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Law firm in Tennessee offers free divorce for Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s day for most couples is a day for celebration and exchange of gifts.

But for couples whose relationship is considered frustrating, Valentine’s Day only reminds them of the reasons they can’t stand their partner.
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As a result, the Tennessee law firm is giving away free divorce service to one lucky client who thinks it’s time to cut the rope.
It is reported that because of the high cost of divorce a lot of people stay married. Divorce is really expensive costing around $1,500, which is too much for some people.
According to the firm, only Tennessee residents are eligible. those interested are to email their stories with an explanation of why they want a divorce on or before February 15 and the winner will be selected on February 19.The firm says Divorce must be agreed upon by both partners or no child custody issues.

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Election campaign begins in Ivory Coast

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Ivory Coast Election

Campaigning for parliamentary elections in Ivory Coast began on Friday, with the March 6 vote coming four months after a presidential election marred by violence.

The opposition boycotted the presidential poll, calling for “civil disobedience”. But it has decided to take part in the vote to elect members of a National Assembly currently dominated by the ruling party.

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For the first time in a decade, the branch of the Ivorian Popular Front (FPI) led by former president Laurent Gbagbo will put forth candidates, as part of coalition called Together for Democracy and Sovereignty (EDS).

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Libya’s Interior Minister Escapes Assassination Attempt

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Libya’s Interior Minister Escapes Assassination Attempt

The powerful interior minister of Libya’s unity government survived an assassination attempt Sunday on a highway near the capital Tripoli.
Fathi Bashagha’s convoy “was fired on from an armoured car while he was on the highway. His police escort returned fire. Two of the assailants were arrested and a third is in hospital,” the source said, adding that “the minister is fine”.

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Bashagha, a heavyweight in Libyan politics, was returning from a routine visit to a new security unit overseen by his department, the same source said.
The 58-year-old has served as interior minister in the North African country’s UN-recognised Government of National Accord since 2018 and has staked his reputation on battling corruption.
Libya has been riven by violence since a 2011 NATO-backed uprising that toppled and killed dictator Moamer Kadhafi.
Two rival administrations, backed by an array of militias and foreign powers, have vied for control of the oil-rich country.
Bashagha had been seen as a favourite to lead a new interim government under UN-led peace efforts following an October ceasefire last year.
The post finally went to businessman Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, a 61-year-old engineer, who has called for reconstruction, democracy and reunification in Libya.

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U.S. Sanctions Inflicted $1 Trillion Damage On Iran’s Economy-Foreign Minister

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U.S. Sanctions Inflicted $1 Trillion Damage On Iran’s Economy-Foreign Minister

Iran’s foreign minister has said Unilateral sanctions imposed by the United States inflicted $1 trillion worth of damage on its economy and Tehran expects compensation.

Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Sunday after the US takes action to restore Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers through lifting sanctions, Tehran will want to negotiate on the damages it has suffered.

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Trump unilaterally abandoned the nuclear deal in 2018 and imposed harsh, comprehensive sanctions that targeted all the sectors of Iran’s economy

According to Zarif, Trump re-imposed 800 sanctions that were put on Iran before the nuclear deal and imposed 800 new ones, all of which need to be lifted before the US can return to the deal.

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