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Brazilian President urged every citizen to buy a rifle

Brazilian President urged every citizen to buy a rifle

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Brazilian President urged every citizen to buy a rifle
Opponents of the free sale of weapons in Brazil should stop making claims against buyers of gun stores. This was stated by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro

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Taliban commented on Kabul airport bombing

Taliban commented on Kabul airport bombing

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Taliban commented on Kabul airport bombing
Militants of the radical Taliban movement commented on the bombing near the international airport in Kabul. This is reported by Zabiull Mujahid

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15 people injured in Kabul airport bombing

15 people injured in Kabul airport bombing

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15 people injured in Kabul airport bombing
The Kabul airport has been struck by a suicide bomber who killed at least 15 people, the Al Jazeera TV channel has reported, citing a security source

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Karzai and Abdullah are actually under house arrest in Kabul

Karzai and Abdullah are actually under house arrest in Kabul

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Karzai and Abdullah are actually under house arrest in Kabul
The Taliban left the head of the Supreme Council for National Reconciliation in Afghanistan, Abdullah Abdullah, and former President Hamid Karzai without bodyguards and cars

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More than 10,000 people await evacuation at Kabul airport

More than 10,000 people await evacuation at Kabul airport

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More than 10,000 people await evacuation at Kabul airport
Since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan, more than 82,000 people have already been evacuated from the country, but thousands of people are still waiting at the airport in Kabul

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The Taliban has blocked the access of Afghans to the airport in Kabul

The Taliban has blocked the access of Afghans to the airport in Kabul

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The Taliban has blocked the access of Afghans to the airport in Kabul
The radical movement "Taliban" has blocked access to the Kabul airport for Afghans and allows only foreigners to pass, according to a source in the Taliban commission on cultural issues

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The U.S. will pay FIFA $201 million, which previously belonged to corrupt ex-officials

The U.S. will pay FIFA $201 million, which previously belonged to corrupt ex-officials

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The U.S. will pay FIFA $201 million, which previously belonged to corrupt ex-officials
The U.S. Department of Justice will pay the International Football Federation (FIFA) $201 million. This is reported on the official website of the organization