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Dozens of US troops arrive in Syria to help Kurds: Report

The United States has reportedly dispatched dozens of ground troops to Syria in a bid to shore up its ostensibly ineffective airstrikes against the Takfiri Daesh terrorists and assist Kurdish militants operating in Turkish-Syrian border regions. A Thursday report by the Lebanese TV al-Mayadeen said the US servicemen entered Syria from Turkey ...

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Iran sees bumper harvest, no wheat imports next year

Iran’s agriculture officials foresee no major wheat imports in the coming year because better rainfall so far this year is expected to boost domestic harvest.   Head of the Government Trading Company (GTC) Ali Qanbari predicts guaranteed purchase of wheat from Iranian farmers to hit 10 million metric tons in the Persian year ...

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Israel was prime force behind 9/11 attacks: American scholar

An American scholar and journalist in Wisconsin says not only was the Zionist regime the primary force behind the 9/11 attacks, it was Israeli spies working for Mossad – not Arab Muslims – who celebrated the burning Twin Towers on September 11, 2001. Dr. Kevin Barrett, a founding member of ...

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Israeli regime to build five towns on Palestinian lands

The Israeli regime has approved a plan to establish five towns in an area populated by Palestinian Bedouins in the Negev Desert. The regime’s Housing Minister Yoav Galant on Sunday praised the Israeli cabinet’s approval of his plan to establish the towns in the southern Negev desert. The Israeli regime has escalated demolishing ...

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More than 500,000 Americans homeless: US government report

Over 500,000 people, including more than 140,000 children, were homeless in the United States in 2015 due to few affordable housing and a sluggish economic recovery across much of the country, according to a government new study. The study released on Thursday by the US Department of Housing and Urban ...

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500,000 children in Yemen facing malnutrition: UNICEF

The United Nations children’s agency, UNICEF, warns that over 500,000 children in Yemen are facing severe life-threatening malnutrition. “The stunting rates in Yemen are likely to go up. It means children do not reach their full height, but also that their cognitive capacities are affected, which becomes a permanent burden ...

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