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At a Glance
    2017-September-28  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Woman arrested

BRITISH counter-terrorism police said they had arrested a woman yesterday under the Official Secrets Act.

The 65-year-old woman was contracted to carry out work for a government department, they added, without elaborating.

She was being held at a south London police station while officers searched an address in north London.

No further details were immediately available.

Referendum outcome

IRAQ’S Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi demanded yesterday that the Kurdish authorities “cancel” the outcome of the independence referendum they held in northern Iraq on Monday.

Mattis in Afghanistan

U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis visited Kabul yesterday to pledge support for the government of President Ashraf Ghani, with the precarious security in the Afghan capital underlined by a rocket attack on the airport hours after he touched down.

Arriving from India, where he sought support for the U.S. administration’s new South Asia security plan, Mattis said the United States was determined not to allow “a merciless enemy to kill its way to power.”

Promising a more “holistic” approach without fixed timetables and involving other countries in the region, including Pakistan, he said the Taliban would have to learn they could not defeat the government.

Iranian solider mourned

IRAN’S supreme leader and thousands of others yesterday mourned a young Revolutionary Guard soldier beheaded by the Islamic State group, a killing that has struck a nerve within the Islamic Republic as its forces continue to suffer casualties in Iraq and Syria.

The slaying of 25-year-old Mohsen Hojaji captured the imagination of many in Iran.

 

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