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Tem 2019
Brexit: Johnson warned of civil unrest over no-deal

British prime minister Boris Johnson has been warned of civil unrest in Wales if he were to take the U.K. out of the EU without an agreement. Making his first official visit as prime minister to Wales, Johnson met on Tuesday with first minister Mark Drakeford...

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31
Tem 2019
Afghanistan: Roadside IED blast kills 34 bus passengers

A major roadside landmine blast in Farah, western Afghanistan, bordering Iran, killed at least 34 people on Wednesday morning, an official confirmed. A passenger bus coming from the neighboring Herat province hit a roadside improvised explosive device around...

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22
Tem 2019
Syria: Russian airstrike on Idlib market kills 17

At least 17 civilians were killed in a Russian airstrike Monday on a marketplace in de-escalation zone in northwestern Syria, according to the White Helmets civil defense agency.  Russian jets struck the marketplace in Idlib province's Maarat Al-Numan...

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22
Tem 2019
Turkey: Police seize 1 ton of marijuana

Turkish security forces confiscated one ton of marijuana in the southeastern province of Batman on Monday. Anti-narcotic police teams conducted an operation against the financial support of the terrorist PKK organization, detaining one suspect, said the source...

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12
Tem 2019
Turkey: Russian S-400 hardware deployment starts

First shipment of Russian S-400 missile defense system hardware to Ankara started on Friday, Turkey's National Defense Ministry said. "First batch of equipment of S-400 missile defense system, which is procured to meet Turkey's air and missile defense...

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03
Tem 2019
Turkey: Uighur intangible cultural heritage event hosted

A program to promote Intangible Cultural Heritage of Uighurs in Kazakhstan was held in Turkish capital Ankara on Tuesday. The event on the project of intangible cultural heritage was held by Turkey's Presidency for Turks Abroad and Related Communities...

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28
Haz 2019
Canadian lobbying firm hired for US$6-million to polish image of Sudan’s military regime

A Canadian lobbying firm has signed a US$6-million deal to seek government funds and diplomatic recognition for a notorious Sudanese military leader whose forces have been accused of massacring protesters in Khartoum, U.S. documents show. Dickens ; Madson...

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25
Haz 2019
'Trump's immoral peace plan could blow up Middle East'

It is immoral, impractical and could blow up the Middle East, Israeli security experts said Monday on U.S. President Donald Trump's proposed peace plan between Israel and Palestine.  The "deal of the century" has yet to be revealed in full. However,...

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14
Haz 2019
India stops Sikh pilgrims from visiting Pakistan

Pakistan on Friday claimed that India prevented some 150 Sikh pilgrims from attending a religious festival in Pakistan. New Delhi refused to allow 'at the last moment” a special train to enter Indian territory to pick 146 pilgrims who arrived at the...

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09
Haz 2019
Hundreds of settlers storm Jerusalem's Aqsa complex

Hundreds of Jewish settlers on Sunday forced their way into East Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa Mosque complex, according to Jerusalem's Religious Endowments Authority.  "Israeli police shut the compound's Al-Mugharbah Gate after allowing...

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09
Haz 2019
Yemen rebels claim attack on Saudi airport

Yemen's Houthi rebels said on Sunday they carried out drone attacks on a military airport in Saudi Arabia.  The attacks targeted bunkers housing Saudi drones in the Jizan airport in southern Saudi Arabia, the pro-Houthi Al-Masirah television said. ...

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09
Haz 2019
Sudan protesters start general strike after crackdown

Sudanese protesters began a nationwide civil disobedience campaign on Sunday as part of pressures on the ruling military council to hand over power to a civilian government.  Shops are closed and streets are empty across the capital Khartoum, according...

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27
Mayıs 2019
Palestine welcomes Czech move on Jerusalem

The Palestinian Foreign Ministry on Monday welcomed the Czech Republic's rejection to relocate its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.  In a statement, the ministry lauded the Czech "commitment to international resolutions and international law". ...

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22
Mayıs 2019
Turkish military staff in Russia for S-400 training

Turkish military personnel are currently receiving training in Russia for the use of the S-400 air defense system, Turkey's defense minister told reporters in Ankara. "We've sent personnel to Russia for S-400 training that will begin in the coming...

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21
Mayıs 2019
N.Zealand massacre suspect charged with terror offense

New Zealand prosecutors pressed a terrorism charge against the gunman accused of killing dozens of Muslim worshippers in March in Christchurch, a police chief said Tuesday.  New Zealand Commissioner of Police Mike Bush told reporters Brenton Tarrant...

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13
Mayıs 2019
Iran urges probe into ship attacks near UAE waters

 Iran's Foreign Ministry on Monday called for launching an investigation into alleged 'sabotage attacks” on four ships off the coast of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). On Sunday, the UAE said four commercial ships were hit by a sabotage attack...

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11
Mayıs 2019
Who is disturbed by Turkey's presence on Sudan's Suakin island?

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir was forced from power last month in a military coup after three decades as the country's leader. Dozens of government officials including the prime minister and the head of the ruling National Congress Party, were also...

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08
Mayıs 2019
Nuclear deal: Iran vows uranium enrichment

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani on Wednesday threatened to resume high level enrichment of uranium if his country's interests in the nuclear deal with world powers are not protected within 60 days. Rouhani's remarks came at a speech broadcast...

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30
Nis 2019
Iranian oil dilemma for Turkey and India

The recent U.S. decision to end sanctions waivers that enabled several major economies to continue buying crude oil from Iran has put Turkey and India on the horns of a dilemma. Both countries have significant energy dependence on Tehran. For India, the decision...

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26
Nis 2019
Ukraine’s Zelensky to travel to Turkey for holiday

Ukraine's Vladimir Zelensky, who gained an apparent win in Sunday's presidential polls, will travel to Turkey for a two-day weekend holiday with his family. 'We are flying to Turkey. I will take my children to an entertainment festival,”...

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24
Nis 2019
France not concerned with truth of 1915 events: Turkey

Those who stir trouble with the so-called Armenian genocide allegations, particularly France, have "no concern about the truth," Turkey's president said Wednesday. "When we dig deeper into genocides, massacres, and human rights violations, we see the...

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23
Nis 2019
Saudi Arabia and UAE provide $3 billion to Sudan

Demonstrators have denounced Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) move to provide three billion Dollars to strengthen the financial position of Sudan. The two countries will provide a joint package of assistance to Sudan amounting to three billion...

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20
Nis 2019
Sudan hails Turkey’s support for peaceful transition

Turkey has always supported the Sudanese people's ambition of transitioning to civilian rule, Sudan's ambassador to Turkey said late Thursday. "We thank Turkey for its support. Turkey has made statements respecting the choice of the Sudanese people...

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17
Nis 2019
Al-Bashir reportedly moved to prison in Khartoum

Ousted Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has been moved from house arrest to prison, according to media reports on Wednesday.  Al-Bashir was moved to the maximum security Kober prison in Bahri in the capital Khartoum, where other officials from the former...

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