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USA arming Kurdish Syria fighters unacceptable, shouts Turkey

USA arming Kurdish Syria fighters unacceptable, shouts Turkey

Turkey Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has criticised United States' decision to arm a Syrian offshoot of the terrorist PKK to fight Daesh in Syria. In February, the Turkish foreign minister warned ...

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West Bengal civic polls: TMC leading on all seven seats

West Bengal civic polls: TMC leading on all seven seats

In Pujali, Trinamool has won 12 wards, followed by BJP in 2 wards and Congress in 1 ward. Trinamool Congress bagged Pujali in south 24 parganas, Domkal in Murshidabad, Raiganj in north Dinajpur and ...

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Putin warns against 'intimidating' North Korea after latest missile launch

Putin warns against 'intimidating' North Korea after latest missile launch

Experts believe the North's new missile is the longest-range weapon ever successfully tested by the isolated nation. Earlier UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres condemned North Korea over its late...

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South Korea Elects New President-Will Moon Bring Back 'Sunshine'?

South Korea Elects New President-Will Moon Bring Back 'Sunshine'?

Writing for Foreign Affairs , North Korea scholar Duyeon Kim said the "completely divergent views" on how to deal with Kim Jung-un's regime could also "spell turbulent times " for the Washington-Seo...

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Expansion of Airline Electronics Ban Is Likely

European Commission transport spokeswoman Anna-Kaisa Itkonen confirmed the talks and said the EU had no new information about any security concerns. DHS and airline industry officials should have be...

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McMaster Says Trump Disclosure to Russians Was 'Appropriate'

Calls for an independent investigation have grown louder on both sides of the aisle in response to the controversies, and polls have shown Americans turning against the president - including a Publ...

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Afghanistan: Militants attack state-run broadcaster, 2 killed

Afghanistan: Militants attack state-run broadcaster, 2 killed

Afghanistan suffered its deadliest year on record for journalists in 2016, according to the Afghan Journalists' Safety Committee [AJSC], adding that the country is the second most unsafe for reporters...

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Uttar Pradesh: IAS officer found dead in Lucknow, says report

Uttar Pradesh: IAS officer found dead in Lucknow, says report

The police have, however, refused to make any comment saying that they are investigating the case and would be able to come to some conclusion only after the post mortem report and statements of famil...

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The intel Donald Trump 'shared with Russia' came from Israel, officials claim

But the classified information he shared with a geopolitical foe was nonetheless explosive, having been provided by a critical US partner through an intelligence-sharing arrangement considered so deli...

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Britons see first drop in real wages since 2014 as prices bite

Britons see first drop in real wages since 2014 as prices bite

Britain's opposition Labour Party has made weak wage growth one of its main themes ahead of the election. The UK unemployment has fallen to its lowest level in 42 years, in a further sign that the e...

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Mexican journalist shot dead in Sinaloa state

Groups monitoring journalistic freedom say corrupt local authorities and police target journalists as well, and that the vast majority of attacks on the press go unpunished, despite a special prosec...

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United States appeals court grills lawyers on Trump's revised travel ban

For the second time in a week, government lawyers will try to persuade a federal appeals court to reinstate President Donald Trump's revised travel ban - and once again, they can expect plenty of ques...

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Macron Names Surprise Choice as New Prime Minister

The two have met before, in March, during the French presidential campaign. Then, a large crowd outside the chancellery welcomed Macron to Berlin, with some waving European Union flags. Macron, 39, ...

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France's new president moves quickly on first full day in office

But in a sign of how little known France's new prime minister is, 57 percent of those surveyed said they did not know him well enough to say if his appointment was a good or a bad thing, while just un...

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Gregg Popovich on Zaza Pachulia: 'Have you ever heard of manslaughter?'

Gregg Popovich on Zaza Pachulia: 'Have you ever heard of manslaughter?'

For the second game in a row, Steph Curry top-scored for the Warriors, scoring 29 points. With the win, Golden State takes a 2-0 lead in the series. "They came out with a sense of urgency from the b...

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Federal Bureau of Investigation chief sacking: Comey replacement could be appointed 'next week'

Federal Bureau of Investigation chief sacking: Comey replacement could be appointed 'next week'

The Trump administration is looking to fill the job, which requires Senate confirmation, after Trump abruptly fired Comey on Tuesday. Saudi Arabia readied a plan to invest as much as $40 billion of ...

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United States admiral: North Korea's actions 'recipe for disaster'

He also said the North's nuclear and missile capabilities seem to have advanced rapidly recently but that the South was ready and capable of striking back should the North attack. The Terminal High Al...

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Erdogan visits Trump, amid friction between US, Turkey

Turkey recently ended its "Euphrates Shield" military operation inside Syria aimed at driving Daesh, the PKK and other terror and armed groups away from its border with Syria. "There is a huge questio...

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Canadian Press NewsAlert:Green candidate wins seat in BC legislature

Canadian Press NewsAlert:Green candidate wins seat in BC legislature

He told voters his party is the only one offering something that's different on climate change and on preparing the province for a new economy spurred by technological change. British Columbia is home...

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Australia considers joining laptops-on-planes ban

Australia considers joining laptops-on-planes ban

Australia is considering banning laptops in the cabins of inbound commercial passenger flights, amid global concerns about a new terrorist threat. The federal government is considering information a...

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