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Daily Archives: November 30, 2017

Gulen network not seen as terrorist unless Turkey proves it: EU

The EU’s counter-terrorism chief has said that the bloc will not share Turkey’s view that the network of US-based opposition figure Fethullah Gulen is a terrorist organization unless Ankara provides concrete evidence to support its claim. In a Thursday interview with Reuters, Gilles de Kerchove pointed to Ankara’s accusations against ...

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Beijing probing officials in daycare abuse case

Chinese authorities say three education officials in the capital, Beijing, are being investigated for a “lack of supervision” at a local, private kindergarten where claims of sexual molestation and needle marks on children triggered national outrage. The municipal government announced on its official social media account late Wednesday that the three ...

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US Special Counsel going after Conway for violating law

The US Office of Special Counselor is launching an investigation into allegations that White House counselor Kellyanne Conway has violated federal law by commenting on the heated Senate race in the state of Alabama. Walter Shaub, the former director of the Office of Government Ethics, filed a complaint with the ...

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Iran urges immediate probe into US police killing of Iranian youth

Iran’s Interests Section in Washington has called for an immediate investigation into the recent suspicious killing of a young Iranian man by US police, who have failed to provide justifiable reason for the fatal shooting. The United States Park Police officers shot Iranian-American man Bijan C. Ghaisar three times in the ...

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Britain summons North Korean ambassador over missile test

The British Foreign Office said it had summoned the North Korean ambassador to condemn Wednesday’s ballistic missile test. North Korea said it had successfully tested a new intercontinental ballistic missile in a “breakthrough” that put the US mainland within range of its nuclear weapons. “I summoned the North Korean Ambassador ...

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Pyongyang’s ICBM test came after US threats: Analyst

The United States provocative actions have led to North Korea’s new missile test, an escalation of tensions and the possibility of war, says a former US Senate policy adviser and diplomat. James Jatras, who is a specialist in international relations and legislative politics in Washington, DC, made the remarks in an ...

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