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  • Damascus wary of Turkish incursion into Syria

    Turkey was faced with disaster in Syria , where it had failed to depose President Bashar al-Assad and opened the door to a section of the PKK, at war with the Turkish state for 32 years, setting up its own well-armed state. Responding to a question about the state of emergency which was declared by Turkey following the July 15 coup attempt, Brok had defended Turkey saying: "If the German army were to have bombed the German parliament, I think we would have done the same [as Turkey] during the ...

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  • Turkey sends more tanks into Syria to bolster military offensive

    In addition, as part of operations by Turkish law enforcement officials against extremist groups, 2,433 individuals - of whom 1,030 are foreigners - were detained and 808 of the total number were arrested for having links to ISIL. The fighting indicates Turkey is entering into a new and more unsafe phase in Syria four days into operation "Euphrates Shield". "The West views the YPG as the group that is most experienced and efficient at fighting", said Demir adding that from a Western ...

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  • Dozens of civilians killed in Syria as Turkey bombs Kurds

    Turkish ambulances return from the Syrian border, in Karkamis, Turkey, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. The deployment was the latest phase in Turkey's military operation inside Syria - codenamed "Euphrates Shield" - to oust ISIS from the border region and also counter advances by a Kurdish militia opposed by Ankara.

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  • Turkey carries out air strikes in northern Syria

    Local media sources said on Sunday that several civilians were killed when Turkish tanks and fighterjets attacked the small village of Beir Kosa south of Jarablus city. The Syrian Kurds used the military effectiveness of their 50,000 fighters (these are there numbers which may be exaggerated) and the massive destructive firepower provided by the USA air force, to overrun much of north east of Syria over the last eighteen months.

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  • Turkey carries out air strikes in northern Syria

    Turkey carries out air strikes in northern Syria

    Local media sources said on Sunday that several civilians were killed when Turkish tanks and fighterjets attacked the small village of Beir Kosa south of Jarablus city. The Syrian Kurds used the military effectiveness of their 50,000 fighters (these are there numbers which may be exaggerated) and the massive destructive firepower provided by the USA air force, to overrun much of north east of Syria over the last eighteen months.

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  • Turkish-backed rebels advance amid airstrikes, killing 35

    Turkish-backed rebels advance amid airstrikes, killing 35

    Footage filmed by a Sky News cameraman in Jarablus shows Turkish-backed Syrian rebels firing on Kurdish positions, as well as Turkish tanks positioned inside Syria . Ankara is deeply suspicious of the Syrian Kurdish militia that dominates the USA -backed Syria Democratic Forces, viewing it as an extension of the Kurdish insurgency raging in southeastern Turkey.

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  • Donald Trump Courts Latinos As Hillary Clinton Links Him To Radical Fringe

    Donald Trump Courts Latinos As Hillary Clinton Links Him To Radical Fringe

    Donald Trump's campaign is planning its biggest ad buy to date, upward of $10 million on commercials airing over the next week or so. As the election nears, Greenwald said they wish the outpouring of support will translate into action to "get the word out that Trump is the pro-Israel candidate and hopefully have an impact on the election".

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  • Curfew lifted in Kashmir

    The police have detained several separatists during night raids. "But, it will remain in force in Pulwama town and in areas under the jurisdiction of Nowhatta and M.R.Gunj police stations in Srinagar ". The delegation is expected to meet a cross-section of people, individuals and organisations in its efforts to bring peace in Kashmir Valley, which has been rocked by violence following the killing of a militant leader on July 8.

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  • Cal football earns 51-31 win over Hawaii in season opener

    The high-scoring Bears beat Hawaii 51-24 on Friday night in Sydney, Australia. "They're big and strong up front, they've got a good offensive line and their running back (Saint Juste ) is a good player". That veil of mystery can be a new coach's best friend to start a new era - and it's obviously something Cal had to take into account. Steven Lakalaka added 61 yards and touchdown on 11 touches and Paul Harris rushed 7 times for 36 yards and the teams last touchdown of the game.

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  • Tropical Smoothie Cafes blamed for Hepatitis A outbreak in Virginia lawsuits

    Tropical Smoothie Cafes blamed for Hepatitis A outbreak in Virginia lawsuits

    The Department of Health released a health alert on August 19, which stated that the chain's frozen strawberries sourced from Egypt were associated with the infectious Hepatitis A liver disease. Additionally, health experts stressed customers who consumed a smoothie after the strawberries were pulled from restaurants are not be at risk. "The 40 ill residents range in age from 15-68".

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  • 1 dead, 4 hurt in highway shootout; bullet holes cover SUV

    1 dead, 4 hurt in highway shootout; bullet holes cover SUV

    Jones say it is not clear yet if he was shot in the vehicle where he was found. Police say a number of weapons have been found at another location, near the shooting scenes. Monday. So far, New Jersey State Police have not released any information about the shooter. Police and paramedics were still at the Wawa Monday afternoon around a white SUV with bullet holes in the windshield.

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  • Barack Obama triste por la muerte de Juan Gabriel

    Barack Obama triste por la muerte de Juan Gabriel

    Juan Gabriel durante un concierto en Puebla el pasado 13 de agosto de 2016. La gira estadounidense tenía programado su fin para el 4 de diciembre en San José, California. En 45 años de carrera grabó más de 30 álbumes, recibió infinidad de premios y su catálogo incluye más de 500 canciones , muchas famosas en la voz las estrellas de su época.

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  • Huma Abedin Splits With Anthony Weiner After New Sexting Revelations

    Huma Abedin Splits With Anthony Weiner After New Sexting Revelations

    Photos published by The New York Post late Sunday show the man completely and others feature Weiner's face, but the photo of the boy has been partially blurred out, and the woman's face is blurred out in her photos. The Donald said Clinton was endangering national security by apparently keeping Abedin while she was married to the ex-congressman with a penchant for sexting anonymous women.

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  • Nicolás Maduro recuerda su último encuentro con Juan Gabriel

    Nicolás Maduro recuerda su último encuentro con Juan Gabriel

    Vicente Fernández y Juan Gabriel, dos grandes de la música mexicana. Con su música y talento, fue embajador de México en el mundo. "Noa, Noa" Cuando fue a buscar fortuna a la capital mexicana escribió esta canción como tributo al primer escenario donde cantó de manera profesional por primera vez, el bar Noa Noa de Ciudad Juárez .

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  • Ann Coulter Criticizes Trump's Immigration Plan, Blames Roger Ailes

    Ann Coulter Criticizes Trump's Immigration Plan, Blames Roger Ailes

    On Thursday, Giuliani said he suspected Trump would embrace a guest worker program for those immigrants who entered the country illegally as migrant farm or livestock workers, but only after securing the border. Like many people Trump has done business with, Coulter has learned that trusting Trump is not the wisest of investments. At the top of her agenda is defending the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents-known as DAPA-which expands on the pre-existing ...

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  • ISIS Killed 45 People in Yemen

    The fighting has allowed al-Qaida and an Islamic State affiliate to expand their reach, particularly in the south. A spokesperson for the group said at least 60 other wounded people had been brought into a hospital run by the charity in Aden .

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  • Vols Head Into Final Prep Work For Talented Appy State

    Vols Head Into Final Prep Work For Talented Appy State

    We have a lot of weapons out there and now people won't be out there playing too many snaps or more than they need to. "They're not going to overlook us at all". While it is hard to be critical of a coach who has done so much good for the program and put Tennessee in a position to win big again, I still feel there are two areas where Jones can improve.

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  • Banana-throwing AFL fan may avoid lifetime ban

    Banana-throwing AFL fan may avoid lifetime ban

    Following the investigation on Sunday, Port took a strong stand against the supporter by banning her indefinitely from their games. Their rivals, Port Adelaide Football Club (the Power), who the woman was supporting, have also issued a statement announcing they would investigate the incident.

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  • Former Kansas State, McNeese QB arrested in home invasion

    Former Kansas State, McNeese QB arrested in home invasion

    Two other suspects - Jacolby Cunigan, 23, and Brannon Davis, 26, both from Lake Charles - were arrested August 20, The American Press reported. His bond was set at $200,000. He threw for 507 yards and four touchdowns and added 1,042 yards and 14 touchdowns during his career. He led the team in rushing, with 11 touchdowns and almost 85 yards per game.

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  • Delhi govt issues draft notification to ban Chinese manjha

    Delhi govt issues draft notification to ban Chinese manjha

    A police officer riding a motorbike and a five-year-old boy were also injured in separate incidents. All three were killed by Manja , a type of kite string made with glass. Accidents involving kite string have been on the rise in recent years. Flying kites is popular in India, especially during festivals and celebrations.

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  • Destituyen a Enrique Galindo de Policía Federal

    Dicho hecho ocurrió durante el operativo para detener a supuestos miembros del Cártel Jalisco Nueva Generación en el rancho Del Sol , en Tanhuato , Michoacán. El nuevo comisionado deberá seguir adelante con los esfuerzos que estos años hemos llevado a cabo para consolidar a la PF como una institución de excelencia, sólida y confiable en favor de las y los mexicanos.

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  • Turkish push complicates front against Islamic State: White House

    Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, spoke to his Turkish counterpart Sunday. They were Turkey's first casualties since dispatching tanks and special forces units, backed by USA and Turkish fighter jets, into Syria on Wednesday to oust Isis (Islamic State) from the border town of Jarabulus.

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  • Rooney back as forward for England after midfield experiment

    Marcus Rashford slotted in a victor in stoppage time against Hull City last weekend to ensure that Jose Mourinho's side were tied at the top of the Premier League on nine points after three league games. Shearer explained his decision to retire from England duty at 29 after Euro 2000 allowed him to continue playing for Newcastle United until he was 35.

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  • German Official Says U.S.-Europe Trade Talks Have Collapsed, Blames Washington

    German Official Says U.S.-Europe Trade Talks Have Collapsed, Blames Washington

    The EU and USA began work on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) in 2013, aiming to create the world's largest free trade area by the time President Barack Obama leaves office in January next year. In Washington, Matt McAlvanah, Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for Public Affairs, insisted that "negotiations are in fact making steady progress ".

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  • Attorney objects to closed hearing in church shooting case

    Attorney objects to closed hearing in church shooting case

    The 22-year-old Roof is charged in the deaths of nine black parishioners at Emanuel AME Church in June 2015. Rather than adopting such convictions "through his personal associations or experiences with white supremacist groups or individuals or others", prosecutors said these viewpoints were self-taught from material found online and elsewhere.

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  • Gulf weather nears tropical storm strength

    According to AccuWeather, residents of northeastern Gulf Coast between Alabama and the northwestern Florida peninsula can expect flooding and strong winds if the storm escalates. As with any tropical system, we will continue to keep updating you on the very latest so you and your family can plan accordingly - stay up to date with your First Alert Weather Team, on-air, online and on social media.

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