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Daily Archives: September 5, 2017

Syrian army, allies break Daesh siege on Dayr al-Zawr

Syrian army forces, backed by allied fighters from popular defense groups, have reached the eastern city of Dayr al-Zawr and broken a nearly three-year siege imposed by Daesh Takfiri terrorists on pro-government areas there. Syria’s state-run television network reported that army and allied forces had advanced on the Brigade 137 base front on ...

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UK terror threat level to remain ‘severe’ for now

The terror threat level in the UK will remain “severe” over the next years, Scotland Yard’s top counter-terrorism officer has warned, admitting that the government of Prime Minister Theresa May has a lot to do to guarantee the safety of British citizens. Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said ...

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US military to upgrade outposts in Turkey

The US military is set to upgrade a number of its facilities in Turkey’s Incirlik Air Base and other discrete outposts that it uses to run operations across the region, according to the White House’s proposed 2018 budget. The US Air Force has requested about $26 million in funding to ...

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French president meets Venezuela opposition MPs

French President Emmanuel Macron has held talks with Venezuelan opposition leaders who are on a European tour aimed at exerting pressure on the embattled Caracas government. Macron received the Venezuelan opposition delegation at the Elysee presidential palace in Paris on Monday. Hours after the meeting, Macron’s office issued a statement, suggesting ...

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Iran’s Zangeneh hails convergence among oil producers

Iran’s oil minister says cooperation by non-OPEC members, especially Russia, and OPEC members’ adherence to an agreement to cut oil output is helping the market stabilize. “I see the oil market balanced. The compliance of the OPEC members is in good shape and the convergence of the members regarding the agreement ...

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