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11 October 2015 Military News

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  • Majlis ratifies general outline of JCPOA IRNA 11 Oct 2015 -- Iranian parliament ratified the general outline of a single-urgency bill on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) here on Sunday.
  • Araqchi heralds new phase of implementing JCPOA IRNA 11 Oct 2015 -- Deputy Foreign Minister for Legal and International Affairs Abbas Araqchi said on Sunday that after Majlis puts seal of approval on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, a new phase will open to implement the JCPOA.
  • Iran's Parliament Gives Preliminary Approval for Nuclear Deal VOA 11 Oct 2015 -- Iran's parliament Sunday gave preliminary approval of a bill that allows the government to implement a historic nuclear deal reached with world powers.
  • Thousands Rally as Turkey Mourns 95 Killed in Bombings VOA 11 Oct 2015 -- Thousands of people took to the streets of Ankara Sunday, many of them chanting slogans against the Turkish government, as the country mourned the victims of twin bombings at a peace rally that killed at least 95 people.
  • Bombings a Sign of Turkey's Deep Troubles VOA 11 Oct 2015 -- Turkey has begun a three-day period of mourning following Saturday's bomb attacks in the capital, Ankara, that killed nearly 100 people. With contentious parliamentary elections three weeks away, the attacks highlight the challenges Turkey is facing as it struggles with ethnic friction, an ongoing migrant crisis, and growing tensions with Russia.
  • DPRK stages huge military parade marking 70th founding anniversary of ruling party People's Daily 11 Oct 2015 -- The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) held a huge military parade Saturday afternoon on Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang, the national capital, marking the70th founding anniversary of the ruling Workers' Party of Korea(WPK).
  • Polls Close in Guinea, Opposition Claims Fraud VOA 11 Oct 2015 -- Polling in Guinea's presidential election ended Sunday evening. Voters were choosing between giving President Alpha Conde a second term, or replacing him with one of seven opposition challengers.



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