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Authorities seize cult assets and detain cult members

The World Mission Society Church of God is a Christian-inspired religious movement with 600 followers in Vietnam. The Vietnamese government has accused its leaders of brainwashing its members and micromanaging their lives. The crackdown has set off alarm bells about possible actions by the authorities against other religions and their assets.

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Nikol Pashinyan is prime minister

Armenia’s parliament yesterday voted 59 to 42 to appoint Pashinyan as prime minister, sparking celebrations in the streets among the latter’s supporters. Pashinyan reassured lawmakers and Moscow that ties with Russia remain a priority. Putin welcomed the new Armenian prime minister, expressing hope that "friendly” relations between the two countries will continue.

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Pope: Baptism, the ‘indelible spiritual seal’ as children of God

"If our parents have given us life on earth, the Church has regenerated us to eternal life in Baptism. We have become children in His Son Jesus ". "The Christian vocation is all this: living united to Christ in the holy Church, participating in the same consecration to carry out the same mission, in this world, bearing fruits that last forever".

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Rouhani: save nuclear deal from Trump’s psychological war

The Iranian leader accuses Washington of not respecting the deal and seeks agreement with the EU, Russia and China. But it appears weakened on the internal front. Israel and Arab nations applaud and support the White House decision. Criticism from Turkey, which fears new conflicts. Bolton threatens European companies: stop trading with Tehran.

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Malaysians vote in general elections

All 222 parliamentarians and 505 officials of the various state assemblies are elected. Both the ruling coalition, the Barisan Nasional (BN), and the opposition coalition, the Pakatan Harapan (Ph), are confident of obtaining the 112 parliamentary seats to form a majority. The Islamists of the Islamic Part-Malaysia (Pas) are aiming to tip the scales.

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