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Trump's claim of Irish corporate tax cut is 'fake news', says prime minister

Leo Varadkar calls Trump claim about Ireland tax cut 'fake news.'

The Irish prime minister has accused Donald Trump of peddling “fake news” after the US president wrongly claimed that Ireland plans to further reduce its much-criticised 12.5% corporation tax.

Trump angered Irish officials with his comments at a White House briefing on Monday, in which he alleged that Ireland was going to cut the tax on corporations such as Apple, Google and Facebook to 8%.

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Quebec passes controversial law obliging citizens to uncover their faces

Quwbwc passes burqaQuebec has adopted a law that would effectively force Muslim women who wear a niqab or burka to uncover their faces to use public services.

The Liberal government's Bill 62 on religious neutrality was put to a vote Wednesday morning in Quebec's National Assembly.

The Liberals, who hold a majority in provincial parliament, voted in favour of the bill, while all the other parties voted against.

The two main opposition parties, the Parti Québécois and Coalition Avenir Québec, have argued the legislation doesn't go far enough.

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Islamic State defeated in its Syrian capital Raqqa

Islamic State defeated in RaqqaU.S.-backed militias in Syria declared victory over Islamic State in its capital Raqqa on Tuesday, raising flags over the last jihadist footholds after a four-month battle.

The fighting was over and the alliance of Kurdish and Arab militias was clearing the city’s stadium of mines and any remaining militants, said Rojda Felat, commander of the Raqqa campaign for the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

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Macron: ‘I told Trump not to tear up Iran deal’

Macron: I told Trump not to end Iran dealFrench President Emmanuel Macron said Sunday he told U.S. President Donald Trump not to tear up a nuclear arms deal with Iran, as doing so could lead to a similar standoff as the one with North Korea.

“What I told him was not to tear up the deal,” Macron told TF1 and LCI in his first live TV interview since taking office. “After that I told him, let’s have a demanding dialogue, let’s continue to conduct checks, but let’s be much more demanding with Iran on its ballistic activity.”

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Austrian Nationalists Close In on Power With Millennial at Head

Austrians go right

Austrian voters gave 31-year-old conservative Sebastian Kurz a mandate to form a new government in an election on Sunday, setting up a potential coalition with the nationalist Freedom Party as junior partner, according to projections based on partial returns.

Kurz’s People’s Party took 31.5 percent of the vote, with Chancellor Christian Kern’s Social Democrats in second place with about 27 percent and the Freedom Party third place at about 26 percent, according to Sora projections for ORF public television.

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Mogadishu blast: 'We have never seen such devastation'

Mogadushu massacre

Abdulkadir Abdirahman, director of Mogadishu's ambulance service, recounts the horrors he saw after a truck bomb blast that killed more than 200 people in the Somali capital.

He spoke to Al Jazeera's Hamza Mohamed:

"It was a normal day. Very quiet and not much work to do. I was sitting behind my desk at work. Our office is about one kilometre from the scene of the explosion.

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Tony Blair: ‘We were wrong to boycott Hamas after its election win’

Tony Blair: We should not have boycotted duly elected Hamas

Tony Blair has said for the first time that he and other world leaders were wrong to yield to Israeli pressure to impose an immediate boycott of Hamas after the Islamic faction won Palestinian elections in 2006.

As prime minister at the time, Blair offered strong support for the decision – driven by the George W Bush White House – to halt aid to, and cut off relations with, the newly elected Hamas-led Palestinian Authority unless it agreed to recognise Israel, renounce violence and abide by previous agreements between its Fatah predecessors and Israel. The ultimatum was rejected by Hamas. The elections were judged free and fair by international monitors.

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