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Turkish soldiers killed in confrontation with Kurds

Two Turkish soldiers were killed and two were wounded in an attack on their armoured vehicle in northern Syria, and Turkish forces immediately launched retaliatory fire, Turkey’s defence ministry said on Saturday. “Our punitive fire against terrorist positions is continuing,” the statement on Twitter on said. It said the attack …

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Iraqis capture Sadr City’s Eid terrorists

An entire network that planned and executed a suicide bombing in Sadr City which killed dozens of people on Monday has been arrested, Iraq’s prime minister said on Saturday. A suicide bomber targeted shoppers in a crowded market in the Sadr City neighborhood of Baghdad on the eve of Eid …

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Central Asian leaders meet in Turkmenistan

On 6 August, 6 major international events of the Central Asian format will be held in Avaza National Tourist Zone of Turkmenistan. Six major international events of the Central Asian format will take place on August 6 this year in Avaza National Tourist Zone. Among them is the Consultative Meeting …

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Not Long Before President Moise of Haiti was Assassinated

The News Story aboutUnhoardable Money with demurrageand declaring  demurrage on The US dollar continues… Baron Samedi:Angel my little friend,“I have delivered your Message.And I have one here,from someone very important,who asked mevery politelyto please deliver it to you.”He is seated a very old table,along with …Angel NicGillicuddy:“Let me guess …On …

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Israeli tech firms implicated in cellphone hacking of journalists, humans rights activists

An Israeli company’s spyware was used in attempted and successful hacks of 37 smartphones belonging to journalists, government officials and human rights activists around the world, according to an investigation by 17 media organizations published on Sunday. One of the organizations, The Washington Post https://www.washingtonpost.com/investigations/interactive/2021/nso-spyware-pegasus-cellphones/?itid=lk_inline_manual_14, said the Pegasus spyware licensed …

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Demonstrator killed in Iran over water shortages

 A demonstrator was shot dead during protests against water shortages in drought-hit southwestern Iran, state media reported Saturday, with officials blaming the death on “opportunists and rioters”. The demonstrator was killed in the Khuzestan province town of Shadegan, the official IRNA news agency said.“Last night (Friday), a number of Shadegan’s …

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Iran saves nuclear facility from sabotage

Iranian state media said on Wednesday a sabotage attempt against a building of the Iranian Atomic Energy Organization had been foiled, adding that it caused no “loss of life or property damage”. There was no confirmation of the report from the Iranian authorities. “Investigations are ongoing to identify the perpetrators …

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Israel building anti-drone laser weapons

Israel’s Defence Ministry and defence contractor Elbit Systems Ltd ESLT.TA are developing an airborne laser weapon to shoot down drones and other flying targets, officials said on Monday, predicting a prototype would be ready by 2025. They said the as-yet unnamed laser weapon could be incorporated in Israel’s multi-tier air defences, which …

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Turkish court approves banning of Kurdish TV channel

Turkey’s Constitutional Court accepted an indictment on Monday seeking a ban on the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) for alleged ties to militants, CNN Turk said, opening the way for a case to close parliament’s third-largest party. The case is the culmination of a years-long crackdown on the HDP, in which thousands of …

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Afghanistan rocked by troops surrenders to Taliban

Dozens of tribal chiefs have been arrested across Afghanistan on charges of encouraging government soldiers to surrender to the Taliban, officials and lawmakers said on Friday, as the insurgents have stepped up attacks against Kabul forces. Fighting in Afghanistan has intensified in the past weeks as the US is set …

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US may have been hoodwinked by 4000 Iraqi refugees

U.S. authorities pursuing a sweeping fraud investigation suspect some 4,000 Iraqis of filing fraudulent applications for resettlement in the United States as refugees, and they are re-examining cases involving more than 104,000 others, according to State Department reports reviewed by Reuters.   More than 500 Iraqis already admitted as refugees …

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Lebanese army desperate for cash

Lebanese army commander Gen. Joseph Aoun on Thursday expressed confidence that the military will overcome what he described as a “crucial and delicate period” facing Lebanon. The military chief warned of an increasingly untenable situation, but said that the institution remains strong. “We believe that we will overcome this crucial …

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