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Turkey, US accuse each other of terror sponsorship in Syria

Turkey and the United States have been accusing each other of supporting various terrorist groups in Syria. Brett H. McGurk, the US special envoy to the international coalition against the Daesh terrorist group, has suggested that Turkey facilitates al-Qaeda terrorists in Syria’s Idlib Province. He said in a speech delivered at ...

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Household debt grows amid signs of Brexit downturn

Rising levels of household debt could leave Britain’s lower-income families dangerously exposed amid signs of an economic downturn linked to Brexit, a credit rating agency has warned. “Household debt is high and still growing, leaving consumers vulnerable to an economic downturn, while higher inflation, weaker wage growth and levels of ...

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Tennis: Thiem says catching Big Four still ‘long ways’ off

WASHINGTON  – Dominic Thiem, the highest-ranked men s tennis player without a Grand Slam title, begins his push to the US Open this week knowing the gap to the game s big four remains large. The 23-year-old Austrian, ranked a career-high seventh, and 20-year-old German Alexander Zverev, who reached a career-best eighth ...

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Russian president Putin kicks out 755 US diplomats

Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that over 755 US diplomats must leave the country as a result of Washington’s own policies. “The American side has made a move which, it is important to note, hasn’t been provoked by anything, to worsen Russian-US relations. [It includes] unlawful restrictions, attempts to ...

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UK stripped 150 criminals, terrorists of citizenship: Report

The UK has stripped more than 150 criminals and suspected terrorists of their citizenship, out of fear that they would return to Britain after the fall of the Daesh (ISIL) terror group in Iraq and Syria, according to a new report. British ministers have increased “deprivation orders,” reported the Sunday Times, noting ...

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