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Qatar appoints four women to its law-drafting Shura Council
Qatar appoints four women to its law-drafting Shura Council

Qatar's royal decree announced 28 new members were appointed for the country's Shura Council. Four of those members are women, marking it the first time Qatar has appointed women for the council responsible for discussing drafting of laws and government policies.

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Gunman kills at least four in shooting in Rancho Tehama, California
Gunman kills at least four in shooting in Rancho Tehama, California

On Tuesday, in a multiple-location shooting spree lasting about 45 minutes, a gunman killed at least four people and wounded at least ten, including an injury at an elementary school in the rural town of Rancho Tehama, California.

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Poland: Thousands of far-right nationalists gather in Warsaw to march for white supremacy, anti-liberalism, and anti-Islam on Polish independence day
Thousands of far-right nationalists march in Warsaw for white supremacy, anti-liberalism, anti-Islam on Polish independence day

On Saturday afternoon, thousands of far-right nationalists gathered in Poland's capital Warsaw to participate in "Independence March" which was organized by far-right groups including All-Polish Youth, the National Movement, and the National-Radical Camp.

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DR Congo: Train crash kills more than 30 in Lualaba province
DR Congo: Train crash kills more than 30 in Lualaba province

A train derailed on Sunday and fell into a ravine where it caught fire, according to Radio Okapi, in Buyofwe, Lualaba Province, southern Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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Turkey, US embassies resume issuing non-immigrant visas
Turkey, US embassies resume issuing non-immigrant visas

The US embassy in Turkey's capital Ankara released a statement on their website announcing they are to resume accepting new requests for non-immigrant visas on a limited basis in the country.

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