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New York Magazine
The Case Against the Media, by the Mediayou get someone like Romney who does prevail in the Republican primaries and go
The Case Against the Media, by the Media
New York Magazine / Posted 44 minutes ago
you get someone like Romney who does prevail in the Republican primaries and goes into the general election and there’s an internal psychological problem of identity there, because he can’t quite figure out what media profile he wants to present,... Read more
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DW
After Munich, politicians consider deploying soldiers at home |remarks published in the "Welt am Sonntag" newspaper Sunday, Bavarian Interior
After Munich, politicians consider deploying soldiers at home |
DW / Posted 59 minutes ago
remarks published in the "Welt am Sonntag" newspaper Sunday, Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim Herrmann advocated for the army to be allowed to deploy within Germany to support the police in case of a terror attack. Germany's constitution, drawn... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Heroines not hatersand frequency of Islamist attacks. Is she right to be scared? Patrick Calvar,
Heroines not haters
The Courier Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
and frequency of Islamist attacks. Is she right to be scared? Patrick Calvar, France’s head of the Directorate General of Internal Security, has issued a grim warning, telling Le Figaro newspaper he believes France is on the brink of civil war... Read more
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FOX News
Iraq digs security trench around Fallujah after recapturing city from ISISIraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed S
Iraq digs security trench around Fallujah after recapturing city from ISIS
FOX News / Posted 6 hours ago
Iraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed Shiite militia forces have helped the Iraqi army recapture territory from the Islamic State. Security problems have plagued Iraq, especially in Fallujah. The city has... Read more
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express
German terror attacks spark call for armed soldiers on streets for first time since WW2adding: "We are an absolutely stable democracy." But he said the decision when
German terror attacks spark call for armed soldiers on streets for first time since WW2
express / Posted 7 hours ago
adding: "We are an absolutely stable democracy." But he said the decision when and where to deploy the Bundeswehr - army - must rest solely with the police. He went on: "The Bundeswehr can be deployed under the leadership of the German... Read more
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Air Force Times
After Obama's green light, Afghan forces on the offensivegoods and a thoroughfare for much of the country's exports to Pakistan and beyo
After Obama's green light, Afghan forces on the offensive
Air Force Times / Posted 11 hours ago
goods and a thoroughfare for much of the country's exports to Pakistan and beyond. "It is like a second capital," Afghan Army Gen. Shir Mohammad Karimi, the former general staff chief of operations, said of the provincial capital Jalalabad, 125... Read more
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Boston Herald
After Obama's green light, Afghan forces on the offensivegoods and a thoroughfare for much of the country's exports to Pakistan and beyo
After Obama's green light, Afghan forces on the offensive
Boston Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
goods and a thoroughfare for much of the country's exports to Pakistan and beyond. "It is like a second capital," Afghan Army Gen. Shir Mohammad Karimi, the former general staff chief of operations, said of the provincial capital Jalalabad, 125... Read more
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Aljazeera
Indian court tackles extrajudicial killings in Manipurin the world. If it doesn't take steps to repeal AFSPA, it will look very bad i
Indian court tackles extrajudicial killings in Manipur
Aljazeera / Posted 13 hours ago
in the world. If it doesn't take steps to repeal AFSPA, it will look very bad in front of other countries. Curbing the army in doing excesses is a step in ensuring our right to life," Sharmila says. Then there is Dee Abonmai, a filmmaker. He... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
After Obama's green light, Afghan forces on the offensivegoods and a thoroughfare for much of the country's exports to Pakistan and beyo
After Obama's green light, Afghan forces on the offensive
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 15 hours ago
goods and a thoroughfare for much of the country's exports to Pakistan and beyond. "It is like a second capital," Afghan Army Gen. Shir Mohammad Karimi, the former general staff chief of operations, said of the provincial capital Jalalabad, 125... Read more
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asianage
J&K unrest: Rajnath to visit worst-hit Anantnag after top-level meetingswere reported from there. After holding a marathon meet with top officers of J
J&K unrest: Rajnath to visit worst-hit Anantnag after top-level meetings
asianage / Posted 15 hours ago
were reported from there. After holding a marathon meet with top officers of J&K police, central paramilitary forces, Army, intelligence agencies and the civil administration to review the law and order situation in Kashmir Valley which... Read more
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asianage
J&K unrest Rajnath to visit worst-hit Anantnag after top-level meetingswere reported from there. After holding a marathon meet with top officers of J
J&K unrest Rajnath to visit worst-hit Anantnag after top-level meetings
asianage / Posted 15 hours ago
were reported from there. After holding a marathon meet with top officers of J&K police, central paramilitary forces, Army, intelligence agencies and the civil administration to review the law and order situation in Kashmir Valley which... Read more
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Daily Herald
After Obama's green light, Afghan forces on the offensivegoods and a thoroughfare for much of the country's exports to Pakistan and beyo
After Obama's green light, Afghan forces on the offensive
Daily Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
goods and a thoroughfare for much of the country's exports to Pakistan and beyond. "It is like a second capital," Afghan Army Gen. Shir Mohammad Karimi, the former general staff chief of operations, said of the provincial capital Jalalabad, 125... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
The madness of crowdsand cruelty on the ground in Iraq clearly stemmed from the policies at the top
The madness of crowds
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 17 hours ago
and cruelty on the ground in Iraq clearly stemmed from the policies at the top of the Bush administration," a series of internal government reports pinned the blame entirely on local commanders or enlisted personnel. The New York Times correctly... Read more
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Salon.com
After Obama’s green light, Afghan forces on the offensivegoods and a thoroughfare for much of the country’s exports to Pakistan and beyo
After Obama’s green light, Afghan forces on the offensive
Salon.com / Posted 17 hours ago
goods and a thoroughfare for much of the country’s exports to Pakistan and beyond. “It is like a second capital,” Afghan Army Gen. Shir Mohammad Karimi, the former general staff chief of operations, said of the provincial capital Jalalabad, 125... Read more
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Pakistan News Tribune
Military Takeover is not the SolutionThere is lobby or section of the people in Pakistan that want the army to step
Military Takeover is not the Solution
Pakistan News Tribune / Posted 18 hours ago
There is lobby or section of the people in Pakistan that want the army to step forward, sack the incumbent PMNL government and start ruling. In this regard the most potent and raucous voice is that of Imran Khan the Chairman of his political outfit:... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisisconflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by n
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisis
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
conflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by night and snipers lurk by day, as Ukraine's army faces off against the pro-Russian separatists. Denison, a biomedical engineer, visited hospitals and clinics on both... Read more
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The Young Witness
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisisconflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by n
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisis
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
conflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by night and snipers lurk by day, as Ukraine's army faces off against the pro-Russian separatists. Denison, a biomedical engineer, visited hospitals and clinics on both... Read more
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Western Advocate
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisisconflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by n
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisis
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
conflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by night and snipers lurk by day, as Ukraine's army faces off against the pro-Russian separatists. Denison, a biomedical engineer, visited hospitals and clinics on both... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisisconflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by n
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisis
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
conflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by night and snipers lurk by day, as Ukraine's army faces off against the pro-Russian separatists. Denison, a biomedical engineer, visited hospitals and clinics on both... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisisconflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by n
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisis
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
conflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by night and snipers lurk by day, as Ukraine's army faces off against the pro-Russian separatists. Denison, a biomedical engineer, visited hospitals and clinics on both... Read more
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New York Post
The claim that the Saudis are innocent for 9/11 is total bullSaudi Arabia and an army of K Street lobbyists are now claiming that several Sa
The claim that the Saudis are innocent for 9/11 is total bull
New York Post / Posted yesterday
Saudi Arabia and an army of K Street lobbyists are now claiming that several Saudi government suspects named in the newly released “28 pages” have all been “exonerated” from 9/11 involvement. The gullible mainstream media are parroting the latest... Read more
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Sunday Observer
Power walkingled by Mahatma Gandhi, but today�: Towards the early 1990s, the existing UNP G
Power walking
Sunday Observer / Posted yesterday
led by Mahatma Gandhi, but today�: Towards the early 1990s, the existing UNP Government was beset with internal conflicts of its own and the LTTE terrorism. During this period, new SLFP leaders, prominently Mahinda Rajapaksa... Read more
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Orange County Register
Failed coup strengthens Erdogan but weakens nationHe should be enjoying his time of triumph. Yet his country almost crashed and
Failed coup strengthens Erdogan but weakens nation
Orange County Register / Posted yesterday
He should be enjoying his time of triumph. Yet his country almost crashed and burned last week. Elements of the Turkish army and air force attempted a coup, leading to street battles and air attacks. At last count, some 3,000 members of the... Read more
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Air Force Times
Iraq digs security trench around Fallujahthis image made from an AP video on July 22, 2016, a worker digs a trench on th
Iraq digs security trench around Fallujah
Air Force Times / Posted yesterday
this image made from an AP video on July 22, 2016, a worker digs a trench on the outskirts of Fallujah, Iraq. Iraq’s army is turning to a radical, almost medieval method to control Fallujah after recapturing it from the Islamic State group... Read more
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NBC News
Former NFL Star Warrick Dunn Haunted By Police Killingsofficers were ambushed during an otherwise peaceful Black Lives Matter march in
Former NFL Star Warrick Dunn Haunted By Police Killings
NBC News / Posted yesterday
officers were ambushed during an otherwise peaceful Black Lives Matter march in Dallas. Their killer was a black former Army reservist seeking vengeance for the two earlier deaths. Then came Baton Rouge again, when another black Army veteran... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Iraq digs security trench around FallujahIraq’s second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed S
Iraq digs security trench around Fallujah
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
Iraq’s second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed Shiite militia forces have helped the Iraqi army recapture territory from the Islamic State. Security problems have plagued Iraq, especially in Fallujah. The city has... Read more
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Aljazeera
Iraq: Army to dig 'security trench' around FallujahIraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A US-led coalition and Iranian-backed Shi
Iraq: Army to dig 'security trench' around Fallujah
Aljazeera / Posted yesterday
Iraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A US-led coalition and Iranian-backed Shia militia forces have helped the Iraqi army recapture territory from ISIL. Security problems have plagued Iraq, especially in Fallujah. The city has been a center... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
AP EXCLUSIVE: Iraq digs security trench around FallujahIraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed S
AP EXCLUSIVE: Iraq digs security trench around Fallujah
KX TV North Dakota / Posted yesterday
Iraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed Shiite militia forces have helped the Iraqi army recapture territory from the Islamic State. Security problems have plagued Iraq, especially in Fallujah. The city has... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
AP EXCLUSIVE: Iraq digs security trench around FallujahIraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed S
AP EXCLUSIVE: Iraq digs security trench around Fallujah
WBOC Salisbury / Posted yesterday
Iraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed Shiite militia forces have helped the Iraqi army recapture territory from the Islamic State. Security problems have plagued Iraq, especially in Fallujah. The city has... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
Iraq digs security trench around FallujahIraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed S
Iraq digs security trench around Fallujah
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted yesterday
Iraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed Shiite militia forces have helped the Iraqi army recapture territory from the Islamic State. Security problems have plagued Iraq, especially in Fallujah. The city has... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
AP EXCLUSIVE: Iraq digs security trench around FallujahIraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed S
AP EXCLUSIVE: Iraq digs security trench around Fallujah
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted yesterday
Iraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed Shiite militia forces have helped the Iraqi army recapture territory from the Islamic State. Security problems have plagued Iraq, especially in Fallujah. The city has... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
AP EXCLUSIVE: Iraq digs security trench around FallujahIraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed S
AP EXCLUSIVE: Iraq digs security trench around Fallujah
The Sacramento Bee / Posted yesterday
Iraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed Shiite militia forces have helped the Iraqi army recapture territory from the Islamic State. Security problems have plagued Iraq, especially in Fallujah. The city has... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
AP EXCLUSIVE: Iraq digs security trench around FallujahIraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed S
AP EXCLUSIVE: Iraq digs security trench around Fallujah
Hawaii News Now / Posted yesterday
Iraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed Shiite militia forces have helped the Iraqi army recapture territory from the Islamic State. Security problems have plagued Iraq, especially in Fallujah. The city has... Read more
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CTV News
Iraq turns to medieval tactic to keep ISIS out of FallujahIraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed S
Iraq turns to medieval tactic to keep ISIS out of Fallujah
CTV News / Posted yesterday
Iraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed Shiite militia forces have helped the Iraqi army recapture territory from the Islamic State. Security problems have plagued Iraq, especially in Fallujah. The city has... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
AP EXCLUSIVE: Iraq digs security trench around FallujahIraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed S
AP EXCLUSIVE: Iraq digs security trench around Fallujah
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted yesterday
Iraq's second-largest city of Mosul. A U.S.-led coalition and Iranian-backed Shiite militia forces have helped the Iraqi army recapture territory from the Islamic State. Security problems have plagued Iraq, especially in Fallujah. The city has... Read more
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WA Today
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisisconflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by n
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisis
WA Today / Posted yesterday
conflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by night and snipers lurk by day, as Ukraine's army faces off against the pro-Russian separatists. ICRC in Belobodsk, Luhansk region, Ukraine. Mike Denison, biomedical... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisisconflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by n
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisis
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
conflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by night and snipers lurk by day, as Ukraine's army faces off against the pro-Russian separatists. ICRC in Belobodsk, Luhansk region, Ukraine. Mike Denison, biomedical... Read more
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Aljazeera
'Either you join ISIL or you challenge them'ISIL's rule in Diyala lasted just a few months before a coalition of Kurdish Pe
'Either you join ISIL or you challenge them'
Aljazeera / Posted yesterday
ISIL's rule in Diyala lasted just a few months before a coalition of Kurdish Peshmerga troops, Shia militias and the Iraqi army recaptured the area in November 2014. Nearly two years later, Saadiya is still a wreck. Its once luxuriant fruit groves... Read more
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The Economic Times
Monsoon session: Congress plans to raise China, Andhra special status issue in Rajya Sabhaissues for Monday, AICC spokesperson Kapil Sibal said: "For the first time" Chi
Monsoon session: Congress plans to raise China, Andhra special status issue in Rajya Sabha
The Economic Times / Posted yesterday
issues for Monday, AICC spokesperson Kapil Sibal said: "For the first time" China has made a direct comment on India's internal matter in Kashmir and yet the PM and ministry of external affairs have failed to respond. "The Chinese foreign... Read more
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heraldscotland
From saviour to super-villain: The rise and fall of Vladimir RomanovSo how did it come to this? A young Romanov took over as the head of the famil
From saviour to super-villain: The rise and fall of Vladimir Romanov
heraldscotland / Posted 2 days ago
So how did it come to this? A young Romanov took over as the head of the family at the age of 16 after the death of his army officer father and his entrepreneurial skills blossomed quickly. As a taxi driver he sold bootleg records from the back of... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisisconflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by n
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisis
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
conflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by night and snipers lurk by day, as Ukraine's army faces off against the pro-Russian separatists. ICRC in Belobodsk, Luhansk region, Ukraine. Mike Denison, biomedical... Read more
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The Age
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisisconflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by n
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisis
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
conflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by night and snipers lurk by day, as Ukraine's army faces off against the pro-Russian separatists. ICRC in Belobodsk, Luhansk region, Ukraine. Mike Denison, biomedical... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisisconflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by n
Australian Red Cross man warns Ukraine teeters on brink of health crisis
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
conflict", a ceasefire that isn't, where mortars fly across the front line by night and snipers lurk by day, as Ukraine's army faces off against the pro-Russian separatists. ICRC in Belobodsk, Luhansk region, Ukraine. Mike Denison, biomedical... Read more
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The Economic Times
Congress to target PM Narendra Modi over silence on China's remarks on Kashmirissues for Monday, AICC spokesperson Kapil Sibal said: "For the first time" Chi
Congress to target PM Narendra Modi over silence on China's remarks on Kashmir
The Economic Times / Posted 2 days ago
issues for Monday, AICC spokesperson Kapil Sibal said: "For the first time" China has made a direct comment on India's internal matter in Kashmir and yet the PM and ministry of external affairs have failed to respond. "The Chinese foreign... Read more
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The Hill
Pentagon looking into reports airstrike killed Syrian civiliansin Iraq and Syria (ISIS). ADVERTISEMENT U.S. Central Command is looking into
Pentagon looking into reports airstrike killed Syrian civilians
The Hill / Posted 2 days ago
in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). ADVERTISEMENT U.S. Central Command is looking into whether those reports are credible, said Army Col. Chris Garver, spokesman for the U.S.-led military coalition task force fighting ISIS. "As per our procedure, we... Read more
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Aljazeera
Turkey in shake-up of security forces after failed coupTurkish authorities have announced a shake-up of the security forces a week aft
Turkey in shake-up of security forces after failed coup
Aljazeera / Posted 2 days ago
Turkish authorities have announced a shake-up of the security forces a week after a section of the army attempted to overtrhow the government in a failed coup. In the most significant institutional changes since the coup attempt, Interior Minister... Read more
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The Economic Times
Congress assails PM Narendra Modi over silence on China's remarks on Kashmiris due to the "lack of maturity" in the government's foreign policy that led to
Congress assails PM Narendra Modi over silence on China's remarks on Kashmir
The Economic Times / Posted 2 days ago
is due to the "lack of maturity" in the government's foreign policy that led to Beijing's "direct" interference in India's internal affairs. Congress spokesperson Kapil Sibal said it was expected of the Prime Minister or the External Affairs... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Turkey’s quashed coup and the regiondirector of Al-Sharq Centre for Regional and Strategic Studies in Cairo. “Of co
Turkey’s quashed coup and the region
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 2 days ago
director of Al-Sharq Centre for Regional and Strategic Studies in Cairo. “Of course, it’s still the second biggest army in NATO, but its roles in Syria and Iraq will be affected. More importantly, how does this impact the Kurdish militant... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
On the Turkish coup attemptfounded in Turkey by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk following the fall of the Ottoman ca
On the Turkish coup attempt
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 2 days ago
founded in Turkey by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk following the fall of the Ottoman caliphate in 1924 established the national army as the protector and guardian of this order and its secular values. Article 34 of the Internal Ordinance of the Turkish... Read more
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