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    In a press briefing on Monday, Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijan announced sanctions on 11 US citizens. This decision comes in response to the sanctions imposed by the US on Hong Kong and Chinese officials accused of curtailing political freedoms in Hong Kong. On Friday the US imposed sanctions on 11 Hong Kong and […]
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    Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab announced on public television Monday that his cabinet was resigning following three days of protests over the Beirut explosion and alleged government corruption. On August 4 an explosion at Beirut’s shipping port, believed to have been caused by 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate, killed at least 220 people and injured […]
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    The French Constitutional Council, France’s highest constitutional authority, has rejected as unconstitutional legislation that included special parole conditions and electronic tracking for those who served prison terms for terrorist offenses. The Constitutional Council found Friday that the legislation unfairly discriminated against former detainees who had served full sentences. The law prohibited former detainees from changing […]

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