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AP EXPLAINS: Iran's nuclear program as 2015 deal unravels

May 8, 2019

AP EXPLAINS: A look at Iran's nuclear program a year after Trump's withdrawal from the 2015 accord with world powers

Pakistani Christian girls trafficked to China as brides

May 7, 2019

Pakistan's tiny, impoverished Christian community is a new target in the aggressive market for brides for China, activists and officials say

Iraq planning $53B megaproject with ExxonMobil, PetroChina

May 7, 2019

The prime minister of Iraq says he has instructed his country's Oil Ministry to finalize an agreement with global energy giants ExxonMobil and PetroChina to lead a $53 billion megaproject to boost oil production

Qatar to send money for West Bank, Gaza after Israel truce

May 7, 2019

Qatar to send $480 million to Palestinians in West Bank, Gaza after cease-fire deal with Israel

Bride market trafficks Pakistani Christian women to China

May 7, 2019

Hundreds young women from Pakistan's small Christian minority have been trafficked to China as brides in recent months as their community is targeted in an aggressive new marriage market, activists and officials say

US commerce secretary urges India to open markets further

May 7, 2019

US commerce secretary Ross urges India to open markets further

India's chief justice cleared of sexual harassment complaint

May 6, 2019

A court inquiry has cleared India's chief justice of sexual harassment allegations made by a former employee at his official residence in New Delhi

Pakistan appoints IMF economist to head central bank

May 5, 2019

Pakistan has appointed an IMF economist to head its central bank amid ongoing talks with the international lending agency over a key $8 billion bailout package

Pakistan sacks key member of economic team amid IMF talks

May 4, 2019

Senior Pakistani officials say the government has removed the head of the country's central bank, a key member of a team currently in talks with the IMF over an $8 billion bailout package

Rains like no other: Iraq is tested in era of climate change

May 2, 2019

Iraq's wettest rainy season in decades erases crippling drought, fills reservoirs but also tests infrastructure

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