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Erdogan casts vote in decisive general elections

    Erdogan casts vote in decisive general elections

Leader and founder of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) and the incumbent Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan cast his vote at a polling station in Ankara in presidential and parliamentary elections.

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Israel claims fires anti-aircraft missile at drone from Syria, forces retreat

    Israel claims fires anti-aircraft missile at drone from Syria, forces retreat

Israel claims that it has shot a patriot missile at a drone coming from Syria, saying it missed the target but forced the aircraft to retreat.

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EU complicit in creating refugee crisis: Commentator

    EU complicit in creating refugee crisis: Commentator

Malta and Italy have refused to let in a rescue ship carrying more than 300 refugees stranded in the Mediterranean Sea.

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Iraqi airstrike kills 45 Daesh terrorists in eastern Syria

    Iraqi airstrike kills 45 Daesh terrorists in eastern Syria

An Iraqi airstrike kills 45 Daesh terrorists in Syria’s eastern Dayr al-Zawr province.

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Trump has the same level of support for impeachment as Nixon had: Poll

  Trump has the same level of support for impeachment as Nixon had: Poll

Over 40 percent of Americans say Donald Trump should be impeached and removed from office, a poll shows.

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Turkey’s main opposition candidate Ince holds final rally

  Turkey’s main opposition candidate Ince holds final rally

President Erdogan’s main rival in Turkey’s Sunday polls Muharrem Ince holds a rally in Istanbul on the eve of the election.

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The US Ruined Their Countries, Now Trump Calls Them “Animals” and Sends Them Back

  The US Ruined Their Countries, Now Trump Calls Them “Animals” and Sends Them Back

TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS — Late on the evening of June 28, 2009, two days before voters were scheduled to go to the polls to vote on a referendum amending the Honduran Constitution, army officers forced President Manuel Zelaya — wearing only his pajamas and slippers — to board a military airplane for Costa Rica. Three months…

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Supreme Court Just Ruled Against Warrantless Cellphone Tracking

  Supreme Court Just Ruled Against Warrantless Cellphone Tracking

In a decision that digital rights advocates called “a groundbreaking victory for Americans’ privacy rights,” the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Friday that police generally must obtain a warrant before collecting cellphone records that can be used to track a person’s movements. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which represented the petitioner, predicted the “historic”…

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Reality Winner to Sign Plea Deal on Espionage Charge

  Reality Winner to Sign Plea Deal on Espionage Charge

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA — Reality Leigh Winner — a former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor and linguist, and the first person to be charged with violating the Espionage Act on President Donald Trump’s watch — has signed a plea agreement, according to the Courage Foundation. Her plea hearing has been scheduled for the morning of Tuesday,…

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US-Backed Forces Claim to “Liberate” Yemenis, Instead Rape Detainees

  US-Backed Forces Claim to “Liberate” Yemenis, Instead Rape Detainees

The so-called “liberators” in Yemen are sexually and physically torturing detainees at secret prisons. Survivors recall disturbing stories laden with gruesome interrogation tactics for extracting false confessions. Meanwhile, the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen attempts to portray themselves as the bearers of freedom and reason. As an ally of the United States’ “counter-terrorism” operation in Yemen,…

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Saudi Arabia and Houthis Delay Vital Aid to Yemen, Says Amnesty

  Saudi Arabia and Houthis Delay Vital Aid to Yemen, Says Amnesty

The Saudi-led coalition and the Houthi armed group in Yemen are hampering the delivery of aid to Yemen, a new briefing released by Amnesty International reveals today. Amnesty International carried out research between December 2017 and June 2018, including interviewing 12 aid workers, eight medics and five local community activists in the capital Sana’a, the strategic port…

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