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Syrians hope Manbij, northern Syria is rid of YPG/PKK terrorism for their safe return

Once a trader living in Manbij in Aleppo, Syria, Hussein Alkoud was forced to abandon his hometown after it was occupied by the terror groups Daesh/ISIS and the YPG/PKK. About eight years ago, after YPG/PKK terrorists killed three of Alkoud's relatives...

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UN envoy urges Libyan rivals to end differences ‘in a week’

UN Special Adviser on Libya Stephanie Williams on Sunday urged the country's rivals to establish a constitutional framework within one week for holding elections in the conflict-ridden nation. "This final round comes at a critical juncture for your country....

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Italians vote in key round of local elections, referendum on laws

Italians are voting in an important round of local elections on Sunday, along with a referendum on reforms to five existing laws. Polling started at 7 a.m. local time (0500GMT) and will continue until 11 p.m. (2100GMT). Around 8.8 million people are eligible...

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Pro-Ukraine protest held in Serbian capital Belgrade

A pro-Ukraine demonstration was held in Serbia's capital Belgrade on Sunday. It was organized near the famous Hotel Moskva in one of Belgrade's main squares by a group called Russians, Ukrainians, Belarusians, and Serbians Against the War. Serbia,...

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Yemen eyes donor conference to rebuild war-torn nation

The head of Yemen's Presidential Leadership Council, Rashad Al-Alimi, on Sunday called for holding a donor conference to rebuild the war-torn country. "We seek to arrange an Arab and international meeting to rebuild Yemen in coordination with the Saudi-Emirati-led...

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NATO Baltic Sea military exercise concludes

Touted as the largest-ever military drill in the Baltic Sea, NATO's Baltops 22 exercise wrapped up Sunday on the Swedish Island of Gotland with the participation of member and partner nations. Among the nations taking part were Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark,...

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France, Australia call settlement of scuttled submarine deal 'fair and equitable'

France on Saturday called the Australian government's settlement of last year's abrupt termination of their submarine contract 'fair and equitable," saying it would help establish a new working relationship between Paris and Canberra. In separate...

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ILO warns of rising tide of child labor across globe

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, the globe has seen a rise in the use of child workers, the International Labor Organization (ILO) warned on the eve of Sunday, June 12, World Day Against Child Labor. ILO figures from numerous countries indicate a rising trend...

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Terror organization PKK supporters assault Azerbaijani man during London march

A group of supporters of the PKK terror group attacked a member of the public during a demonstration in London on Saturday. The attack targeted an Azerbaijani man who was walking down the street near the tourist hub Picadilly Circus. The assailants, a group...

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German chancellor urges EU to open accession talks with N.Macedonia

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on Saturday urged the European Union to open accession talks with North Macedonia. "The accession negotiations that were firmly promised two years ago must begin now. I will push for this," Scholz said after meeting in Skopje...

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French midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni moves to Real Madrid on 6-year deal

Real Madrid have inked a contract with Aurelien Tchouameni from Monaco on a six-year deal. "Real Madrid C. F. and AS Monaco have reached an agreement over the transfer of Aurélien Tchouaméni, who joins the club on a six-year deal," the Spanish giants said...

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Türkiye presses French authorities to explain death of Turkish man in police custody

After the emergence of new video footage contradicting police accounts, Türkiye is pressing France to explain the death in police custody of a Turkish man last year. Merter Keskin, 35, died sometime between Jan. 12-13 in the eastern town of Selestat, with...

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Terror group YPG/PKK supporters hold demonstrations in Finland, Sweden

Even as Finland and Sweden's continued support for the terrorist group YPG/PKK has held up their NATO membership bids, supporters of the terror group took to the streets of the countries' capitals and openly held protests Saturday. YPG/PKK sympathizers...

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UN experts alarmed at Myanmar junta’s decision to enforce death sentences

The decision of the Myanmar junta to enforce death sentences against four individuals, including two prominent activists, marks the start of what could be a spate of death pronouncements, two UN experts warned on Friday. Thomas Andrews and Morris Tidball-Binz,...

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Over 400,000 South Sudanese have benefited from Turkish Red Crescent's support

Hundreds of thousands of people in South Sudan have benefited from Turkish Red Crescent's support since the aid group began operating in the country. The Turkish Red Crescent South Sudan Delegation Office, which has been operating out of the capital...

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Japan opens borders to international tourists for first time in 2 years

Japan on Friday reopened its international borders for tourists after a two-year closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic, local media said. The government resumed issuing tourist visas for 98 countries and regions, including the US, Britain, China, South Korea,...

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Türkiye’s concerns over Finnish, Swedish NATO bids legitimate: Alliance chief

Türkiye's security concerns about the NATO membership bids of Sweden and Finland are legitimate, the alliance's chief reiterated on Sunday. "These are legitimate concerns. This is about terrorism, it's about weapons exports," Secretary General...

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Iran, Venezuela ink 20-year pact in defiance of US sanctions

Iran and Venezuela on Saturday signed a 20-year cooperation agreement during President Nicholas Maduro's visit to Tehran. The comprehensive pact envisages cooperation between the two sanctions-battered countries in the areas of oil, petrochemicals, science...

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France heads to polls in legislative elections

French voters will cast ballots Sunday to elect its legislature. Emmanuel Macron won the presidency in April -- the first head of state to win reelection in two decades. The first round of elections for the government's lower house, the National Assembly,...

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US to 'stand by our friends' as China 'adopts 'coercive' approach to territorial claims: Defense chief

The US will stand by its friends as China adopts a more "coercive and aggressive approach to its territorial claims," the country's defense chief said on Saturday. Addressing the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore, Lloyd Austin said China's expanding...

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New footage sheds more light on Turkish man's death in French police custody

New footage obtained by Anadolu Agency sheds more light on the last moments of a Turkish man who died at a police station in France last year after being violently manhandled by officers. Merter Keskin, 35, died sometime between Jan. 12-13 while in custody...

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US seeking 'reset' of Saudi ties after Biden said Kingdom would be 'pariah'

The Biden administration is seeking to fully revamp its relations with Saudi Arabia, according to a report published on Friday.  The decision to "reset" ties would effectively move the US past the Kingdom's grisly killing of Washington Post columnist...

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Tunisia's dismissals of judges 'blow to judicial independence': NGOs

Ten international human rights groups criticized the dismissal of more than 55 judges on June 1 by Tunisian President Kais Saied, describing the move a "deep blow to judicial independence." "The president's moves are an assault on the rule of law. He...

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France ready to participate in operation to release food grains from Odesa port: Report

France is ready to participate in an operation to lift the blockade of the port of Odesa in southern Ukraine in order to export Ukrainian cereals to countries in need, local media reporting, citing a presidential adviser. 'We are at the disposal of the...

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