PSA Group. More than 3,...

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Spanish court acquits king's sister, Princess Cristina, of tax fraud

Asked by her defence lawyer why she became the co-proprietor of a company called Aizoon through which illegal funds were funnelled into their personal accounts, Princess Cristina said it had been Mr U...

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